Monthly Archive:: November 2021

Donating A Used Vehicle To A Charity

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesDonating A Used Vehicle To A Charity If you are interested in making charitable donations and claiming then on your tax return then you should consider donating a used vehicle to a charity. This will allow you to claim a deduction on your tax returns. However, there are some rules you will need to

Republican Cannabis Bill Would Tax by Category: States Reform Act

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Today, Representative Nancy Mace (R-SC) released the States Reform Act, which would deschedule, regulate, and tax cannabis products with a novel federal excise tax design—based on quantities and predefined categories, not dissimilar from how the federal government taxes alcohol and tobacco. Rep. Mace’s bill would impose a tax of 3 percent on the

Youth Group

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In Person Hearing Inconveniences Appeals Witness

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares As is often the case, commenter in chief, Bob Kamman, brought to my attention an order that prior to DAWSON would probably have received the designated order label.  DAWSON did away with designated orders, as we have discussed before, but did not stop the Tax Court from issuing important and interesting orders.  The

Schedule Shake Up Shifts Senate’s Spending Bill Vote

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares House Democrats hope to vote on Build Back Better this week.  The House is still awaiting final cost estimates for the latest version of the social spending and tax bill. Because the House still is scrambling to pass the measure, the Senate will delay its consideration that had been scheduled for this week.

Audit Advice That You Need

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesAudit Advice That You Need Oh no! You need audit advice. You just received in the mail a notification that you are going to be audited by the IRS. What now? How do you respond to this and should you be having a heart attack now? While many people lose it as soon as
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