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The Uber Drivers Guide to Taxes

By Top Tax Staff

Ride share companies like Uber are becoming increasingly popular in cities throughout the U.S. Along with providing the public with invaluable transportation services, these companies also allow people to earn lucrative incomes as drivers. 

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What Do You Need to Do if You Change Tax Brackets?

By Top Tax Staff

Climbing the corporate ladder and earning more money are generally viewed as advantageous practices in today's business world. Most people want to earn higher salaries and bring home more money as they are promoted.  
 
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When Should You Appeal a Tax Situation?

By Top Tax Staff

The IRS has the right to pursue any debt that is owed to the federal government. Even so, you have rights as a taxpayer that the IRS cannot violate or take away from you. 

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Can the IRS Audit a Deceased Person's Taxes?

By Top Tax Staff

Taxpayers by law must file returns for every year that they are alive and receive taxable income. This obligation does not at the moment that they pass away. 

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Facing an IRS Audit Alone - Can it Be Done?

By Top Tax Staff

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A notification of an upcoming audit can induce panic and worry in the typical taxpayer. People who are alerted to impending audits stress over what may have caused their returns to be set aside for scrutiny or what they have done wrong when filing their taxes. 

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Are There Tax Breaks for Disaster Victims?

By Top Tax Staff

The damage inflicted by natural disasters can be far reaching and last for weeks or months. While you scramble to rebuild your normal life, you still must worry about handling routine tasks like filing your taxes. 

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Filing Taxes in the Aftermath of Hurricane Harvey

By Top Tax Staff

Hurricane Harvey has proven to be one of the country's worst natural disasters. Millions of home and business owners continue to put their lives back together and attempt to regain some sense of normal. 

As you work to rebuild your home or business, you may wonder how you can meet important upcoming tax filing deadlines. You can meet your tax filing obligation without adding worry or stress to your recovery efforts by utilizing the Hurricane Harvey tax relief options available to you today.

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Understanding the Solar Tax Credit

By Top Tax Staff

Thanks to massive public awareness campaigns, the American public has become more aware about the benefits and promise of renewable energy. Both home and business owners realize that they can power their buildings for less money without negatively impacting the environment.

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How to Protect Yourself from Identity Theft

By Top Tax Staff

Identity thieves continue to plague society in their quest to steal people's sensitive information. Millions of people each year find themselves victim of this time-consuming, expensive, and devastating crime. You can protect yourself now by using these important tips to protect yourself from identity theft.

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What Happens if I Miss the Extended Corporations Tax Deadline in 2017?

By Top Tax Staff

Just like private citizens, business owners must file and pay their federal taxes each year. When these individuals realize that they may not be able to file on time, they have the option of requesting a tax extension from the IRS.

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