The newly enacted “Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization, and Job Creation Act of 2010” signed into law on December 17, 2010 provides for several changes to both individuals and businesses, including [Read more…] about Overview of the tax provisions in the 2010 Tax Relief Act
PITFALLS TO AVOID WHEN STARTING YOUR OWN BUSINESS
December 7, 2010, Exton, PA — Frank Haarlander, CPA spoke to Right Management associates about “Pitfalls to Avoid When Starting Your Own Business”. Right Management is the career management expert within Manpower, a global leader in employment services.
Mr. Haarlander discussed steps to consider [Read more…] about Pitfalls To Avoid When Starting Your Own Business
TAX PREPARATION DISCOUNTS FOR POLICE, FIRE & EMERGENCY PERSONNEL
December 10, 2010, Exton, PA — Keystone Financial Solutions, P.C., an Exton CPA firm, is offering to prepare the 2010 Form 1040, PA-40 and local earned income tax returns for all police, fire and emergency personnel in East Whiteland, West Whiteland, Uwchlan and Upper Uwchlan Townships for a flat fee of $150.
“We want to show our appreciation [Read more…] about Tax Preparation Discounts for Police, Fire & Emergency Personnel
The IRS is mailing letters to homeowners who claimed the First-Time Hombuyer Credit. The IRS is notifying the homebuyer that unless the home remains the primary residence of the homebuyer for at least 3 years after it is purchased, the homebuyer/taxpayer will have to repay the entire credit.
Examples of situations when a home is no longer considered a primary residence include . . . [Read more…] about IRS Mailing To First-Time Home Buyers
Nathan J. Hochman wrote an article published by CCH, a Wolters Kluwer company, that discusses the lessons learned from the Wesley Snipes tax convictions. Mr. Hochman is a Partner at Bingham McCutchen LLP. Mr. Hochman is a former Assistant Attorney General of the U.S. Department of Justice’s Tax Division and represented the government in Wesley Snipes’ sentencing. Mr. Hochman’s sense of humor is eloquently blended with the lessons learned by this case.
Over the last two years, Wesley Snipes, star of the BLADE vampire trilogy, has been fighting [Read more…] about Wesley Snipes Tax Conviction
The IRS is sending business taxpayers notices by mail announcing that effective January 1, 2011, they are required to make their federal tax deposits electronically. The notice states that failure to make an electronic payment will result [Read more…] about IRS Discontinuing 8109 Coupon