Government Shutdown Means Tax Refunds Might Be Delayed January 4th, 2019

Government Shutdown Means Tax Refunds Might Be Delayed

The government shutdown has been going on for two weeks, and it might affect when you get your tax refund. For the past two weeks, 800,000 federal employees are either furloughed or working without pay (in some circumstances). As of this moment, roughly 12% of IRS employees are expected to work through the shutdown. What … Continue reading Government Shutdown Means Tax Refunds Might Be Delayed

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New Divorce Tax Rules December 17th, 2018

New Divorce Tax Rules

Divorce is one of the most unpleasant things someone can go through. Emotions run high, feelings get hurt, and each party involved will end up losing quite a bit of money. With that being said, there are a few new tax divorce rules that Americans should be aware of (especially as it relates to alimony … Continue reading New Divorce Tax Rules

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How Much Will I Owe On My Social Security Benefits? December 6th, 2018

How Much Will I Owe On My Social Security Benefits?

More likely than not, you’re one of the millions of Americans who have paid into Social Security. What you might not know is that there are ways to avoid being taxed on your benefits — it’s a little complicated though. According to the Social Security Administration (SSA): If you file a tax return as Single, … Continue reading How Much Will I Owe On My Social Security Benefits?

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2018 Tax-Saving Tips November 16th, 2018

2018 Tax-Saving Tips

You might not believe it, but 2018 is rapidly coming to an end. Sandwiched in the hustle and bustle of the holidays and the end of the year, you might want to consider what you’re going to do about your taxes. With the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act taking effect this year, the tax code … Continue reading 2018 Tax-Saving Tips

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Sixth Circuit Talks Tax Collection Limitations Period November 6th, 2018

Sixth Circuit Talks Tax Collection Limitations Period

In a recent case that the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit heard, the Court explored the statute of limitations that exist for collecting a tax assessment. In 2005, a tax board assessed a man for income taxes from three years prior, but in 2006 he died. In 2009, a proof of … Continue reading Sixth Circuit Talks Tax Collection Limitations Period

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Los Americanos Gastan Más en Impuestos Que en Comida Combinados en 2017 October 28th, 2018

Los Americanos Gastan Más en Impuestos Que en Comida Combinados en 2017

Los Americanos gastaron mucho más en impuestos que lo que gastaron en comida y ropa combinados en 2017, e incluso ni siquiera se acercan en comparación. De acuerdo a la Agencia de Estadísticas Laborales (BLS) nueva información en gastos al consumidor, “unidades por consumidor”( incluyendo familias, individuos financieramente independientes/hijos, y otros que viven en hogares … Continue reading Los Americanos Gastan Más en Impuestos Que en Comida Combinados en 2017

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Republicans Pass Bill To Extend Tax Cuts October 12th, 2018

Republicans Pass Bill To Extend Tax Cuts

House Republicans recently passed a new round of tax cuts that would extend many of the tax cuts that President Donald Trump passed into law indefinitely earlier this year. This bill removes a provision that scheduled most of the individual cuts to expire within ten years. Although it passed through the House, it is unlikely … Continue reading Republicans Pass Bill To Extend Tax Cuts

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Americans Spent More On Taxes Than On Food And Clothing Combined In 2017 October 5th, 2018

Americans Spent More On Taxes Than On Food And Clothing Combined In 2017

Americans spent far more in taxes than they did on food and clothing combined in 2017, and it wasn’t even close. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistic’s (BLS) new data on consumer expenditures, “consumer units” (including families, financially independent individuals/children, and others who live in a single family household) spent an average of $9,562 … Continue reading Americans Spent More On Taxes Than On Food And Clothing Combined In 2017

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Trump Considering Reducing Capital Gains Taxes September 20th, 2018

Trump Considering Reducing Capital Gains Taxes

President Donald Trump recently told Bloomberg that he is contemplating taking executive action to reduce taxes on investment income by indexing capital gains to inflation. This policy action has been something that Republican policymakers have been running on (as an issue) for a number of years. “I’m thinking about it,” Trump told Bloomberg in the … Continue reading Trump Considering Reducing Capital Gains Taxes

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Queso Suizo: A un Banco Suizo le ha Sido Ordenado Pagar $60.4 Millones September 12th, 2018

Queso Suizo: A un Banco Suizo le ha Sido Ordenado Pagar $60.4 Millones

Basler Kantonalbank (BKB) firmó un acuerdo de encauzamiento diferido a través del cual pagará $60.4 millones en multas por planear la evasión de impuestos Estadounidenses. El Departamento de Justicia anunció el veredicto. De acuerdo a documentos legales, el Banco Suizo admitió que entre los años 2002 al 2012 planeó (junto con sus empleados, Administradores de … Continue reading Queso Suizo: A un Banco Suizo le ha Sido Ordenado Pagar $60.4 Millones

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