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Thursday, 24 July 2014 14:10

Taxes and the 3 less desired

Scarcely anybody likes charges, yet some are more shocking than others. Here are three that ought to be at the highest point of the most-abhorred rundown.

1. The Alternative Minimum Tax

Some time ago, our cherished Congress devised the option least assessment (AMT), which is an extra to the "general" government wage charge. The expressed explanation behind the AMT was to verify that rich people who profit from numerous government pay tax reductions still need to pay in any event something to the Treasury.

Monday, 21 July 2014 14:18

Retirement for Small-Business Owners

Retirement Savings Options for Small-Business Owners

Owning a business accompanies advantages, for example, being your own particular manager. However entrepreneurs have numerous necessities to oversee, making it simple for sparing and retirement wanting to tumble off the radar.

There are 14.4 million independently employed laborers in the U.s. also very nearly 70% of them aren't sparing customarily for retirement - including 28% who aren't sparing whatsoever!

Coverage options if you lose your job

If you lose your job and are no longer covered through your employer, you may be able to find affordable health coverage in the Marketplace.

Here are some important things to know about job loss and health coverage:

Marketplace health coverage. If you lose your job-based insurance for any reason, you can buy a private health insurance plan in the Marketplace. This is true even if you leave your job

Multiple Options Available

Today, the Social Security Administration announced that local Social Security offices would continue to provide benefit verification letters until further notice.  Providing services when and where the public needs them remains central to Social Security’s efforts, while continuing to encourage federal, state, and local agencies to take advantage of Social Security’s data exchange programs that can serve customers more efficiently and effectively.

Using LLCs to minimize taxes according to David Green

Proper planning can minimize both the 0.9% additional Medicare tax and the 3.8% net investment income tax on high-earning couples.

Beginning in 2013, high-income individual taxpayers are subject to a new tax on earned income in addition to the Social Security or self-employment tax they are already paying. The burden is especially heavy for self-employed taxpayers who must pay the full tax on self-employment income as well as the new tax.

Friday, 18 July 2014 13:01

Are You Ready For An IRS Summons

Are You Prepared For An IRS Summons?

It may feel like a relaxing time of year with vacations and BBQs. But don't be fooled. The IRS doesn't take a summer break, and it could be compiling a list of documents that you must legally hand over.

When you owe back taxes, the IRS has the right to request anything that may help it collect on your debt – including personal information. If viewing this type of information will help the IRS in its collection efforts, you can expect to receive a summons

Friday, 18 July 2014 12:55

Using a Roth Conversion to Lower Tax

Utilize A Roth Conversion to Achieve Lower Tax Bills

One of the arranging alternatives that most all people have accessible to them is the Roth IRA Conversion. For the uninitiated, a Roth IRA Conversion is a transaction where you move cash from a Traditional IRA or a Qualified Retirement Plan (QRP, for example, a 401(k) into a Roth IRA. With this transaction, pretax sums would be incorporated in pay as assessable in the year of the Conversion.

As you may expect, settling on a choice like this can bring about an extensive duty effect, contingent upon the individual circumstances.

Tuesday, 15 July 2014 12:13

Should I charge Sales Taxes on Services?

Do you owe sales tax on services?

If you’re assuming services aren’t taxable, you might be in setting yourself up to fail an audit. States like Delaware, Hawaii, New Mexico, South Dakota, and Washington tax most services. Still others, like Texas and Minnesota, are actively expanding service taxability.

So how do you make sure you’re setting not yourself up for audit failure?

Tuesday, 15 July 2014 12:00

Property Assessment

How to Appeal your Property Assessment

Property taxes are based on your property’s assessed value, as determined by your county assessor. If you disagree with your county assessor’s valuation of your property, you can contact your assessor’s office to discuss the assessment and request a review of the valuation. If you are unable to reach an agreement with your county assessor, you can appeal your assessment to the assessment appeals board in the county where your property is located.

Types of Appeals and Deadlines for Filing

Sunday, 13 July 2014 15:52

Business Loans

What is an SBA Loan?

A 7(a) advance doesn't come straightforwardly from the SBA. Rather, an approved SBA loan specialist makes the advance and the SBA ensures a part of it, relieving a significant part of the danger for the moneylender.

With the SBA ensuring a substantial allotment of the credit, the moneylender can bring down its loaning models, permitting little entrepreneurs with less settled records as a consumer or less money stream to qualify.

Sunday, 13 July 2014 15:41

Health Care Waiting Periods

On January 1, 2014, the waiting period options for Blue Shield Small Business plans changed due to a new health care reform provision under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). California law limits the maximum waiting period to be no longer than the 60th day following the date of employment.

If the 60th day effective date results in a partial month of coverage, that partial month of coverage will now be reflected on the employer’s bill beginning with the August billing cycle. For newborns, the effective date of coverage is the child’s date of birth and the new child will be prorated for the partial month’s coverage as applicable.

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