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Tax time is probably not your favorite time of year, especially if you have to pay the government your hard-earned dollars. Here are five tips on how we can make it just a bit less painful. Have patience. Practicing patience … Continue reading
It’s always a huge relief to many people who get their taxes done early. That gray cloud of stress that nags at you to get it over with can be gone in a matter of weeks instead of months. April … Continue reading
As the year-end approaches, are you looking to make a year-end donation to an Arizona charity that also qualifies as an Arizona Tax Credit? Here is a list of six of the credits available. Please note that these are Nonrefundable Individual … Continue reading
What Is Real-Time Accounting (and Why Should You Care)? Real-time accounting is when your books are caught up to the present and you know exactly where you stand with your account balances, revenue, and profit. It’s truly doing your accounting … Continue reading
Will You Pay an Extra Tax This Year for Not Having Health Insurance? New for Tax Year 2014 is “The Individual Mandate” (aka Individual Shared Responsibility), which is part of the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare or Health Care Law). … Continue reading
Navigating Nanny Taxes and Household Payroll Compliance Time is precious for most of us these days, and often, we need help at home so we can have more time to run our businesses or careers. That may mean hiring help … Continue reading
Running a business usually means putting in over 40 hours a week. In fact, if you’re the typical entrepreneur, you have more ideas you want to implement than you have time for! That’s when proactive, strategically executed prioritization can make … Continue reading
All Social Security recipients should receive a Form SSA-1099 from the Social Security Administration which shows the total amount of their benefits. But many people may not realize the Social Security benefits they received in 2012 may be taxable. The … Continue reading
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, the Internal Revenue Service has announced several types of relief aimed at helping affected individuals and businesses. Here are two of them. QUALIFIED DISASTER TREATMENT OF PAYMENTS TO VICTIMS OF HURRICANE SANDY In light … Continue reading
While in the mode of holiday shopping, consider these 3 tax-smart purchases. Make Charitable Contributions Consider making charitable contributions before year-end both to obtain the maximum tax deduction and to fulfill any charitable programs or commitments you may have established … Continue reading