Beware of Disgruntled Employees, Ex Spouses & Nosy Neighbors The IRS has been getting a lot of press about their whistle-blower program for good reason. It works big time. Informants are paid a minimum of 15% and a maximum of 30% of the amount owed by businesses or individuals, up to a $2 million threshold. [...]
When using e-file, you also must use an e-signature. The IRS no longer accepts the paper signature document.
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Your filing status is used to determine your filing requirements, standard deduction, eligibility for certain credits and deductions, and your correct tax.
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Dinner For Schmucks – A surprisingly likeable piece of fluff from director Jay Roach and stars Steve Carrell and Paul Rudd. Carrell plays Barry, a nerdy but innocent guy with a somewhat unusual hobby who befriends office-drone Rudd. To make it into the corporate inner-world, Rudd must invite the biggest loser he can find to a [...]
There are those who hold the venerable 1969 John Wayne/Kim Darby/Glen Campbell western “True Grit” as a classic, and justifiably so. For its time, it was a standout achievement and won Wayne his one and only Academy Award for Best Actor. In time, however, all good things come to an end – or at least are supplanted. [...]
There are more ways than ever that the Federal Government finds ways to nickle and dime us to death.
Here are the Internal Revenue Service’s top 10 tips that will help your tax filing process run smoother than ever this year.
If you ask the wrong person to help you, because they know how to do a form correctly, you could be getting them in plenty of hot water.