life changes that change your tax filing

If you have recently gone through any major changes this blog can help you understand what you need to do for your taxes and how it can change the outcome.

life changes that change your tax filing

What To Do When You Are Delinquent On Your Property Taxes

15 March 2016
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Whatever the reason for falling behind, finding out that you are delinquent on your property taxes can be a nerve-wracking experience. Among other things, the taxing authority that you owe money to can take away your home. Just because your home is at risk does not mean that you will have an easier time of coming up with the money you need to pay off your taxes, and paying the penalties and fees associated with falling behind on your taxes does not make the situation any easier.
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Filing Your Taxes For The First Time: Tips For You

18 January 2016
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When you reach early adulthood and need to file your own taxes for the first time in your life, the whole process can seem overwhelming and even frightening. However, it does not have to be. Get to know a little bit more about the tax filing process and the factors that you will need to consider when doing so, and you will be able to successfully make it through your first tax season and get the best refund possible.
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A Small Business Owner’s Guide To Hiring A Tax Professional

13 January 2016
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Taking the time to hire a tax professional for your small business is vital, as getting tax assistant can translate into having more money to put back into your business. Ideally, a small business owner should establish a long-term relationship with a tax professional. This way you have one tax expert who can learn everything there is to know about your business as they help your business with everything tax related.
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How To Stop An IRS Wage Garnishment

30 September 2015
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If an overdue tax balance remains unresolved for long enough, the IRS has the authority to issue a levy to collect the tax. Tax filers who have received an IRS wage garnishment at their place of employment may be able to obtain a release of the levy. The first step in responding to a wage garnishment is to ensure that its effect is minimized. Along with an IRS levy, an employer receives a Statement of Exemptions and Filing Status to present to the employee.
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Federal Deposit Requirements for Withheld Payroll Taxes

30 June 2015
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Employers who withhold federal income taxes from the pay of employees must remit those amounts to the US Treasury in a timely manner. The timetable for the payment of withheld taxes largely depends on how quickly the funds accumulate. Employers can benefit from the expertise of a payroll service by ensuring that tax withholding is accurate and completed on schedule. Most employers file IRS Form 941 on a quarterly basis to report withholding of income tax, Social Security, and Medicare.
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life changes that change your tax filing

Last year, I went through several changes in my life that changed a lot of things on my taxes. I got married in January, bought a house in February and had a baby in November, so there were a lot of changes that I wasn't sure how to handle. I decided that this was the year to work with a professional tax preparer to ensure I was going to get as much of a refund as possible. If you have recently gone through any, or all of these changes, my blog can help you understand what you need to do for your taxes and how it can change the outcome.

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