TaxProf Blog: The 100 Most Influential People in Tax and Accounting
I am honored to be included on the list of Accounting Today's 100 Most Influential People in Tax and Accounting for the ninth year in a row: Caron once stood out as one of the few serious tax bloggers out there; now that there are a lot more tax blogs...
Tax Season Preparation 101
As I put my own tax documents into a folder marked “2012 tax documents,” I think about all my clients and their methods of preparing for tax season. It seems like this time of year, my friends lik…
3 Secrets Accountants Think Business Owners to Know About Payroll Taxes
Payroll taxes can be a source of frustration for many small business owners. It's imperative business owners fully comply with IRS tax mandates to avoid the risk of
IRS Taxpayer Advocate Questions Preparation of Tax Preparers
Three big issues: Code, cooperation, competence. By Rick Telberg CPA Trendlines National Taxpayer Advocate Nina Olson, who heads the Taxpayer Advocate Service, is citing three broad areas that Congress should deal with if it hopes to avoid revenue catastrophe … Continued
Reduce Your 2018 Taxes By Up To 50% Before Year End
On this call I discuss how to Reduce Your 2018 Taxes By Up To 50% Before Year End - Michael Uadiale, CPA, ACA, CGMA, PhD - Smeed CPA. To schedule an appointm...
Financial tips for women getting a divorce
Separate all spousal property and accounts immediately
Tax filing preparation checklist
In addition to the tax statements that are arriving this month, you'll need some other information to file your return. Today's Daily Tax Tip offers a checklist of what to round up, for either yourself if you plan to file on your own or for your tax professional. General information and documents that will be useful include: Social Security numbers for yourself, your spouse and all dependents. Last year's federal return. If you live in a state that collects taxes, dig out that old return, too. They can serve as guides to this year's filing. Records of estimated tax payments...
6 tips for getting the biggest tax refund
Does your preparation for tax day start with a trip to the liquor store, or perhaps a one-way ticket to Costa Rica? Taxes are unpleasant, but drinking or fleeing the country is not the answer. Tackle your taxes head-on with solid preparation, and the experience may turn out to be more pleasant than you thought it would be. Here are a few tips to help you with your tax preparation and increase...
Six Winter Safety Tips for Roofing Contractors
Winter roofing is a job fraught with peril. Here are six things to consider to ensure your crew’s safety when executing winter roof projects.
Basic Bookkeeping Tips For Small Business Owners
The old joke of showing up at the accountant’s office the day before taxes are due with a shoe box of receipts is still a reality for many small businesses. However, time with accountants is …