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  • VAT Refund: Why You Should Get Professional Help To Reclaim VAT  By : Leslie Gilmour
    Large amounts of value added tax (VAT) on purchases made in Europe go unclaimed by companies each year. The main reason is that many companies are unaware they can reclaim VAT on purchases made outside their own countries.
  • Your Home Based Business Tax Deductions  By : James Lowe
    Your home based business tax deductions are a very important part of your business that must be worked on all year long.
  • Use Your House as a Tax Shelter  By : Mika Hamilton
    A good tax shelter is hard to come by, but the perfect shelter may be right in front of your eyes. Most people do not realize that that the government allows us to use our homes as a way of collecting a tax deductions, credits, and benefits.
  • New Laws on Donating a Car  By : Jessica Deets
    It is advisable for a car donor to discuss with his tax advisor before putting his efforts and acts together to donate a car. Donating a car is no longer treated as a very desirable tax deduction option with the new laws taking effect.
  • Taxes and Donating a Car  By : Jessica Deets
    New laws on car donation clearly specify the following - when a taxpayer donates a vehicle for which the claimed value is $500 or more, the precise deduction that can be claimed will depend on how the charity plans to use the vehicle. If the auto is sold by the nonprofit organization, then the taxpayer will be able to deduct only the amount of gross proceeds the organization got from the sale.
  • Tax fraud and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Tools  By : Hans Hasselfors
    What is tax fraud, and how does our government control it? That's a really big question to answer, so let's break it apart and answer it in two different paragraphs. Tax fraud is the intentional avoidance of tax due by a taxpayer, corporation, or other legal entity. There is a vast difference between the opportunity to minimize your tax liability and the direct avoidance of any responsibility.
  • Social Security Tax  By : Hans Hasselfors
    You should be able to find several indispensable facts about social security tax in the following paragraphs. If there's at least one fact you didn't know before, imagine the difference it might make.
  • Income Tax Refunds  By : Hans Hasselfors
    Are you looking for some inside information on income tax refund? Here's an up-to-date report from income tax refund experts who should know.
  • Self-Employment Tax  By : Hans Hasselfors
    This article addresses some of the key issues regarding self-employment tax. A careful reading of this material could make a big difference in how you think about self-employment tax.
  • Why Our Political Leaders Should Embrace the Fair Tax Plan.  By : John DeJong
    The Fair Tax Plan (HR.25/S.25) has been out for well over a year now and yet there are still many people who have never even heard of it. One would think that a plan as bold and beneficial as this would be sounded from one coast to the next. Yet that is not the case. As a point of fact there are many liberal political leaders who continually ridicule the Fair Tax Plan whenever it is mentioned.
  • What Would It Mean To Pass The FairTax Plan?  By : John DeJong
    How would you like to keep one hundred percent of everything you earn? That is one hundred percent of your paycheck, your savings interest, your inheritance, your winnings and any money given to you from a benefactor. How much would you like never to have to worry about tax laws, deadlines, audits, penalties and punishments?
  • Selling Your Business- Deal Structure and Taxes  By : Dave Kauppi
    When you sell your business, getting good tax advice before the deal is structured is worth its weight in gold.
  • Selling Your Business - A Tool To Reduce Capital Gains Taxes  By : Dave Kauppi
    When you sell your business, wouldn't it be nice to pay Uncle Sam as little as possible. This article discusses a method to greatly reduce and delay capital gains and depreciation recapture on the sale of your business.
  • Monaco Tax Haven Resident Mix Changing  By : Roger Munns
    Europe's favourite tax haven, Monaco, is seeing more business women taking up residency.
  • Back Taxes Owed to IRS Now Collected by Private Debt Collectors  By : Neil Lemons
    I.R.S. back taxes and delinquent taxes under $25,000 or less owed by taxpayers will now be attempted to be collected by up to three private collection agencies.
    Learn why the I.R.S. is allowing this & and one tax professional's opinion.
  • Are You Required to Report Your eBay Earnings?  By : Kristine McKinley
    Many people ask me if they are required to report the profits they earn on items they sell on eBay on their income tax return. In short, yes.
  • Is Your EBay Activity a Business or a Hobby?  By : Kristine McKinley
    Many eBay sellers start out as a hobby, or just to clean out their closets. Many times, this hobby can lead to a profitable business.

    A hobby is an activity that you do simply because you love doing it, but it may also earn you some income. That income must be reported on your tax return, even if it is just a hobby.
  • Top 7 Ways to Reduce Income Taxes  By : Kristine McKinley
    Are you paying too much in income taxes? Are you getting all the credits and deductions you are entitled to? Here are 7 tips to help you minimize taxes and keep more in your pocket:
  • Delinquent Taxes - What Happens if I Don't Pay the IRS?  By : Neil Lemons
    This article was created to aid you in understanding the ramifications of delinquent income tax returns, and explain why you may see extra tax charges you did not originally have assessed by the federal government.
