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Infographic: 10 Steps to Tax Preparation

By on March 11, 2014 in Tax with 0 Comments
Infographic: 10 Steps to Tax Preparation

When you are in the process of filing your tax returns, it is important to have all of your paperwork together for easy access. By having your forms in one place ahead of time you will not have to scramble when the April deadline comes around. This also makes it easier for you when going […]

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What are Estimated Quarterly Tax Payments and When are They Due?

By on August 12, 2012 in Tax with 0 Comments
What are Estimated Quarterly Tax Payments and When are They Due?

Are you running your own business, working as a 1099 contractor, or earning some extra income on the side? If so you need to be aware of the requirement to regularly make estimated tax payments to the Internal Revenue Service throughout the year. These required tax payments help you keep current with the IRS and […]

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What To Do If Your Employer Misreports Your Income to the IRS

By on April 24, 2012 in Tax with 0 Comments
What To Do If Your Employer Misreports Your Income to the IRS

The income that your employer reports to the Internal Revenue Service is a very serious matter. Unfortunately, sometimes that reported income number is grossly inaccurate. This inaccuracy can result in you paying too much income tax to the government or, even worse, paying too little and being fined for underpayment by the IRS. If your […]

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What To Do If You Can’t Pay Your Taxes

By on April 23, 2012 in Tax with 0 Comments
What To Do If You Can’t Pay Your Taxes

Tax day is an unpleasant experience for many individual and business taxpayers that can’t afford to pay the taxes they owe the Internal Revenue Service. Other than ignoring the problem, what should you do? Don’t Wait to File Your Taxes The first critical thing to know if you can’t pay your taxes is you cannot […]

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Should You Delay Filing Your Taxes If You Owe?

By on January 17, 2012 in Tax with 0 Comments
Should You Delay Filing Your Taxes If You Owe?

Filing a tax return is a happy and sometimes desperate occurrence for many American taxpayers that are reliant upon a massive tax return to pay off debt, rebuild their savings, or to fund their lifestyle. They gather their tax documents quickly and rush out to get the tax return submitted as fast as possible so […]

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Why the Payroll Tax Extension is Useless

By on January 2, 2012 in Tax with 0 Comments
Why the Payroll Tax Extension is Useless

Right before Christmas Congress put on their smiling faces to deliver a gift to the American people: a two month extension of the payroll tax cut. There was a long, hard fought, and public battle in the media by both sides of the aisle to extend or to kill the tax cut. While many celebrated […]

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Pros and Cons of a National Sales Tax

By on November 24, 2011 in Tax with 0 Comments
Pros and Cons of a National Sales Tax

The discussion of taxes can make most Americans confused and frustrated. It’s a complicated system that has been developed over the past 200 years. What began as a means to fund a war turned into the way to run the largest nation in the world. Whether you are Republican or Democrat, rich or poor, you […]

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Removing An IRS Federal Tax Lien

By on December 24, 2010 in Tax with 0 Comments

The Internal Revenue Service is exceptionally efficient at collecting overdue taxes. In addition to garnishing your wages, withholding your annual tax refunds and levying your bank accounts, the IRS also reserves the right to file a tax lien against you. Unlike many varieties of lien, a federal tax lien isn’t property specific. Thus, once the […]

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