I got a pre-declined credit card in the mail. Wives are having sex with their husbands because they can’t afford batteries. Taxpayers don’t have any taxes to pay.
by MARC CENEDELLA I know the business section of the newspaper can be awfully depressing these days, folks. But the honest truth is that even in a recession, companies are looking for great leaders and professionals to help them grow and profit in promising areas of their business. Why, in just the past 30 days, […]
Today TaxMama hears from Carol in New York who tells us, “I have recently started an LLC. I am the only member. Do I take a paycheck from the business, or leave the money in the business? How are taxes figured? Will I pay personal and business income tax?”
By Robin Ryan It’s a great time to job hunt. Employers are hiring again, so maybe a new job is in your future. You won’t find it if you don’t look and market yourself well. Read on for some insights. Job search success doesn’t just happen. You need to make it happen! But what a […]
Today we hear from Sal in New York who’s angry, “After the smoke from subprime mortgages starts to clear, if CEO’s are convicted of fraud and sentenced to prison terms, do investors’ stock losses created by the CEO’s criminal actions fall under IRS regulations of capital loss or embezzlement? Do taxpayers have the option to […]