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Hong Kong tax rules are not very complicated. However, many people are confused when preparing their tax returns because there are not many guidelines around. In this series of articles, we will explain some key ...
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Your CPA is keeping a close eye on client's finances during these troubled economic times. For many taxpayers around the country, it is their financial adviser's job to make sure income is reported correctly. Households are looking for extra income anyway they can get it.
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If you've decided to donate to make a charitable contribution, you'll need to organize the details of the donation to make the most of your efforts. Donating to charity isn't limited to just money; you can donate food, clothing, pet supplies and even blood, depending on the organization. Making any
There are so many government income tax forms. Here is a basic look at some of them.
Billing rate levels let you set custom service item rates for different employees and vendors. You might want to use them if you find that one standard rate for a given service is not always sufficient.
Generally, banks will pay property taxes on delinquent mortgages if the loan is set up with an impound account, also known as an escrow account. An impound account allows the bank or mortgage company to collect funds up front for future expenses, primarily property taxes and insurance. The amount ne
Employers withhold taxes from employee income to pay the Internal Revenue Service for the employees Social Security tax, Medicare tax and income tax. Workers who take odd jobs often have no employer and do not have taxes withheld from income. According to the IRS, "earnings you received from self-em
So you've decided that you're going to submit an Offer in Compromise to the IRS. That's great! Now the problem is that you really aren't sure what the IRS expects from you. You're not sure what to submit. If you know the answers to these simple questions, you can greatly red
Federal income tax returns must be filed by Apr. 15 each year by U.S. residents who meet certain income requirements. Federal income tax returns for 2009 can be filed online, or electronically, for faster processing by the government and for faster refunds to taxpayers who overpaid their taxes in 20
The filing deadlines for the U.S. tax year 2010 begin in April 2011. Each tax return must be postmarked or submitted electronically by the filing date. Penalties and interest will accrue in any unpaid taxes from the filing date, unless the taxpayer files an extension by the deadline. U.S. income tax
Governments that are struggling with debt and lost revenue are doing everything possible to increase their cash flow. Taxes are being raised on a number of things across the country. One such tax that has a lot of people angry is the soda tax that a few states have levied. The tax was first introduc
Filing federal income tax returns is important no matter what state you're in, and like most states, Colorado also has its own taxes. Your state taxes can be deducted from your gross income on your federal income tax return, resulting in a lower adjusted gross income, which may mean you owe less mon
Michigan allows up to three years to file an amended return. If you filed through Online Taxes, you can access your return and make corrections for free. If you did not originally file online, a fee of $49.95 is charged to amend the tax return online.
U.S. expatriates living abroad often make decisions about their finances and their tax preparation alone. Successful U.S. expatriates rely on the knowledge and experience of their trusted expat financial professional to help them manage all aspects of their finances regardless of the circumstances.
HSAs have a “triple” tax advantage from a federal tax standpoint.Individuals receive full tax advantages for HSAs on their Federal Income Tax return (or through a salary reduction program in certain employer-sponsored settings) regardless of particular state’s tax treatment of HSAs
Form 1099-MISC is the federal tax form that should be used to report taxable income other than wages, which are reported on Form W-2. Oil royalties are generally reported on Form 1099-MISC. One copy of the form is sent by the payer to the Internal Revenue Service and a second copy is sent to the pay