Tag Archives: Telecommunications

IRS Commissioner Doug Shulman to the American Bar Association

WASHINGTON — Following is a speech delivered by IRS Commissioner Doug Shulman today in Toronto, Canada. (See links to related materials at end of this document.) It is my great honor and privilege to be in Toronto addressing the ABA. It is a very busy time at the IRS. And while I could speak to […]

Young People Rule!

(Or the Generation Gap) Bob, A self-confident college student was walking along the beach one day, when met an elderly gentleman, Mr. Franklin. They started talking. Young Bob explained to Mr. Franklin why it must be impossible for the older generation to understand or even identify with Bob’s generation.

Mixed Tele-Signals

Today TaxMama hears from Charles in Louisiana, who tells us. “I have an Internet consultation business (LLC) and I use my Internet connection and mobile phone primarily (but not exclusively) for business. Should I be able to expense these?”

Fifth Wheel

Today TaxMama hears from Brad in North Carolina, who says, “I am an independent contractor in both the telecommunications and catastrophic insurance claims industry. Which means I travel across the country on short-term assignments of less than a year, anywhere in the US. I am a permanent resident of the State of North Carolina and […]