Small Business Tax Tips: are You Ready for the January 31 Deadline?

Small Businesses Have Different Deadlines April 15 is not the only critical tax deadline. If you are a small business owner with employees or independent contractors, January 31 is an important tax deadline you cannot afford to ignore. The end of January is the due date for several payroll-related tax forms and tax payments. Before…

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IRS TAX TIPS: DIRECT DEPOSIT (ASL, CAPTIONS & AUDIO)

Direct Deposit – Public Service Announcement from IRS, courtesy of the NAD: IRS can deposit your tax refund directly into your bank or checking account, even if you move or change your name. For more information, go to www.irs.gov Duration : 0:0:45

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Property Tax Info Made Very Simple!

General Property Tax Information With this simple website, I am intending to partake with you what I know about property tax information from my own personal experience. Moreover, I am hoping to present the resources I encountered while seeking for legal and legitimate ways to reduce the real estate tax I need to pay. Of…

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if hourly hair stylist can employer tax my tips if so how much?

If you are being paid hourly and over the minimum wage, you do not need to report your tips. However the percentage rule applies to make sure that your employer is paying you at LEAST minimum wage ( and therefore needs to report your tips)…this mainly applies to restaurants where many establishments pay those who…

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Fourteen Tax Tips For 2007

We have barely gotten over the hangover from our Christmas expenses and now the tax man is tugging at your coat tails and you feel another financial hangover in the horizon. These great tax tips for 2007 will help keep that hard earned money in your pocket. 1. File your tax returns on time to…

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5 Reverse Tax Planning Tips

What is Reverse Tax Planning? Normally this focuses on reducing taxable income and taxes. Reverse tax planning does the opposite and may actually increase taxes. Why is this a good thing? If someone is usually in a high tax bracket and experiences an off year in which taxable income is low, then it means there…

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Recovery: Energy Credits – It’s Not Too Late

Energy Credits Energy credits from the 2009 Recovery Act are still available for taxpayers in 2010. Those who make qualified energy improvements to their main homes this year may get a tax benefit when filing in 2011. Improve you home, help the environment and get Energy Credits. Duration : 0:1:0

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can i get a write off on my income tax for restaurant tips?

would it possible that there is a way to write off or expenses out on my restaurant tips ? as a server, I got tips included in my w2 as social security tips (box 7) … 99% of my income is from tips, and no federal tax deducted …. i am hitting a big balance…

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