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12Sep

S Corporations Should Pay Reasonable Compensation To Shareholders

By |September 12th, 2018|Categories: Tax Deductions, Tax Planning|

Unlike a C corporation, which itself pays the tax on its taxable income, an S corporation does not directly pay taxes on its income; instead, its income, losses, deductions, credits and distributions are allocated to its shareholders’ on a pro rata basis.

5Sep

When Should You File An Amended Tax Return?

By |September 5th, 2018|Categories: Statute of Limitations, Tax Returns|

The most recent data from the IRS on individual tax returns indicates that of 131 million returns filed, about 5 million were expected to be amended.

7Jul

Documenting Automobile Mileage For An IRS Audit

By |July 7th, 2018|Categories: IRS Audit, IRS Notices|

Often in an IRS audit, the tax examiner will ask for your mileage log at the beginning of the audit. If you do not have a mileage log, what should you do?

13Jun

Still Haven’t Filed Your Taxes?

By |June 13th, 2018|Categories: Installment Agreement, Penalty Relief, Tax Debt, Tax Penalties|

If you have been procrastinating about filing your 2017 tax return or have unfiled tax returns for prior years,  you need to consider the consequences, such as penalties, interest, and aggressive IRS collection actions.

20Jan

How Long Does The IRS Have To Assess Tax?

By |January 20th, 2018|Categories: IRS Audit, Statute of Limitations|

Taxpayers often want to know how long the IRS has to audit and assess additional tax on their tax returns.  For taxpayers who reported all their income, the IRS has three years from the date of filing the returns to examine them.

14Nov

IRS Expanded Payment Plans Help Resolve Back Taxes

By |November 14th, 2017|Categories: Back Taxes, Installment Agreement, IRS Collections|

The IRS has the authority to enter into payment plans with taxpayers who owe back taxes. In a effort to streamline the processing of these agreements the IRS continues to test expanded criteria for taxpayers requesting installment agreements.

9Nov

What Business Owners Should Know About The Tax Cuts And Jobs Act

By |November 9th, 2017|Categories: Tax Planning, Tax Reform|

This is part 2 of a 2-part series on the proposed Tax Cuts & Jobs Act and generally covers the provisions applying to small businesses and self-employed taxpayers.

8Nov

How Will The Tax Cuts And Jobs Act Impact You?

By |November 8th, 2017|Categories: Tax Planning, Tax Reform, Taxes|

This is Part 1 of 2 in a series on the proposed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. This part covers the provisions that apply to individual taxpayers. Part 2 covers the small-business provisions.

1Nov

Is Your Interest Expense Tax Deductible?

By |November 1st, 2017|Categories: Interest Expense, Tax Deductions, Tax Planning|

When borrowing money taxpayers often ask if the interest will be tax deductible.  The answer to the question can be complicated  and you’ll learn that not all interest you pay is deductible. The rules for deducting interest depend on whether you use the loan proceeds for personal, investment, or business purposes.

20Oct

Don’t Incur Costly Tax Penalties

By |October 20th, 2017|Categories: Penalty Relief, Tax Penalties|

Many tax penalties are substantial and can significantly increase the amount you owe the IRS. Penalties can be assessed for various reasons, with some resulting from a taxpayer’s carelessness, overstatement of deductions, failing to report income, or procrastination.

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