Tag Archives: Taxes

These &(#())$ tax forms!

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I know you said it.  These tax forms are a pain in the ….   You probably even said worse.

You complain how difficult it is to figure out how to pay your taxes.  Why there are so many forms.  Why it takes so long to complete the forms.  Or, perhaps you bring your stuff to someone like me to insure they are properly computed- one who enables you to pay the lowest amount of taxes required by law.

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Goldilocks makes decisions for the IRS now?

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As I have recently written, the SEC (US Securities and Exchange Commission) is not currently enforcing the rules about executive pay reporting.  This, despite the fact that most public companies pay excessive salaries to their executives. And, the IRS rarely challenges the pay that these public companies afford their bloated executive ranks.

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The Bill of Rights?

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Most of you know that I am (among many other professions and trainings) an Enrolled Agent.  That means that I have passed muster with the IRS (after a multi-day exam and copious CEU’s to stay current) to handle taxes and finances for any entity subject to the IRS rules and regulations.    As such, I interface with the various offices of the IRS at least once a week – and often more than once a day.

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For the self-employed or business owner

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This is the year that business owners have been dreading.  Oh, wait, successful business owners dread it.  Because if your taxable (not GROSS) income exceeds $ 200K ($250K for married couples or $ 125K for those employing married filing separately [MFS] status), then you can be subject to the new ‘investment’ tax.

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