Today TaxMama hears from Leslie in the TaxQuips Forum who makes an excellent point. “When a Member of the Screen Actors Guild becomes disabled, in order to receive their Pension, they must sign paperwork. One of the acknowledgments is that “You have been made aware that FICA should not be taken out of your residuals […]
Dear FAMILY, The other day, I was talking to someone and he said something that really hit a chord with me. I’ve made mistakes, or bad decisions. There are times when I wish I had something differently. Over the years, in my career, in my business, in my tax practice, there were choices or […]
Today TaxMama hears from Linda in the TaxQuips Forum who wants to know. “How do I prove to the IRS that we can now net gambling losses against gambling winnings, per day, per gambling establishment, instead of deducting these losses on Sch A?
Today TaxMama hears from Shaun in the TaxQuips Forum who wants to write off his vacation. “My son and I are traveling to Florida. I have a property in Jacksonville, FL that I need to check on. Can I fly in and out of Jacksonville to take care of business? Then drive to Orlando for […]
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Today TaxMama hears from Chet in the TaxQuips Forum, who is concerned. “I gambled online quite extensively last year. However have a large net loss for the year. I have only “cashed out” of my online gambling account twice all year. I haven’t done the math yet, but I know I have a net loss. […]
Dear Family, On Friday’s, I try to devote the morning to writing and compiling Ask TaxMama. But the phones keep ringing today – generally with people I love to hear from. So, the conversations do take much longer than they should. This weekend we change the clocks, right after midnight Saturday night (or in the […]
Today TaxMama hears from Megan who is appalled, “I heard that when deducting expenses for a business lunch (say, you and a client went out for lunch to talk shop), you are only allowed to deduct 50% of the price of the meal. That is, only their portion of the bill as a legitimate tax […]