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Taxing Times

    10 Tax Tips for Your Online Business

    The information provided in this article is based on general online research so be sure to check out all new tax laws and/or consult a professional.

    How to Reduce the Biggest Expense of Your Life: Taxes

    Advice on Troubleshooting the Tax System

    The following are some of the most expensive and common tax hurdles affecting Americans and offers advice on troubleshooting our tax system.

    How Your IRA Can Become Your Tax Nightmare

    By Gary Marriage, Jr.

    Millions of Americans have put away money into their Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) throughout their professional lives, which the government encourages with tax-deferred growth throughout the working years, allowing employees to accumulate more money faster — but there’s a catch. 

    Taxing Times

    Teaching Kids About Managing Their Money

    By Cary Siegel

    The following are every dad’s three “must teach” principles in personal money management.

    Why You Should Not Fear an IRS Audit

    The Fear of the Unknown Will Play a Huge Role in How You React

    Stay calm. There are a variety of reasons why your returns might be reviewed.

    You think you’ve done everything right, submitted your tax returns on time, worked closely with your accountant, and kept track of your expenses all year, and then suddenly, you find yourself in receipt of a notice from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or State Taxing Authority… Something is wrong. Your tax return is being reviewed. First thing you must do is stay calm.

    Use Tax Season to Organize for the Future

    Financial planner Rick Rodgers, author of The New Three-Legged Stool: A Tax Efficient Approach To Retirement Planning (www.TheNewThreeLeggedStool.com), says tax time is a great time to get organized. He suggests these five steps to help you effectively organize your finances

    Organize your finances with five steps.

     

    2013 Tax Resolutions

    Get an Early Start on Tax Season

    By Sharon Lechter

    "It’s not too early to look ahead to tax season to consider steps you can take now to make that often dreaded deadline a bit easier."

    You read that right. As one year comes to an end and another begins, people often look to make changes in every aspect of their lives — especially finances. So now is a good time to think about taxes.

    Additional Tax Assistance Options for Your Business

     

    If you would like to get the advantages of having a professional do your taxes, but you feel you cannot afford it, there are still options.

    Taxing Times. Have You Filed?

     

    Simple Steps You Can Take To Avoid A Tax Audit
    Even If You Haven’t Filed Your Taxes

    By Lance E. Rothenberg

    You did it. You gathered the courage and started your business. You set up your home office and purchased advertising.  You worked your contacts and negotiated a healthy roster of accounts. Your hard work has paid off, and the revenue is coming in; so much so that you hired staff. You made it as an entrepreneur, and you should be congratulated! Now imagine this scenario: It’s late May and you haven’t filed your individual income tax returns. Maybe you haven’t filed for a year or two (or more!).
     

    Which Tax Group Do You Belong To?

    No Taxes Nate, Accidentally Profitable Alex, or Eddie the Enduring Entrepreneur?
    By Greg Crabtree

    I would classify entrepreneurs into three groups when it comes to taxes:

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