Month: September 2017

Look Who the IRS Is Adding to its Staff

For those who believe in giving people a second chance this will be good news. For those who feel the IRS is already rife with crooked employees that will stop at nothing to take more of taxpayers’ money, this news

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IRS Hitting Estimated Tax Filers With More Penalties

The IRS plays no favorites when it comes to taxpayers missing payments or not paying enough. However, those who pay their income tax via quarterly estimated payments had better pay particular attention because lately the IRS has been coming down

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The Fight for Tax Reform Will Be Long and Arduous

Is it starting to feel like the process to simply put up a new stop sign in the Nation’s Capitol would take an act of Congress? These days nothing is simple in Washington and when it comes to tax reform

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Do Canadians Get Their Money’s Worth With Taxes?

For those in the U.S. who oppose high taxes the truth is compared to some other countries, most Americans don’t have it too bad. In fact, when compared with the other 34 countries that make up the Organization for Economic

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Tax Relief Courtesy of Hurricane Harvey

While Hurricane Harvey continues to devastate the Gulf Coast, Texans can expect to receive a little extra relief this upcoming tax year from Uncle Sam. Taxpayers in the federally declared disaster area have the option of claiming disaster-related casualty losses

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Are Up to Date on Your Taxes for Your Side Job?

<p>The saying goes: “Don’t quit your day job.” Millions of Americans take that advice to heart, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t investigating other avenues for making additional money. There are all kinds of side jobs, from small hobbies to

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