Archive | March, 2012

Does Alternative Minimum Tax Apply to Everyone?

When it comes to tax laws, it is very important that you remain up to date on all changes and modifications. If left unchecked, you could end up owing the Internal Revenue Service more than you thought by simply overlooking a recent update. In 2011, the IRS reworked what is known as the Alternative Minimum […]

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Is Obama’s Tax Proposal Good for Small Businesses?

A few weeks ago, President Obama released a proposal to lower the corporate tax rate, but we noticed it wasn’t getting rave reviews from either the left or the right. At first, many people thought that this proposal would be good news for small businesses, yet small-business advocates say that Obama’s plan will benefit only […]

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Are You Confused By Vehicle Tax Deductions?

Many business owners are stumped by the question of how and when to deduct vehicle use from their yearly income, and we know this because it’s one of the questions we hear most. The answer can be quite convoluted and vague when trying to research a solution from the IRS website and forums. The truth […]

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Tax Scam Warning from the IRS Newswire!

Tax Scam Warning: Beware of Phony Refund Scheme Abusing Popular College Tax Credit; Senior Citizens, Working Families and Church Members Are Targets **We have copied and pasted this directly from the email from the Internal Revenue Service. WASHINGTON – The Internal Revenue Service today warned senior citizens and other taxpayers to beware of an emerging […]

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Should I Use a Certified Public Accountant or a Tax Preparation Firm?

We’ve already talked about how using tax preparation software can lead to all sorts of problems on your tax return, including a potential audit. Even though the software might be helping you along, it does not have an actual brain to advise you on deductions or expenses. In which case you may be thinking—“You’re right! […]

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