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Monthly Archive:: June 2021

Getting The Biggest Benefit From Tax Help

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesGetting The Biggest Benefit From Tax Help Taxes are a way of American life. They are own duty to pay and file. Many people go in search of someone to help them when tax time rolls around. Tax help seems to be in abundance from January 1st to April 15th. Unfortunately, some tax help

Computer Software For Taxes

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesComputer Software For Taxes Taxes are among the most important personal issues that a person will have to take care of in life. After all, not handling taxes properly can be against in the law. Computer software for taxes can be used to help make it easier to take care of filing taxes. There

Tax planning to infinity and beyond…

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesTax planning to infinity and beyond… Another year has come and gone and what’s really changed? Are you sitting in roughly the same place you were last year at this time with respect to your taxes–wondering what you could have done differently in your business to positively affect your year- end tax bill? All

Major Changes for U.S. Companies Earning Profits from Ireland

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares One of the challenges policymakers face is designing solutions that are targeted at actual problems. If data concerning a problem is either low-quality or out-of-date, then developing solutions becomes rather difficult. This challenge is particularly relevant to international tax policy. A problem that was identified in many studies at the beginning of the

Liqour Taxes | How High Are Distilled Spirits Taxes in Your State?

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Of all alcoholic beverages subject to taxation, stiff drinks—and all distilled spirits—face the stiffest tax rates. Ostensibly, this is because distilled spirits (liquor) have higher alcohol content than the other categories, like wine and beer. This round of information is on us, so help yourself to the following map to see whether you’re shaken or stirred

Progressives Vie For Attention | Tax Policy Center

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares If progressives drive bipartisan infrastructure talks off course, where will they go instead? Politico reports on congressional progressive lawmakers who oppose the current bipartisan infrastructure negotiations. Sens. Jeff Merkley and Ed Markey, joined Sen. Bernie Sanders in opposing the nascent plan and insisting any compromise address climate change. Rep. Pramila Jayapal, leader of

Tracking 2021 Tax Plans

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Tracking the 2021 Biden Tax Plan and Federal Tax Proposals Taxes are once again at the forefront of the public policy debate as legislators grapple with how to fund new infrastructure spending, among other priorities. The Biden Administration has proposed about $4 trillion of new federal spending over 10 years, partially funded with
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