Avoid the “Death Tax”

Avoid the “Death Tax”

“Why, Eckhardt, you oughta think about the future.” . . . Eckhardt merely scoffs at the statement, “You’re an A-1 nut-boy, and Grissom knows it.” Later as things had changed, he is told again, “Eckhardt! Think about the future.” Of course then...

Your Home-Office Deduction/s

          More than one million new businesses are started each year. There are more than 27.2 million small, non-farm businesses in America. Of that Include 52 percent home-based businesses and two percent franchises. Of that, 52 percent are home-based businesses. 44...

Are You Having Enough Withheld?

If you fail to estimate your federal income tax withholding properly, it may cost you in a variety of ways. If you receive an income tax refund, it essentially means that you provided the IRS with an interest-free loan during the year. By comparison, if you owe taxes...

Release of Claim to Exemption. . .

            I have a lot clients who are divorced and they share (every other tax year) exemption of their child/ren. This is done by way of Form 8332 Release of Claim to Exemption for Child of Divorced or Separated Parents.             This is a pretty basic...
What is the difference between us all…

What is the difference between us all…

As a professional tax preparer, I am often asked what is the difference between us.  Enrolled Agent, tax attorney, an accountant/CPA, a bookkeeper, and a tax preparer. So here you go… For a beginning, a professional Tax Preparer is an individual who prepares tax...