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Today TaxMama®wants to give you some steps to take before the end of 2018. Dear Family, This year, it’s especially difficult to figure out how to reduce your taxes. The average couple is not likely to be itemizing any more. Folks with high employee business expenses won’t be able to use them. Individuals with mortgages […]
In November’s monthly visit with Jim Blasingame, we discussed some current issues brought up by the IRS at the November 2018 Stakeholder Liaison meeting. For more details – read today’s blog post http://taxmama.com/tax-quips/are-you-losing-your-passport/ Learn how to avoid this problem – read today’s blog post http://taxmama.com/tax-quips/paycheck-check-up/
Course Title: TaxMama® TCJA Planning Webinar subtitle: Tax Cuts and Jobs Act – Tax Planning for Small Businesses and Employees with Large, Unreimbursed Business Expenses Speaker: Eva Rosenberg, EA, CTC, CTRS Date and Time: On-Demand Cost: $99 (Free to TaxMama® Prime EA Students and TaxMama® Family Members) All full-pay registrations include a copy of the new […]
News Courtesy of Spidell Publishing: Governor signs two important tax bills (09-24-18) Governor Brown has signed AB 2503, which makes a domestic corporation and a limited liability company subject to voluntary or involuntary administrative dissolution or administrative cancellation if: The entity either never did business or filed returns/paid tax when it was operating and has no […]
Today TaxMama® hears from KW who is selling his former residence. He wants to know if the residence he bought in 1991 and converted to a rental in 2007 still qualifies for the personal residence exclusion of $250,000?