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Tax Jokes and Quotes


Do you realize that some tax forms ask you to check a box if you are BLIND?

Tax Audits: What Signs Make You More Likely to be Audited by the IRS?


It's a major fear for most Americans: A notice from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) summoning you for an audit.

Anticipating Your IRS Refund Can Cost You Plenty


While accountants are reaching for aspirin, millions of Americans are reaching for some fast cash this tax season. Unfortunately, those who reach for fast cash in the form of a ?refund anticipation loan? are getting hit with interest rates and fees that are out of this world.

Business Tax Deductions


As we enter mid-March, taxpayers begin to become very interested in deductions. Following are a few that you may be entitled to claim.

Tax Reduction Tips


In the rush to get tax returns prepared and filed by April 15th, many overpay their taxes. Following are a few tax reduction tips that could help you save a bundle.

What the Tax Software Companies Dont Want You to Know


Haven?t done your taxes yet? No problem. Now there is a new way you can use top tax software programs, like TurboTax and H&R Block, to get your taxes done quickly and easily. And the best part is it won?t cost you a thing.

Taxation of Isle of Man Companies from April 2006


At the present time a company incorporated in the Isle of Man, owned by non-residents and which complies with the other statutory requirements, is not liable to Isle of Man taxation. Whilst locally trading companies pay tax at 18%, a qualifying offshore company pays a flat annual tax of 475 or 1,000.

How To Get An Instant Pay Raise


As a gentleman was leaving my class recently, he wanted me to clarify something I had said. He was making sure that he should take his four or five thousand dollar tax refund and pay off debt.

Know A Tax Cheat? Get Paid To Tell The IRS


According to the IRS, taxpayers underpay their taxes by some $300 billion. If you know someone that is contributing to that deficit, the IRS may be willing to pay you up to $10 million for the information you provide. The bigger the cheating you report, the more you're likely to receive.

Tax Tips for Home-Based Business Owners


As tax time approaches, many home-based business owners begin completing their forms or paying their accountants with trepidation. This nervousness comes from two sources: a fear of being audited and a fear of having to pay a lot. For the most part, both of these fears are unfounded.

Business Tax Loophole: Leasing Assets To Your Corporation


While there are many equally valid reasons to incorporate, saving money on taxes is a consideration that can yield relatively immediate results. Leasing assets to your corporation is a tax strategy you should absolutely consider if you already have a corporation or are thinking about forming one. Here's how it works.

How to Maximize Your Home Business Tax Deductions for 2005


Someone once said, ?the best way to calculate your taxes is?Honestly?. For 2005, add ?Smartly? to that and you?ll get to keep more than you make. This April 15th is going to be the day of reckoning for every taxpayer. If you are smart enough with your accounting and keep your eyes and ears open, this could be your favorite day of the year. Take full advantage of tax deductions due you and you can come back richer from the IRS office.

Home Business Tax Tips


If you have recently started an Internet or home business, your probably a little intimidated by having to submit a tax return and the possibilities of being audited. Simply follow these guidelines and rest assured that filing your next tax return will go smoothly.

Car Donation: An Easy Way to Support Your Favorite Charity and Get a Tax Deduction


Most people look forward to getting their tax return, but one of the downsides to filing taxes is that you may find yourself owing the taxman come April 15. What do you do when you realize that you not only owe money, but you owe more than you can pay at the time?

IRS Offer-in-Compromise, Hype or Hope?


"Settle for Pennies on the Dollar! IRS debts settled for $20 Wipe out the Penalties with an Offer"-such is the language of Offer-in-Compromise promoters. What they fail to tell you is that one has to qualify for an Offer and few taxpayers will be able to meet the tough standards for an OIC.

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