This article discusses how excise tax changes may affect your business and what you can do to ensure tax compliance and avoid potential penalties.
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This column discusses IRS notices and how taxpayers should react to them.
Most states that have a personal income tax have a function whereby the taxpayer can file as a full-year resident, a partial-year resident, or a nonresident.
Cryptocurrency has gone mostly unregulated, but Coinbase could be just the first of many IRS targets.
A stock protection fund may be helpful to some investors.
Clients who wish to have income from services be treated as income of their corporations should have revise independent contractor agreements so that payments are made to their corporations.
Nonresident filers can now file their 2016 Form 1040NR electronically.
This column examines two U.S. Tax Court cases addressing profit motive.
This article discusses why deployed troops who are in harm’s way are getting less benefit from the EITC, how it affects their households, and a simple solution to the problem.
Tax-loss harvesting offers the potential for significantly increased after-tax returns.
Nevada, once viewed as a “tax-friendly” state, implemented a $1.5 billion tax plan to fund its education system.
Companies should develop plans to ensure both tax and financial reporting compliance.
Cloud-based preparation and filing reduces the burden and streamlines the overall process.
This article highlights a few ASC Topic 740, Income Taxes, tax matters companies have missed or overlooked in tax provisions.
Many areas of shared tax law and practice may be affected, including indirect and direct taxes.
A new scam takes the form of an email pretending to be from the practitioner’s tax software provider.
When parents divorce without a meeting of the minds or a well-crafted agreement, issues can result as to who is entitled to the tax benefits from supporting their children.
Changes in the the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 are a departure from how partnerships have been treated for federal income tax purposes.
Many business decision-makers will have questions about whether the tax applies to them and whether it can be avoided altogether.
This column offers some of the most common techniques to help save for college.