Category Archives: General

Estimated Taxes

You may be required to make estimated tax payments in certain circumstances, such as not having taxes withheld from your wages or paying too little each paycheck. Self-employed people generally pay taxes through estimated payments at the same time. If you are confused about the process of making estimated tax payments, these four tips can […]

Record Retention

Your taxes have been deposited. Your repayment was deposited. You’re planning deductions and expenses for another year. So what should you do with the tax documents for this year? You may need to use the tax documents of your previous year as a reference or as evidence if you are audited. You should save your […]

Estimated Taxes

Under certain circumstances, you may be required to make estimated tax payments, such as not having taxes withheld from your wages or paying too little each paycheck for your taxes. At the same time, self – employed people usually pay taxes by estimates. Four facts concerning the payment of estimated taxes These four tips can […]

Selling your Home

Since the real estate market is beginning to show a positive trend, it is a good time to review the tax requirements for selling a home and any related tax breaks. If you sell your primary home (the one you lived in full time), it is likely that the sale will be tax – free. […]

Tax mistakes are more common than you think, and despite people worrying about making mistakes, they do happen. If you make a mistake when filing, it may take longer for the IRS to process your return but it’s not the end of the world. If you opt for e-filing, you decrease your chances of making […]

It’s halfway through the year, and there’s no time like the present to start thinking about next year’s taxes. With six months left to accumulate and organize your tax documents, starting to prepare early will only alleviate stress and aggravation when tax season arrives. The following five tips can help you make filing your taxes […]

Self-employed taxpayers are those who freelance, own their own business, or work on contract. Self-employed individuals have certain tax requirements that they must meet. If you are self-employed, you should be aware of these requirements when you file your federal income tax return. The IRS offers six different pieces of advice about how to correctly […]

The Treasure Offset Program

The IRS isn’t always out to get you, despite what Hollywood movies want you to thing. If you owe taxes, and aren’t able to pay the entire amount in a single lump sum, the IRS will work with you to make payment arrangements. It’s important to note that any back taxes owed or past due […]

Additional Medicare Taxes

Sometimes, depending on income, you may owe more money to Medicare. This is known as the additional Medicare tax, which is assessed at a 9% tax rate. For those who owe, tax time can be simpler if you’re aware of the following: Income threshold: your income, including Medicare wages, Self-Employment income and railroad retirement compensation, […]

According to the Affordable Care Act, health care that meets the lowest requirements is called a minimum essential coverage. Having minimum essential coverage is one way for taxpayers to avoid any penalties for not having health insurance. Without it, taxpayers may be fined for each month they’re without coverage, although the coverage gap exemption is […]