Welcome to the November 5, 2013 edition of Tax Carnival Ecstasy. In this edition we start with an article on The Government Shutdown delaying The Start Of The January Tax Season by Bill Smith. Lee Hadnum has a nice article onNon-Resident & Offshore Tax Planning that you should take a look at. Hope you enjoy all the material and follow the carnival to it’s next destination.
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IRS Publication 17
IRS publication 17 deals with general instructions and guidance for people using form 1040. Paying income tax can be daunting but reading this publication will aid you in this process. The materials contained in this publication are the interpretation of the Internal Revenue Service of court decisions, treasury regulations, tax laws, and additions to the tax code. It also deals with general rules and reminders to help you file your return.
Surviving An IRS Audit
An IRS tax audit is requested when the tax filer submits tax information that doesn’t match with that submitted by employers, brokerage firms, banks and other institutions. This document-matching is only one means of identifying tax returns to be audited. The Discriminant Function System (DIF) is a point system the IRS gives each return rating it on its possibility of containing fraudulent information. Informants are still a popular means to detecting who has filed a fraudulent tax return and finally, self-employed persons and persons earning $200,000-1 million are often pursued when their returns appear suspicious.
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Know the Impact of Bankruptcy on Your Taxes
The term bankruptcy is considered as a legal status of an individual or company that happens to be unable to repay their incurred debts from their creditors. In most cases, bankruptcy is being imposed by the court orders. It is usually initiated by the debtor. However, sometimes the weight of the issue is given to the debtor from the creditors.
TaxCaster: The Mobile Tax Calculator For Taxpayers
Tax calculators are popular tools for consumers these days. Before filing one’s taxes, a person can take advantage of a calculator. Such tools require some personal and financial information in order to generate a tax refund estimation. An individual will know in moments whether they owe money or will be receiving money from the Internal Revenue Service. With that in mind, TaxCaster from TurboTax is the best option available.
Tax Carnival Ecstasy – March 28, 2013
Welcome to the March 28, 2013 edition of Tax Carnival Ecstasy. In this edition we start out with an article from Bill Smith on the recent fight between H&R Block and TurboTax over the advertisements that Intuit has been running about part-time tax preparers. We also have a great article John Schmoll from Frugal Rules on why financial adviser compensation is an issue when selecting a professional to invest your money. Hope that you like all the articles, share on Facebook, tweet, bookmark, and come back real quickly.« go back — keep looking »