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POSTED ON February 21, 2022
How to Get Rid of Back Taxes?
Depending on both the amount of the back taxes owed and how many years have been missed can determine how[…] ...
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POSTED ON December 10, 2021
How Do I Get Rid of Tax Debt?
Making an IRS payment plan, applying for an offer in compromise, requesting for a delay in collection, and working with[ ...
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POSTED ON May 24, 2021
Behind on Payroll Taxes?
A business falling behind on payroll taxes can have significant consequences, such as the imprisonment of the owner, fin ...
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POSTED ON January 12, 2018
Companies: what to do if your W-2 data has been hacked
Recently, hackers have been trying a new tactic to steal people’s identities: they’re targeting company payroll ...
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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 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 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 07, 2017
What do tax overhaul proposals mean for ‘gig economy’ workers?
There is no shortage of analysis related to taxes right now. The president has offered a peak at what he[…] ...
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POSTED ON October 31, 2017
Protecting tax-exempt status if you have it
Gaining legal status as a nonprofit organization is not easy. The reason for this is simple. As we have noted[…] ...
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