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We get all sorts of fascinating questions from established US Taxpayers as well as those experiencing internationalism for the first time. It seems regardless of the degree of sophistication in US income tax filing obligations most people are out to lunch when it comes to...

My friends at the Colorado Department of Revenue Tax Division have been hard at work amending and repealing several different personal and corporate income tax regulations with a handful of notable mentions for non-residents and part year residents alike. The absolute biggest change to the CO 104...

Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (PATH) summarized by my friend Shirley Callahan EA. Some highlights include: Everyone will appreciate the permanency of the enhanced Educator Expenses, the Sales Tax deduction, and the R&D Credit. Section 179 is made permanent at $500,000 phasing out at...

The following is an article I coauthored with my friend Beth Logan for the November/December edition of the EA Journal.  Beth is the Treasurer of the Massachusetts Society of Enrolled Agents. In addition to taxes, she is a small business consultant. She has two electrical engineering...

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