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POSTED ON December 28, 2017
How to prepare for retirement when you’re self-employed
If you’re a permanent employee, all of the benefits your employer provides may go largely unnoticed. However, if you ...
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POSTED ON December 21, 2017
I’m self employed. How much will I pay in taxes?
Independent contractors have been increasingly taking the place of permanent employees in many companies across the Unit ...
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POSTED ON December 13, 2017
Understanding when and how to take itemized deductions
When you file your taxes, you’re allowed to take a tax deduction. This is an amount that you can subtract[…] ...
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POSTED ON December 09, 2017
The IRS intends to seize your home. What can you do?
For whatever reason, you ended up in a position where you owe money to the Internal Revenue Service. You may[…] ...
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POSTED ON December 07, 2017
When small business owners fail to pay their taxes
Owning a small business is not for the faint of heart. At times, it can be a challenging, financially unstable[…] ...
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POSTED ON November 28, 2017
One simple way to reduce your risk of tax refund fraud
We’ve been talking about it a lot recently. It’s peppering the news almost daily. The Equifax breach earlier this ye ...
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POSTED ON November 22, 2017
National Tax Security Awareness Week: Nov. 27–Dec. 1
In the wake of the Equifax data breach earlier this year, tax payers may be more wary than ever about[…] ...
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POSTED ON November 16, 2017
Congress proposes to change tuition-related taxes
Many Las Vegas residents who are paying for student loans and tuition have a hefty financial burden. If you have[…] ...
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POSTED ON November 13, 2017
More effects of divorce on taxes
In one of our posts last month, we talked about the value of the innocent spouse rule when dealing with[…] ...
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POSTED ON November 09, 2017
Income taxes and gambling losses
Living here in Las Vegas, you may spend at least some of your time at the casinos. You relish your[…] ...
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