If you think sales nexus only applies to online businesses or in the states you set up shop, think again. Last month, the Supreme Court overturned a 1992 sales nexus
Summer is the season to finally clean out the toddler’s toy bin and rinse off your Aunt Erma’s “antique” china. Why? Because we love junk. In fact, the U.S. hosts over
The Estimated Tax Deadline is June 15 – Are You Ready? Business owners: A friendly reminder that your quarterly estimated tax deadline is June 15! If you earn income that
Preventing & Recovering from Tax Identity Theft “I wish someone would intercept my big tax refund,” said no one ever. But when tax identity theft enters the scene, that’s exactly
Three Steps to Address an IRS Notice CP14 Unfortunately, filing your tax return isn’t always your only contact with the IRS for the year. If the federal tax agency finds
The IRS has called for backup from the private sector, and these four companies could be coming after your tax debt in lieu of the IRS. Here’s what you need to know to stay informed, lawful and safe.
Tax Day isn’t anyone’s favorite holiday. Whether you own a corporation or started your first part-time job last year, the April deadline is stressful for the entire U.S. population. But
2010 brought us the iPhone 4, a first Super Bowl win for the Saints, and Lee DeWyze’s claim to fame on American Idol. And while these things promised a new
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If you’re a business owner, you know taxes are a part of the gig. And for S Corporations and Partnerships, the spring tax deadline is even earlier than for most
As sales tax revenues continue to downward spiral, the online sales community is destined to become a piggy bank for the government. A recent decision by Amazon triggered what could
When you apply for a payment plan, including certain types of Installment Agreements, Offer in Compromise, or Currently Not Collectible status, the IRS asks you for a financial statement, Form
The White House is saying “snip, snip” to the IRS’s budget this year, but not for the first time. The agency’s allowance has been cut by 20 percent in just seven years, even though it collects $4 for every $1 spent. The cuts will affect taxpayers these six ways.
If you owe the IRS and don’t know where to start, then you’re one of over 8 million Americans who are in the same boat. And while many financial pros can claim to help, selecting one isn’t the same as choosing a candy bar at the grocery checkout line.
With summertime in full swing, you may be considering some much-needed time away from home (and we don’t blame ya). Whatever your travel plans, you might want to consider whether