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Author: John R. Dundon II

Closing down your business is hard and heart breaking and if you are at the point that you are actually reading this post then people have probably been nagging you for money and you are at the end of your rope.  You worked hard to...

An abusive tax shelter generally offers inflated tax savings which are disproportionately greater than your actual investment placed at risk. Usually you invest money to generate income or capital appreciation but an abusive tax shelter generates little or no income or capital appreciation, and/or the...

The Tax Credit for Employee Health Insurance Expenses of Small Employers is part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act which was signed into law in March of 2010.  The Act makes a credit available to small employers who pay at least 50% of...

IF you find yourself 'running out of time' on the 90 day period, filing a tax court petition and paying court fees and representing yourself pro-se or hiring a tax court lawyer are last choice decisions. They are costly and tax court I hate to...

Regardless of the type of restaurant one fact that is consistent when it comes to IRS audits is that all restaurants have numerous sales transactions with small(er) dollar amounts, taking place in a short time frame, such as during lunch or dinner. Many restaurants, especially...

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