Month: August 2016

Do You Still Have Outstanding Business Tax Returns?

Entrepreneurs have a lot on their plate, as do all business owners. However, whether you’re just starting out or you’ve been in business for years, you need to makes sure that you stay up to date on your taxes. Missing

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IRS Will Get its Share From Olympic Medalists, Too

If you’re like most people in the country, and many others around the world, then you’ve been watching the Summer Olympics over the last 10 days or so. After all, they only happen once every four years. There have been

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Apple Not Ready to Bring Foreign Income Back to U.S. Anytime Soon

Despite all the wonderful products and groundbreaking technologies Apple has been responsible for over the years, the tech giant is certainly no stranger to criticism. That criticism comes in many forms, including from competitors and those who prefer competitors’ products.

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Mark Cuban’s Take on Donald Trump’s Taxes

If you follow the presidential election then you know that this year’s run for the Oval Office is perhaps one of the most spite-filled elections our country has ever faced. According to many political pundits, talking heads in the media

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Is Obama Secretly Trying to Raise the Death Tax Again?

Democrats and Republicans have been battling over the estate, or death tax for decades. Democrats always push for a higher rate, while republicans would like to completely eliminate it. During the most recent Bush administration the death tax dropped from

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Three Ideas to Start Reducing This Year’s Taxes Now

Everyone wants to save on their taxes but many people don’t start thinking about tax savings until the next tax deadline rolls around. The real key to saving on taxes is to focus on those savings year round. One of the best ways to legally save on

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How To Save on Taxes in Retirement

If it’s time to retire and you haven’t started already to plan for taxes then you need to get started now. Even if retirement is still a ways off, you should always be thinking ahead. In any case, one of

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Some U.S. Businesses Not Happy With Obama’s Plan to Stop Inversions

In recent years tax inversions have become increasingly popular as several large U.S. companies look to lower their corporate tax bills. This process consists of a company shifting its headquarters from the United States to a foreign country, which helps

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Tax-Free Spinoffs Could Be Much Tougher Under Proposed New Rules

Many U.S. companies take advantage of lower foreign taxes by creating tax-free spinoffs of their parent companies. It’s a great and legal way to lower their corporate tax bills. However, some lawmakers have long pressed for changes to these rules

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States to Avoid when Retiring

Are you on the verge of retirement, or perhaps just a few more years away but you’re ready to start making some retirement plans? There are many things to consider when it comes time to retire, not the least of

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