September 28, 2015

International Financing for Green Cards?

Many U.S. businesses get their funding from local banks or private U.S. investors. Sometimes, however, there is an opportunity to get financing from abroad on more […]
August 31, 2015

The Kiddie Tax – Part One

Internal revenue code section 1(g) taxes unearned children’s income as if it belonged to the parents. This is known as the Kiddie tax. This income is […]
March 13, 2014

Common Mistakes Made by Taxpayers with Form 1099

Tax season has now arrived, and taxpayers are hurrying to get their returns completed in time. However, for those who receive Form 1099, they need to […]
July 23, 2013

What to do if You Get a CP21B or CP21C Notice From the IRS

Whenever you get a notice from the IRS, the first thing to do is read it! And read it carefully. After doing so, if you agree […]
July 15, 2013

Have You Received a Notice From the IRS?

One of the scariest moments is going to the mailbox and finding a notice from the IRS. The worst thing to do is to throw it […]
May 18, 2013

6 Ways to Make Your 2013 Tax Season Easier

No one likes unplanned tax surprises, especially when you owe. Now is the time to start your tax planning for next year by looking at these 6 areas...
January 22, 2013

Breakfast with the Experts

Now that the Fiscal Cliff has come and gone, do you know what changes have occurred and how they will affect you and your business? What […]
December 11, 2012

Whatever you do, file your taxes!

The IRS, and for that matter any state government, doesn’t care how famous or popular you may be. They only care that you file and pay your […]
October 4, 2012

Time Is Running Out To Take Advantage Of 2012 Estate And Gift Tax Planning Opportunities

Time is running out to take advantage of the liberal estate and gift tax exemptions of 2012.  Currently, the exemption amount is $5.12 million for both […]
September 16, 2012

IRS Releases 2012 List Of The “Dirty Dozen” Tax Scams

Once again, tax season is upon us and the IRS has issued the annual “dirty dozen” tax scams. Topping this year’s list is identity theft.  In response […]
August 21, 2012

Tax Tips For Charitable Giving

Contributing money and property to a charitable organization is one of the ways that a taxpayer can support a charitable cause while simultaneously reducing their income […]
August 6, 2012

IRS Rules That Donations To Single Member LLCs Wholly-Owned By Charities Are Deductible

The IRS has issued a new notice which offers guidance regarding the deductibility of contributions made to a single member LLC that is wholly-owned by a […]