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Past due financial obligations can affect your current federal tax refund. The Department of Treasury’s Financial Management Service, which issues IRS tax refunds, can use part or all of your federal tax refund to satisfy certain unpaid debts. Here are … Continue reading
Today, be grateful. Be grateful for your favorite music, for movies that make you feel good, for your phone that connects you with people, for your computer, and for the electricity that lights up your life. Be grateful for air … Continue reading
President Barack Obama has preached that all Americans should pay their fair share in taxes, but a government report finds that tens of thousands of federal employees — from staffers in Congress to federal agencies and even Obama’s executive office … Continue reading
Determining your filing status is one of the first steps to filing your federal income tax return. There are five filing statuses: Single, Married Filing Jointly, Married Filing Separately, Head of Household and Qualifying Widow(er) with Dependent Child. Your filing … Continue reading
You have so many opportunities to give every day. Give kind words. Give a smile. Give appreciation and love. Give compliments. You can give courtesy to other motorists while you are driving. You can give a smile to the car … Continue reading
You can only become wiser from learning. Sometimes you might have to attract making a painful mistake to learn something important, but after the mistake you have far greater wisdom. Wisdom cannot be bought with money – it can only … Continue reading
Since April 15th falls on a Saturday this year and Monday, April 16th is Patriots Day is a Legal Holiday in Massachusetts, we have until Tuesday April 17th to file this year!
Tax Proposals Infographic by: Certified Tax Coach.
You should consider whether your Independent Contractors (ICs) have their own business license and are paying taxes properly in their business, both to the feds and the state, including unemployment insurance and workers compensation. The IRS is on the warpath … Continue reading