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Tax Guidance & Preparation

As part of the IRS's continuing efforts to require greater disclosure of tax positions and strategies on returns, it recently released new, mandatory disclosure rules for grouping passive activities. Rev. Proc. 2010-13 for the first time mandates that passive-activity groupings and regrouping, as required under...

There are number of reasons the IRS sends notices to taxpayers. Each letter and notice offers specific instructions on what you need to do to satisfy the inquiry. If you receive a correction notice, you should review the correspondence and compare it with the information...

As a small business owner you may hire people as independent contractors or as employees. There are rules that will help you determine how to classify the people you hire. This will affect how much you pay in taxes, whether you need to withhold from...

There are five requirements the IRS assesses as part of granting innocent spouse relief: 1. Education Level - Does the innocent spouse possess the skill set, background, and/or experience to understand the jointly filed tax return? 2. Involvement in Financial Affairs - To what extent did...

If you get a bill this summer for late taxes, you are expected by the IRS to promptly pay the tax owed including any penalties and interest. First you should consider appealing the determination based on merit and evidence. For more information on...

The Internal Revenue Service may have money for you. Was your income below the limit that requires you to file a tax return? If so, you may still be due a refund. If you have not filed a prior year tax return and are due...

If you receive a letter or notice from the IRS, it will explain the reason for the correspondence and provide instructions. Many of these letters and notices can be dealt with simply, without having to call or visit an IRS office. The notice you receive covers...

For income tax depreciation purposes there are two major types of assets: Sec. 1250 real property and Sec. 1245 personal property. When owners acquire commercial property or tenants invest in leasehold improvements, many only allocate the purchase price between land (non-depreciable) and building (depreciated as...