Wednesday, den 17. October 2012

Depreciation and Changes in Use of Real Property   Depreciation For income tax purposes, taxpayers that own rental property with gross receipts from residential or nonresidential uses should heed the rules on accounting for depreciation. This item discusses the distinction between residential and nonresidential property, depreciation, and the application of the change-in-use regulations if a […]

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Category: Tax Code Changes | 3 Comments »
Wednesday, den 3. October 2012

1. The 2013 Tax Season Is Closer than You Think   Industry experts generally agree that proper tax planning takes an average of six months – the time it often takes experts to educate themselves on all available opportunities, determine the best approach, and implement the plan. When you consider that six months from today […]

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Category: Tax Code Changes, Tax Cuts, Tax Deducations, Tax Planning | 1 Comment »
Friday, den 14. September 2012

For all the freelancers, small business owners and self-employed individuals out there, staying on top of when the estimated tax payments are due is important to help you stay within the IRS tax payment guideline and avoid penalty. Making estimated tax payments also helps you avoid financial shortfall when you file your tax returns. Here’s […]

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Category: Small Business, Tax Law, Tax Planning | 0 Comments »
Sunday, den 2. September 2012

Here’s a look at the laws that could wage a multipronged attack on your wallet and what you can do to prepare. Over the last few years, Americans have observed a series of tense Capitol Hill confrontations over what to do about expiring tax code provisions. While each was significant, their scale is dwarfed by […]

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Sunday, den 26. August 2012

In written form, the tax code could make an encyclopedia set blush. With so many codes occupying so much shelf space, no wonder we are confused at times trying to determine what is a fact and what is a myth. With that in mind, here are some commonly held tax beliefs that have no authenticity. […]

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Sunday, den 26. August 2012

2012 not only marks the end of the Mayan calendar, but also the tax cuts of 2001 and 2003 under George W. Bush. With the aspect of likely higher taxes looming in 2013 some Congressional aides have termed the upcoming expiration of the Bush tax cuts as “Taxmageddon”. Are the expiration of the tax cuts in 2013 […]

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