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Ask TaxMama Issue 521 – A Sweet New Year

Dear Family, Well, we survived another deadline. Tuesday was the final filing date for corporations. We’re used to that. No problem. But IRS also made that the new filing deadline for partnerships, trusts, estates and any other pass-through entity you could imagine. Suddenly, all the entities we used to be able to do when we […]

Ask TaxMama Issue 520 – Honoring 911 Weekend

Dear Family, First a moment of silence – pray for those who died, and those who helped on 9-11. If you’re interested, there’s a memorial site to honor all those involved and to look towards the future. http://www.national911memorial.org/ DEADLINE! Remember there are filing deadlines next Tuesday, September 15th. BIG deadlines. In the past, only corporate […]

Ask TaxMama Issue 519 – Happy Labor Day Weekend

Dear Family, Well, here we are, it’s already Labor Day weekend. The unofficial end to summer. For some, even children (remember way back then?), it comes as a relief. Too much goofing off can become tiresome. Though I could dearly use a month with no responsibilities whatsoever. Couldn’t you? But, do children these days even […]

Ask TaxMama Issue 518 – IRS Virtually

Dear Family, This will be a short issue, since your TaxMama® is on vacation. The EA Exam students voted to take two weeks off, until after Labor Day, before starting to study Part III. Although the class isn’t really a democracy, Rick and I jumped on the opportunity, since we haven’t had a moment to […]

Ask TaxMama Issue 517 – Admit You’re Happy

Dear Family, This is Admit You’re Happy Month. So I challenge you to take a really honest look at your life and your day. Let’s face it, you’re in pretty good shape. You’re healthier than the next zshlob. You’ve got a roof over your head, and you’ve got enough food to keep you alive. If […]

Ask TaxMama Issue 512 – To Your Health

Dear Family, Earlier this week Brent Clanton (www.cnn650.com )and I were discussing the proposed batch of tax legislation facing Congress this month. One of the ways the Legislature and President Obama propose to pay for the health insurance and other tax breaks is to tax the ‘rich’ – those earning over $250,000. Sounds like a […]