Tag Archives: The Wall Street Journal

TaxMama’s® 10 Tips for Business Success

Running a business or a department is complex, with innumerable people and government agencies pulling on you from all directions. With the endless demand for reports, it’s amazing that anyone is actually able to get work done, produce a product or finish a project. Yet, we do, don’t we? And we do it well. In […]

Ask TaxMama Issue 582 – A New Year

The year has just started – and the first business week has flown by!  We’ve been busy trying to revive all the Homebuyer’s Credit IRS has rejected for our owners of new manufactured housing. The Taxpayers Advocate Service has been an enormous help with this project. They too, are bewildered about some of the odd […]

Stupid Tax Tricks – Things Not to Do

None of us enjoys paying taxes. We see the very rich layer of society getting away with murder financially and naturally want the same privileges in life. Besides, getting something for free always holds appeal. As a result, tax return schemes get ever more complex. Internal Revenue Service’s databases can cross-reference Social Security numbers with […]

Useful Resources

Today TaxMama wants to give you some no-charge resources to help you protect your finances – and reduce your stress, and perhaps improve your health. Besides, all the questions directed to TaxMama in the last couple of days are either too complex, or too often repeated to bore you with, here.

Ask Taxmama Issue 437 – Mortgage Relief

Investment Pubs

Today TaxMama hears from Tanya on the Internet, who wants to know, “Can I deduct the expenses related to newspapers or newsletters recommending stocks?”