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Taxes — this is typically a confusing topic with complex twists and turns in just about every aspect of it. In our Blog, we provide articles, infographics, and more to help educate every person on the inner workings of the tax industry — whether that may be on new tax forms, tax law, opinion pieces, new IRS/state taxing authority developments, and so forth.

A nonresident alien is an individual who is not a U.S. citizen and does not…

A tax haven is a country, state or region that charges substantially low or negligible…

What is the Difference Between Inheritance Tax and Estate Tax?  The property and assets that…

Artists often have multiple income sources and usually, one of them is royalty. Royalties are…

Taxes are complicated when it comes to Native American tribes and their members because of…

An audit is never pleasant, but you can make it simpler and smoother by preparing…

Authors don’t usually think of themselves as entrepreneurs; however, the IRS treats them the same…

Unlike in an employer-employee relationship where the employer withholds taxes from the employee’s paycheck and…

It is not always that taxpayers get into tax debt because they do not pay…

The IRS conducts examinations of certain tax returns in order to ascertain compliance with tax…

The IRS’ Criminal Investigation (CI) has been asked to provide expertise and intelligence in order…

The IRS made an announcement in February this year that the interest the agency charges…

Tax scammers are not limited to anonymous entities operating from far. Many times, they can…

Payment platforms such as Venmo, PayPal, CashApp etc. are legally required to report certain financial…

Many people assume that the taxes in the U.S. are more severe than in other…

Most taxpayers know that taxes are charged on income received in the form of money,…

The tax season began on January 24th, 2022, 17 days earlier than last year. This…

Non-fungible token (NFT) is a unique digital asset that can be sold or traded. An…

California is considering increasing its taxes by $12,250 per household. This would double the taxes…

If an individual has tax debt, the IRS can seize their Social Security benefits to…

With keeping in view the disruptions caused by the Coronavirus pandemic, the IRS has extended…

With the coronavirus pandemic still raging on, taxes might not be on the top of…

The coronavirus pandemic has caused the IRS to delay its report to the Congress regarding…

Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC), or Employee Retention Credit, is a refundable tax credit that…

The IRS has announced that the agency will suspend most collection activities starting March 30,…

The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) of the U.S. Small Business Association (SBA) is a loan…

Stimulus checks have reached millions of Americans and more are underway. Most people are spending…

The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear the case of CIC Services vs. the IRS,…

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, even taxpayers who usually filed a paper return are now…

The deadline to file and pay federal income taxes has been extended to July 15,…

The Economic Impact Payment, also called stimulus payments, are automatically paid to eligible US residents…

The IRS announced in a notice that the optional 2020 standard mileage rate for business…

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was introduced to counter the economic…

There is uncertainty about how long the coronavirus will keep businesses paralyzed and that uncertainty…

Millions of Americans have received their stimulus checks. In the first four weeks of the…

The coronavirus is not only impacting our health and lifestyle, but also our finances. With…

The IRS is calling back its employees for work but without providing them with protective…

In cases of tax debt, the IRS determines the ability of the taxpayer to pay…

General Mills, in its case in the Claims Court against the IRS, alleged that the…

Taxpayers can deduct certain amounts from their taxable income, called tax deductions. Tax deductions reduce…

Doing your own taxes might seem tempting. You’d save tax preparer’s fee; and with a…

Tax credits reduce the amount of taxes you owe. If you qualify for one or…

The Economic Impact Payment, also called stimulus payments, are automatically paid to eligible US residents…

The past few years brought in many big changes in taxes: new tax forms, new…

Employers can defer the deposit and payments of their (the employer’s) share of Social Security…

The IRS took on Microsoft eight years ago for tax evasion, as the tax agency…

Earning extra money from a side gig is rewarding, but it also comes with its…

Is your state tax-friendly? This is what retirees who are planning a move need to…

To help taxpayers cope with the coronavirus outbreak, the IRS has started sending Coronavirus stimulus…

Nobody enjoys tax filing, but it can be made easier if you make a few…

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