Tag: Tax Planning

Top Tax Planning Tips for Self-Employed

People who work for themselves enjoy several perks and benefits. However, a nice tax break is not necessarily one of those perks. Because self-employed taxpayers have to pay their own payroll tax – the entire 15.3 percent Social Security and Medicare tax – they often get

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Why Are the Ultra-Wealthy So Good at Avoiding Taxes?

While many in the media, as well many lawmakers on the left, would have you believe that the nation’s wealthiest individuals are really good at skipping out on their taxes and that they don’t pay their fair share, the fact

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Five Tax Items to Be Ready For This Year

Although the most recent tax season is over one can never truly put his or her tax-planning hat completely away for the year. With tax laws and regulations always in flux, you have to make sure that you’re prepared for

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Five Tips for Planning Your Taxes for Next year

Summer is almost here and that means people are getting ready to enjoy outdoor activities like BBQs & swimming and hiking & fishing. It’s also a great time to start thinking about your taxes for next year. What? It can’t

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