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Let’s Talk About Tax Software.

Let’s Talk About Tax Software.
Tweet By now, I’m sure you have heard that it is the Year of the Snake, but not really – it is the “Year of You”. Or at least I’m sure that’s what you heard. Let me assure you it’s still the “Year of the Snake”. (According to wikipedia and Cultural China, the year of the Snake is Feb 10, 2013 thru Jan 30 2014 – the Water Snake ) A [...]

What Real Estate Agents Are Doing Wro...

What Real Estate Agents Are Doing Wrong With Their Taxes
Tweet Are you contented with the taxes you pay? Are you very confident that you are actually taking good advantage of every tax break you can get? But most of all, is your tax preparer providing you positive advice to save more on your taxes? The wicked news is that most likely you do pay excessive tax and you are not taking benefit of each a [...]

Tax Effects of the Health Care Act

Tax Effects of the Health Care Act
Tweet The July 2012 Supreme Court ruling upholding what’s collectively referred to as the “Affordable Care Act” (ACA) or “Health Care Act” has resulted in a number of changes to the US tax code. As such there are a number of tax implications for individuals and businesses. With that in mind, let’s take a cl [...]

Should Capital Gains Be Taxed Differe...

Should Capital Gains Be Taxed Differently?
Tweet Capital gains are monies derived from increased value or earnings of capital assets, but only upon realization of the profits. Capital assets are defined by the IRS as pretty much, “everything you own.” When an investment increases in value, that value is taxed at a specific rate called the capital gains tax. There are multiple reasons [...]

Tax Issues with early Distributions f...

Tax Issues with early Distributions from Retirement savings.
Tweet Taxpayers may sometimes find themselves in situations when they need to withdraw money from their retirement plan early. What they may not realize is that that it may mean a tax impact when they file their return. To discourage the use of IRAs for the purposes other than retirement, tax law imposes a 10% additional tax on early distribu [...]

e-Commerce and Tax in Missouri

e-Commerce and Tax in Missouri
Tweet A study released in April by researchers at the University of Missouri disclosed the shocking fact that the state was missing out on an average of $468 million each year due to uncollected taxes on Internet sales.    Where does Missouri Stand with e-Commerce Taxes? Missouri does not currently have any regulations in place to collect e-c [...]

Your Tax Refund – Why you shoul...

Your Tax Refund – Why you should invest it.
Tweet Tax Refund? Here’s Why You Should Invest It. Many business owners and freelancers overpay their taxes and thus end up getting a government tax refund. It’s tempting to use that money for things you want, whether it’s a vacation, new furniture or the latest hot gadget. But that refund can be even more useful in helping [...]

Things That You Can Do To Get Ready F...

Things That You Can Do To Get Ready For Tax Season
Tweet One of the most important parts of personal finance is planning for your taxes. There are many different forms of personal taxes. You need to be sure that you understand your tax obligations clearly. Following through on these things will allow you to improve your skills when it comes to planning for taxes, and managing your money in ge [...]

The Show-Me State Shows You Your Tax ...

The Show-Me State Shows You Your Tax Rights
Tweet There’s a tax reason Missouri is known as the Show-Me state.  We tend not to take things at face value, instead wanting proof and documentation and clear, concise information. “Clear and concise” probably isn’t the first thing most people think about when the subject of tax rights come up, which is why the state issued a Taxpayer’s Bill [...]

Plan For Next Years Taxes, Starting N...

Plan For Next Years Taxes, Starting Now
Tweet This year’s tax deadline may have come and gone already (Extenders you still have a little bit), but it’s never to early to start planning for next year. With that in mind, here are a few things you can do now to make next April 15 easier. (Yes it is actually April 15th in 2013 for your 2012 filings.) Adjust your withholdin [...]

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