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Tax Refund Email Scam – IRS Warning

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesTax Refund Email Scam – IRS Warning The IRS has issued a warning regarding a phishing email scam. The scam claims you are due a tax refund, but is really designed to obtain your personal information. Tax Refund Email Scam Phishing scams are designed to swindle you into providing private information that can be

IRS Helps Employers By Reducing Filings Required For Employees

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesIRS Helps Employers By Reducing Filings Required For Employees If you own a business and have employees, you have an inherent feel for the joy of filing employee related tax documents. Alas, the IRS is cutting back on the burden. IRS Helps Employers By Reducing Filings Required For Employees Employees are critical to any

Investing for Retirement

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesInvesting for Retirement Retirement may be a long way off for you – or it might be right around the corner. No matter how near or far it is, you’ve absolutely got to start saving for it now. However, saving for retirement isn’t what it used to be with the increase in cost of

After Tax Contributions

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesAfter Tax Contributions The phrase “after tax contributions” as it pertains to retirement accounts can often be a bit confusing. This article will discuss some of the common aspects of after tax contributions. You might find it easier to understand the phrase if you think of after tax contributions as being voluntary contributions. These

Preparing for Tax Preparation

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesPreparing for Tax Preparation Being prepared for your tax appointment can really pay off in terms of maximizing deductions and minimizing tax as well as lowering fees charged by your preparer! Additionally, you should be able to walk away from your tax appointment with peace of mind that your returns are complete and accurate

Want to Loosen Uncle Sam’s Grip on Your Wallet?

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesWant to Loosen Uncle Sam’s Grip on Your Wallet? Talking About Money With Jim Larranaga (ARA) – The average person pays more than $6,000 in federal income tax, according to the Congressional Budget Office. If you cringe at sending a big chunk of change like that to Uncle Sam, you may be looking for

1031 Exchange and Tenancy-in-Common: Seeking the Right Advisor to Achieve TIC Investment Objectives

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares1031 Exchange and Tenancy-in-Common: Seeking the Right Advisor to Achieve TIC Investment Objectives A long-established section in the federal tax code, section 1031, allows real estate investors to sell property that has been held for investment purposes and defer capital gains and depreciation recapture taxes if they acquire “like-kind” exchange property of equal or

Biden Fossil Fuel Tax Provisions | Biden Budget

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Key Findings The Biden administration’s budget proposals have several provisions focused on raising taxes on the U.S. fossil fuel industry. These proposals largely depart from neutral tax policy and intentionally target the industry. Internal Revenue Service data does not indicate any substantial tax preference for the fossil fuel industry, rather indicating the industry

Cigarette Taxes in Europe

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares To ensure the functioning of its internal market, the European Union (EU) sets a minimum excise duty on cigarettes. It consists of a specific component and an ad valorem component, resulting in a minimum overall excise duty of €1.80 (US $2.05) per 20-cigarette pack and 60 percent of an EU country’s weighted average retail

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