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Tax Carnival Ecstasy – January 10, 2013

Welcome to the January 10, 2013 edition of Tax Carnival Ecstasy. In this edition we have an article from John Schmoll on the First Steps to Investing in the Stock Market for those looking to save for retirement. Bill Smith looks at President Obama And The Fiscal Cliff Deal that was recently signed after passage in the House of Representatives. And finally we have a post on Ways An IRS Tax Lawyer Help You.  Hope you enjoy the articles in the carnival, bookmark our page, like on Facebook, tweet, share with your friends and come back soon.

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Tax Carnival Ecstasy – November 29, 2012

We need to get this to the Fiscal Cliff! What ...

Welcome to the November 29, 2012 edition of Tax Carnival Ecstasy. In this edition we start with two articles from Bill Smith, a look at Eco Products That Are Tax Deductible and an article all about the Buffett Rule. Then there’s a post on the Fiscal Cliff and whether large corporations are immune by John Schmoll. Finally David de Souza examines Where Your Taxes Go. Hope you enjoy the material, bookmark, share, like on Facebook, tweet and follow the next edition of the carnival.

Shelby Martin presents 5 Reasons to Give Your Nanny a Year-End Review posted at GoNannies.com … Read more at 2009 Tax.

Self Employed? – Here’s 5 Reasons Why You Need An Accountant

For the self-employed, tax time can be an entirely different experience than for those who are either employed by another company or own their own business. Being self-employed means that you are technically both an employer and an employee, and are at times responsible for paying taxes on issues that affect both.

Taxes are already complex enough for the average individual, but that situation is exacerbated by your current status. As a result, it may be wise to talk to an accountant, as they can not only find special deductions and benefits, but save you the time and anxiety of … Read more at 2009 Tax.

How to Choose an Accountant

Due to the necessity for accurate book-keeping, many businesses outsource their accounting needs to a proven and successful chartered accountant.  Many businesses choose to employ an in-house accountant, which is also a successful strategy, depending on the size of the business. There are several key points to consider when choosing an accountant, four of which are detailed below.

Credentials: It is important that your chosen accountant is suitable educated in their field. They must be appropriately qualified to do the job you employ them for; you don’t want an accountant that is daunted by your books or intimidated by … Read more at 2009 Tax.

The Hidden Extras of a Loan

On the surface, getting a loan should be a straightforward process, but there are so many factors that can affect the final price paid. Hence, looking for the cheapest loans takes time and effort.

The best deals available will be offered to those customers with a good credit profile, but even they can get lower rates of interest (and hence monthly payments) by taking out a secured loan rather than an unsecured loan.

Secured loans are available for larger amounts borrowed over longer periods and, although the rate of interest will be lower (due to the additional security for the … Read more at 2009 Tax.

Retirement Savings There When You Need It

There are times when we find ourselves in financial pinches perhaps an unexpected medical bill or car repair or we could just be going through a rough patch and need some help. These are the times when we should consider a 401k loan because they are different than traditional bank loans in that they come with very low interest rates, there is no credit check and you have longer to pay them back which is done through payroll deductions. Though there are tax implications involved, it still may be your best bet.

All companies are different and have different … Read more at 2009 Tax.

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