Tag Archives: Taxes

Ask The Taxgirl: Can You Save Taxes By Treating Your Home As A Rental?

Shutterstock Taxpayer asks: Dear Taxgirl, My husband was told that if he reclassified our home to a rental property and rents it to me then we could avoid the $10K tax cap as the real estate taxes, mortgage interest, and … Continue reading

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The IRS Can NEVER waive interest on late taxes

A client who owns a business recently claimed an R&D tax credit.  The IRS denied his use of the credit, he hired me, we went to Tax Court and ultimately settled on most of the issues with the IRS.  My … Continue reading

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What Kids And Their Parents Should Know About Summer Jobs And Taxes

Shutterstock Now that the fireworks are over and summer is officially in full swing, many high school and college students are thinking about getting a seasonal job. Whether kids are serving up slices, mowing lawns or ringing up groceries, here’s what they … Continue reading

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On July 4, How Taxes, Tariffs & Tea Led To American Independence

US flags are seen near the Mall in front of the US Capitol in Washington, DC on July 3, 2018, a day ahead of the Independence Day holiday. Photo credit: MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images On July 4, 1776, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, … Continue reading

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Immigration & Taxes (2018) – 3 Important IRS Facts You Should Know

Immigration & Taxes (2018) – 3 Important IRS Facts You Should Know Immigration & Taxes (2018) – 3 Important IRS Facts You Should Know (Golding & Golding) When it comes to immigration and taxes, it can be very difficult to … Continue reading

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