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A Quick Guide To Payroll Tax

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesA Quick Guide To Payroll Tax The term Payroll tax actually includes the Social Security tax, Medicare tax and Federal income tax. The Social Security tax provides benefits for retired workers, the disabled their dependents and it has a payroll tax rate of 6.2%. There is a maximum annual amount of Social Security tax

Tax Reform, My Way

TweetShareSharePin11 SharesTax Reform, My Way We need real tax reform and we need it now. Previous attempts have been made at tax reform, but they have only provided band-aid solutions that have still left us with too many quirks, complication, and read tape. There are several things Congress could do to simply the tax system

Depreciate property improvements correctly with cost segregation

TweetShareSharePin11 SharesDepreciate property improvements correctly with cost segregation Most commercial building owners are grossly overpaying federal income taxes because they are not depreciating their property as quickly as they should. A cost segregation study allows property owners to both defer and reduce federal income taxes. When properly performed by an appraiser with expertise in cost

Tax Quotes and Jokes for Tax Season

TweetShareSharePin11 SharesTax Quotes and Jokes for Tax Season Like death, paying taxes is inevitable. In the case of most Americans, tax season is just around the corner. If only paying taxes was so easy. As you begin pulling out those receipts, the eraser and reading plain English tax instructions that Einstein couldn’t figure out, you’re

Internet Users Benefit From The Search Engine / SEO Cat-And-Mouse

TweetShareSharePin66 SharesInternet Users Benefit From The Search Engine / SEO Cat-And-Mouse A constant cat-and-mouse game between the major Internet search engines and search engine optimization (SEO) companies has an interesting result: As these two groups try to psych each other out to beat the other’s system, search capabilities are constantly improving for the consumer of

Who Really Pays Income Taxes

TweetShareSharePin11 SharesWho Really Pays Income Taxes With all the talk of the rich not paying their fair share of taxes and the tax cuts earlier this decade only going to the rich, here are some facts to contemplate and you as the reader can make up your own opinion. · The statement above could be

Obtaining a Federal Income Tax Refund

TweetShareSharePin44 SharesObtaining a Federal Income Tax Refund “You’re getting an income tax refund”! Those are the words that every taxpayer would love to hear. A federal income tax refund occurs if the tax you owe is less than the sum of the total amount of refundable tax credits claimed and the total amount of withholding

Tax FAQ: Answers To Basic Questions About Taxes

TweetShareSharePin33 SharesTax FAQ: Answers To Basic Questions About Taxes * What is a W-2 form? The W-2 is a form that an employee receives from his or her employer once a year. It is also sent to the IRS at the end of every year. The total annual wages paid and the taxes that the

Keep More of What You Make – Start A Home-based Business

TweetShareSharePin33 Shares Keep More of What You Make – Start A Home-based Business Source: Flickr The best advantages of owning a home-based business are you can turn non-deductible expenses into tax deductions. The deductions you create for your Schedule C have a more significant impact on the total taxes you pay than do deductions on

Filing Taxes Online Now Stress Free, Cost Free

TweetShareSharePin99 Shares Filing Taxes Online Now Stress Free, Cost Free Source: Flickr For many Americans, the 2005 tax season will tax the nerves, take a lot of time and maybe cost a bundle, too. Happily, there are ways to make doing taxes a lot faster, stress free and, possibly, cost free. This is all possible
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