  • Top 6 Best Tax Tips for Online Education  By : Bryan Wong
    Here are 6 top tax tips you should read before April 15. These tips can save you money. Utilize these tips and you will likely complete your tax returns on time correctly with less stress and have better chances of earning greater tax returns.
  • Home Based Business Tax Deduction Topic - Home Office  By : Robert Rogers
    If you are self-employed and run you business from a space in your home, you may qualify for a home office tax deduction. This article will cover the requirements to qualify for a home office deduction.
  • Home Business Tax Savings - Business Travel  By : Robert Rogers
    If you have a home business that requires you to travel, either by plane, car, or train, then you have additional tax deductions you may qualify for. This includes but is not limited to the cost of airfare, meals, dry-cleaning, and hotel/motel expenses. This article will cover the rules and requirements so you can claim these deductions on your 2006 tax return.
  • Home Based Business Tax Deduction Topic - Vehicles  By : Robert Rogers
    This article will cover vehicle related deductions that often get overlooked by home-based businesses. Our focus will be for individuals with no employees, however many of the deductions will apply to small business and large corporations as well.
  • WEB TRAFFIC – Part 1  By : Deepak Bansal
    One needs to understand what Web traffic is before knowing about its work process. Web traffic is basically referred to the information sent and received by Netizens on a web site. Web traffic depends on the number of visitors who are visiting different web pages. The more they visit the page the higher would be the Web Traffic.
  • Tax Considerations When Re-Financing  By : John Pawlett
    For many homeowners the overall goals of re-financing are often paying less in interest overall and reducing monthly payments.
  • Tax Return Forms  By : Lukas Wade
    Earning an income is just a mean of solving your financial problems. Once you steady your fiscal situation, you find the filing of your income tax return a rather stressful procedure. It refers as well to 1040ez form as to 1040 or 1040a forms. The main reason for the stress in filling in these tax return forms is the numerous exemptions and deductions that have to be taken into consideration.
    Great news that there is Turbo Tax Software to help You with this process.
  • Get Tax Help To Avoid Getting Caught In A Financial Mess!  By : Brooke Hayles
    It has been said that there are two certainties in life, death and taxes. While you can do nothing about the first there is all kinds of help available when it comes to paying taxes. Getting the right kind of advice is crucial if you are to save at least some of your dollars.
  • Get Tax Help From The IRS - It Can Greatly Help You  By : Brooke Hayles
    Tax help is important for most of us, because not everyone is an accountant. There are many ways a taxpayer could go about obtaining tax help and some of these avenues will save you money.
  • How A Tax Attorney Can Help Save Your Hard Earned Income  By : Brooke Hayles
    A tax attorney can handle all of your tax needs. For corporations that have more complex tax situations it's imperative to secure the services of a professional. Choose someone who speaks clearly and who you believe is knowledgeable and honest. You just might end up saving more than you thought this year!
  • Choosing the Right Tax Software for You  By : William Smith
    With so many tax software programs on the market, many people are foregoing tax professionals and preparing their own taxes.
  • How To Prepare For Your Tax Savings  By : William Smith
    As the tax code grows by several encyclopedia volumes each year, more and more tax preparation services and software programs spring up all over the country.
  • Getting The Proper Tax Help Could Save You Big Bucks  By : William Smith
    It's no wonder that people need tax help. After all, the Internal Revenue code is tens of thousands of pages long and grows longer by hundreds of pages each year.
  • Surprise - You Have Been Audited By The IRS  By : Grant Segall
    One of an American citizen's worst fears is an audit by the IRS. The unlucky individual who is the target of an audit begins to conjure up images of penalties, fines, levies, or worst of all, jail time.
  • Monaco Realtors Say No To Tax Haven Millionaires  By : Tribune
    Monaco property prices have matched New York and London in recent years, and property prices look likely to go even higher in Monaco next year.

    Recent surveys are all showing positive signs for Europe's favourite tax haven.
  • Donating A Car - What IRS Want You To Know  By : Joshua Poyoh
    When donating your car to your favorite charity, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) wants you to be aware of certain pitfalls. After Dec. 31, 2004, taxpayers planning their charitable giving, donors should understand the way that the American Jobs Creation Act of 2004 will alter the rules for the contribution of used motor vehicles, boats and planes.
  • Why Is A Hybrid Car Tax Deduction Worthwhile?  By : Michael Williams
    Being environmentally conscience can be an advantage when it comes to saving you some money on your taxes with the fairly new hybrid car tax deduction. This is a new provision, since 2004, under the Working Families Tax Relief Act that allows for a hybrid automobile tax reduction. Find out more...
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