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It's time to ship out those W-2s and 1099s again.

Posted by David Dennis on 17 January 2012

It's time to ship out those W-2s and 1099s again. ...

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Tax responsibilities of U.S. citizens and dual citizens living abroad

Posted by on 14 December 2011

The IRS has provided info to clarify the tax responsibilities of U. S. citizens and dual citizens living abroad in response to concerns from expatriates about penalties that might be levied on their unpaid taxes and undeclared bank accounts. ...

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The IRS ease some fears about settlement offer for misclassified workers

Posted by on 8 December 2011

News: The IRS ease some fears about settlement offer for misclassified workers Among other things, the IRS Explained that  Voluntary Classification Settlement Program participation won't trigger a federal audit and that IRS won't share information about participants with the Department of Labor (DOL) or state agencies. ...

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Why it is necessary for you to make estimated tax payments.

Posted by on 28 November 2011

*Why it is necessary for you to make estimated tax payments*. ...

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Collection Due Process procedures

Posted by on 22 November 2011

The Collection Due Process (CDP) procedures, which generally require IRS to give taxpayers a hearing relating to a lien or levy. ...

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Stricter rules apply to energy saving home improvements.

Posted by on 22 November 2011

*Stricter rules apply to energy saving home improvements*. ...

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Small employer health insurance credit

Posted by on 16 November 2011

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IRS's Voluntary Classification Settlement Program for misclassified workers

Posted by on 15 November 2011

*the Voluntary Classification Settlement Program  *...

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IRS Allows Tax Break for Bonuses

Posted by IRS Allows Tax Break for Bonuses on 15 November 2011

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IRS Allows Tax Break for Bonuses The Internal Revenue Service has issued a new *2011 revenue ruling* permitting an employer that is using an accrual method of accounting to take a deduction in the current year for a fixed amount of bonuses payable to a group of employees, even though the employer does not know which of the employees will receive a bonus or the amount of any particular bonus until after the end of the taxable year. ...

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Year End Tax Planning

Posted by on 9 November 2011

Year End Tax PlanningYear End Tax Planning...

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