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  • In 2010, the President signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) into law. Upheld by the United States Supreme Court in 2012, the Act comprises the most sweeping changes on the Ame...

  • Whether you believe the current level of taxation on U.S. citizens is the right amount or not, it’s important to understand how the upcoming year’s tax brackets and deduction calculations ...

  • As a business owner, you are likely always trying to do all that you can to reduce your tax liability, while still following every letter of the law. Unfortunately, this can be difficult without prope...

  • Many people suffer from serious anxiety around tax time. As an individual or small business owner, it can be difficult to understand the thousands of tax laws and if you are not careful, you can end u...

  • 2014 is finally here and that means a number of things. First off, you likely have a number of resolutions that you hope to follow through with, and one of those may be to get a jump start on your tax...

  • If you are looking for a way to sock some additional money away for retirement, a Roth IRA may be a perfect option for you. If you are new to the world of retirement planning, you may have no idea wha...

  • Tax fraud is a serious offense that can completely wreck your life. The IRS analyzes returns each year to look for signs of tax fraud that immediately set off red flags. These red flags are investigat...

  • Many people assume that because nonprofit organizations are not in business to make money that they do not have to pay taxes. While this is sometimes true, it is not always the case. Depending on how ...

  • 2014 is here and for individuals and business owners around the area, it means that it is time to begin end of year tax preparation. Thankfully, with the benefits of technology, this process does not ...

  • Hiring a tax firm to handle your financial affairs can seem difficult, but in reality this is not the case. Hiring a CPA firm should actually take the stress off of you and allow you to focus on other...

  • Although April 15th is the deadline for filing taxes, there are some things you can and should do by December 31st in order to minimize the bite that Uncle Sam takes from your income. Here are five id...

  • In 2010 Congress passed the Affordable Care Act, called Obamacare by some, which is just now having major impact on individual Americans. There are four major changes that started in 2013 with several...

  • When preparing your tax return, you are often pressed for time which means that you may make a few mistakes. The IRS is always on the lookout for these mistakes which can cost you dearly. These errors...

  • Filing your taxes each year is a requirement and if it has been several years since you have filed taxes, you may be worried that the IRS will come after you. If the IRS has not already sent you a let...

  • Many people can simply not wait to get their hands on their tax refund each year. While receiving a big check at any time is not necessarily bad They beam with excitement as they complete their taxes ...

  • Even though it is now April, it is still not too late to file your taxes. You have until Midnight on April 15 to file your taxes. If you have not yet filed, it is important to gather all of your impor...

  • Thankfully, filing your taxes has become easier with the advances in technology and the internet. In the past, taxpayers would have to fill out complicated paperwork and often were left wondering if t...

  • Tax Deductions for Self-Employed People One of the advantages of having your own small business, whether it employs other people or just yourself, is the abundance of purchases that you can write off ...

  • As people begin to prepare to file their taxes this year, one of the questions that is often asked by individuals and business owners is whether or not to hire a CPA this year. There are a variety of ...

  • Many businesses are required to pay quarterly taxes, and not paying them can result in penalties and interest on owed taxes. Which businesses would the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) require to make q...

  • While there are huge advantages to owning your own business in terms of the flexibility and income potential, there are also a significant amount of both state and federal taxes that must be paid by a...

  • The Internal Revenue Service today warned consumers about a sophisticated phone scam targeting taxpayers, including recent immigrants, throughout the country....

  • In addition to all of the other tasks which overwhelm your plate this time of year, taxes are something that is often put off until the late spring when the April 15th deadline is looming close. If do...

  • Complying with ever-changing tax regulations makes many nonprofit leaders long for some simplicity. Nonprofit leaders need not long for simplicity any longer. According to Janis Ratica and Lynn Moneyr...

  • The entire social security system is frustrating and confusing for many around the country. A study from Financial Engines showed that only 24% of those over 55 felt “very confident” as to when they s...

  • As the end of the year approaches, individuals and small businesses around the country are beginning to think about preparing to file taxes for 2013. While this process can be intimidating, it does no...

  • If the IRS has recently contacted you about missing information on your return or any other tax issues, you may want to simply ignore the request and hope that it goes away. Unfortunately, this is lik...

  • As individuals begin to receive their W2 or 1099’s from companies, many begin to get depressed about just how much taxes they have paid throughout the year. While it is true that as Americans, w...

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