Middle Class Tax Breaks

By |February 8th, 2015|

MIDDLE-CLASS TAX BREAKS

BY JAY ALLEN FINN, CPA, AND FORMER IRS REVENUE AGENT

Many in the middle […]

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Accounting for the Self-Employed

By |February 8th, 2015|

Self-Employment Tax Deductions and Credits
By: Jay Allen Finn, CPA – former IRS Agent

Do you own a business? Check out the following five ways to make tax law work for you.
Home-Office Tax Deductions
Whether you are self-employed or just do a little freelancing, you may be able to save some taxes. The home-office tax deduction is important. You can claim […]

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2014 taxes: getting ahead of the curve

By |December 11th, 2014|

Smart Tax Planning
This year so far
It isn’t January just yet, but we’re just around the corner from 2017. That’s enough time to do some year-end tax planning. First off, since there’s not a lot of tax changes going into 2017. But, sometimes last minute changes do happen. Our recommendations are straightforward. So, If we plan for 2016 taxes, we can […]

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2013 IRS Fresh Start Program – Helping Taxpayers That Owe the IRS

By |October 21st, 2013|

IRS Fresh Start
IRS Fresh Start Updates
The IRS has a new Fresh Start policy in place to assist struggling taxpayers. Some individuals or small businesses owe large sums of money. There IRS offers three primary solutions to taxpayers with tax problems.
Notice of Federal Tax Liens
The IRS increased its threshold on the Notice of Federal Tax Liens from $5,000 to $10,000.
IRS Fresh Start Installment Payment […]

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