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Holly Petherbridge's Articles in Taxes

  • Certified Public Accountant Helps Monitor Tax Changes
    Certified Public Accountants are always looking ahead to get the latest news or updates to IRS laws, forms or tax rates. While most CPAs are still working on 2012 extended tax returns, they are also watching for any news on the upcoming 2013 tax year.
  • CPA Addresses IRS Job-Hunting Tax Deductions
    If you are looking for a job, your local CPA advises you to keep track of the expenses. Believe it or not, there are tax deductions for some expenses accrued during job-hunting.
  • Tax Preparers Gearing Up for Affordable Care Act Tax Law Changes
    Professional tax preparers are busy learning the new laws set in place for January 2014 for the Affordable Care Act. The published updates are filled with technical words and complex explanations and might confuse the average tax payer. Having a trusted tax preparer on your side will make the compliance forms that much easier to fill out.
  • Certified Public Accountant Addresses Potential Retirement Account Tax Changes
    Certified Public Accountants are listening to the chatter between Congress and the President concerning changes to 401(k)s and IRAs. There is a lot of money set aside for people's retirements and the government has set its eyes on possible tax revenues. In 2011, there was a reported $4.86 trillion in IRA investments and $3.96 trillion invested in defined contribution plans which includes 401(k)s.
  • Certified Public Accountant Tax Insolvency Reminders
    You don't need your Certified Public Accountant to remind you that paying taxes to the IRS is mandatory. Everyone knows the importance, but some people avoid it for different reasons. Most often, a person would try to avoid paying their taxes because of affordability. The IRS is run by people who are aware of what many Americans go through financially and have made attempts to help relieve the stress of paying taxes.
  • Certified Public Accountant Shares Tax Tips For Newlyweds
    Summer brides have enough going on and would rather not interrupt their nuptial plans by visiting their local Certified Public Accountant. How can you put the two together? If the bride is going to be changing her name, the government will want to know as soon as possible. Once tax season arrives, the new name change should be in place with everything financial.
  • Benefit From Tax Credits: Use Your Wildomar Tax Specialist To Help
    Tax specialists will take the midpoint of the year to remind everyone who earns income that taxes are a year round process. Waiting until tax season to think about taxes could create unnecessary problems, especially for those who will owe liabilities to the IRS.
  • CPA Notes IRS's Simplification of In-Home Office Deduction
    Many home-based businesses and workers now have a new simplified option to claim deductions for 2013 taxes (filed in 2014). Your local CPA is spreading the word to those eligible for this deduction. Individuals may be able to deduct up to $1500, and using this simplified version, taxpayers will end up saving over 1.5 million hours a year in time allocated to tax preparation.
  • Tax Preparer Set For New IRS Filing Date
    Local tax preparers want you to know about the latest IRS updates concerning the Alternative Minimum Tax and "extender" provisions for those people who claim state and local sales tax deductions, higher education tuition and fees deductions and educator expenses deductions. It affects all who file electronically or with paper returns. For those people who will be filing Form 1040, the tax season will begin on January 30.
  • Local CPA Offers Small Businesses Tax Suggestions
    CPA alerts small businesses to start looking at end of the year tax strategies in order to relieve some of the burden for 2012 taxes.
    Purchasing new equipment for the 2012 tax year in order to take advantage of Section 179 would help your business. Businesses will be able to immediately deduct the entire cost of the most new equipment purchases up to $139,000 if it is placed in service by the last day of December.
  • Tax Advisor Gears Up For The Possible Loss of The AMT Exemption
    The end of this election year will bring some last minute tax confusion and tax advisors should gear up for an influx of calls come January. Since this has been an election year, some of the problems surrounding the Bush Tax Cuts have been less news worthy; not less important.
  • A Tax Specialist Will Guide Your Efforts To Payoff Tax Debt
    A professional tax specialist will help minimize any tax liabilities while helping to maximize a return. The emphasis put on deductions, retirement savings plans and tax credits are done efficiently to make your tax return the least negatively affected. Not being able to pay your taxes is one of the worst debts you can possibly create.

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