For business owners everywhere, the end of the year means that it is time to get ready to file their businesses’ tax returns. Rather than wait until the last possible minute, you can get ready now for tax filing season with some common sense advance planning. These strategies could help you maximize your deductions, lower your taxable income, and possibly increase the amount of your tax refund.Read More >
Tax codes are subject to change with each passing year. For the upcoming 2018 tax year, the changes can significantly impact the way you file your return. Before you file, you may want to learn more about the new IRS tax brackets and how the tax code changes could affect what deductions you plan to take when you file your taxes.Read More >
Approaching the IRS on your own can be a daunting undertaking. You may not know how to advocate for yourself when you owe back taxes or have a complicated tax debt case with which you must contend.Read More >
As an employer, you are required to follow precise state and federal laws when paying your employees. Along with paying them what they have earned, you also must withhold amounts from their paychecks whenever your employees are garnished. You can comply with a garnishment order fully by understanding what it is and under what circumstances the state or federal government requires you to withhold money from your employees' earnings.Read More >
When you owe the IRS a substantial amount of money, you might wonder how you can get it paid in full without incurring costly interest and penalties. Rather than going deeply into debt, you could pay off what you owe affordably by making use of the IRS Fresh Start Program. You can decide if this program is right for your tax debt situation by learning what it is and how to apply for it today.
Child care expenses can put a strain on your household budget. When you want to recoup some of what you have paid toward daycare or child care expenses during the year, you could claim them on your tax return.Read More >
You realize you have to file and pay your taxes by the April deadline each year. Despite being aware of this obligation, you might fall short of fulfilling it. In turn, you could compromise critical aspects of your job including your ability to keep or maintain your security clearance.
When you owe money to a creditor, that person or company has the right to pursue the debt through a variety of methods. It can send you letters or make phone calls to your home to demand payment on the account. It can also ask a judge to have your wages or salary garnished until the debt is paid in full.Read More >