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HSBC Offshore Account Holders Likely Target of Continuing IRS Investigations

04th July 2011
New Jersey Tax Attorneys of The Thorn Law Group are emerging as leaders in offering legal representation for U.S. taxpayers who, in many cases unwittingly, invested in undisclosed offshore bank accounts. Potential prosecution of Hong Kong Shanghai Banking... Read >
Author: Jerselaw

Second mortgage charge-off: What are the ramifications?

30th June 2011
Second mortgage charge-off: What are the ramifications? Scenario: We have a first mortgage and a home equity loan on our home. My husband has lost his job recently and we are lagging behind our mortgage payments. We are somehow able to take ... Read >
Author: Samantha

The Reason The W9 Form Exists

09th February 2011
The W-9 Form is used by businesses to file returns with the United States Internal Revenue Service on payments made to others. Information such as the name, address, and the social security number (or other taxpayer identification number) is given,though ... Read >
Author: Paul Wise

What is a CP2000 Notice

21st June 2010
A CP2000 notice is issued when the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) suspects that a federal income tax return has either under reported income, taken excessive credits or deductions, or both. The notice will document the IRS' proposed changes to the tax ret... Read >
Author: Roni Deutch

Advantages and Disadvantages of Tax Extensions

22nd March 2010
A tax extension is mere a procedure that provides you an additional six months towards file your tax coverage Forms . For a number of taxpayers, a tax extension can be a nice suggestion, and for others it may not be a nice suggestion at all. Let's posses... Read >
Author: Arun

Refund Management Services - Getting A Refund Management Company

09th February 2010
If you have had gambling taxes withheld from your winnings at a US casino and are not a US citizen, you should look into having a refund management company help you obtain a rebate on the taxes that were withheld. Refund management services can help you g... Read >
Author: articlelink01@gmail.com

Why You Should Use A Tax Consultant

08th February 2010
Tax laws are tricky and change from time to time. When preparing to file your business or personal taxes it is advised that you hire a professional tax consultant to handle this business for you. Errors or mistakes in your bookkeeping can cost you serious... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

IRS Tax Recovery For Canadians - US Gambling Tax

05th February 2010
The IRS tax recovery for Canadians deals with the US gambling tax for those who are legal residents of Canada and who have won money at the US casinos. Each year, many people from Canada travel to the United States to places like Las Vegas and Reno so tha... Read >
Author: articlelink01@gmail.com

Understanding the Tax Advantages of Owning a Second Home

07th December 2009
Maybe you have already heard that by owning a second home you can get some tax advantages - and this is true. There are rules and regulation for some special tax that applies to second properties, but the guidelines may be a little obscure. In this articl... Read >
Author: clavinee

Retirement plans come under new IRS scrutiny

10th September 2009
Long Island Business News, June 15, 2007 Retirement plans come under new IRS scrutiny Lance Wallach Businesses should be aware that the Internal Revenue Service is increasing its examinations of companies' retirement plans, hoping to ... Read >
Author: Lance Wallach

Dissolution of your Michigan business entity

01st December 2008
Dissolution of Your Business Entity by Brian P. McMahon, Esq. (Originally published in the Troff, Petzke & Ammeson Newsletter at www.tpalaw.com/Newsletter.   There are primarily four reasons why a business entity is dissolved. These are: 1.) r... Read >
Author: Brian P. McMahon

IRS Offers in Compromise, What are the Payment Methods?

03rd September 2008
One of the settlement programs offered by the IRS is what is known as an Offer in Compromise. With this tax resolution, taxpayers make an agreement with the Internal Revenue Service to settles their tax liabilities for less than the full amount owed. One ... Read >
Author: Roni Deutch

The Non Custodial Parent's Quest for Dependency Exemption

12th August 2008
As a parent you many assume that you can claim your children as dependents on your tax returns. But what if you and the other parent do not live together? In review of Anderson v. Commissioner, a recent case decided in tax court, we see that there are spe... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Smart Bartering

06th February 2008
Smart Bartering According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, barter in its various forms accounts for about 30 percent of the world's total business. In the U.S., over 250,000 businesses actively use organized barter to supplement their cash transact... Read >
Author: Stars Educational Consortium

Payroll Record Retention Requirements

06th January 2007
Every business must retain certain records on their current and past employees, but which ones and for how long? On the federal level, there are two agencies that regulate record keeping. First is the IRS, which is responsible for enforcing the Interna... Read >
Author: Charles Read
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