Today TaxMama® hears from various people in the TaxQuips Forum, with a variety of questions about illegal activities or very private information.
Courtesy of the IRS WASHINGTON — As the final stretch of the 2012 tax filing season unfolds, the Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers that they can get valuable last-minute tips by following the IRS on Twitter. The IRS Twitter news feed, @IRSnews, provides the latest federal tax news and information for taxpayers. The focus of […]
The intricacies of nonprofit finance: solicitations, donations, gifts, pledges, 990, 1099, annuities, acknowledgements, meaningful budgets and reports make this topic rich with possibilities. You’re panting, now aren’t you?
Transcript of the Staples and TaxMama Twitter Tax Event 2/28/12 I want to thank EVERYONE who joined us, retweeted us and asked great questions. Staples: Kick off tweets Welcome to our Twitter tax event! We were here with @TaxMama, ready to lay down some tax tips and answer questions. Okay, here we go! Take it away, […]
Dear Family, I left the house this week. You don’t think that’s news? Let me tell you, I am so well cocooned here in this office, that I can reach out and do anything from here – even teach a class with a 100 people. And do a fabulous Twitter chat with Melinda Emerson the […]
Courtesy of Greatland Corp Avoid penalties, improve compliance and know the important changes for the 2011 year-end Grand Rapids, Mich., Oct. 25, 2011 – Every year brings with it new changes related to W-2 and 1099 forms and reporting requirements. Due to the government’s increasing focus on the proverbial “tax gap,” it’s more important than […]
Dear Family, The stock market has been quite a ride this week. Someone was kind enough to thank me for my wise and useful advice and wanted to know if I could also help him with his septic system. (In other words…in case you missed the sarcasm, he’s saying I’m full of excrement.) Which is […]
Dear Family, The week just seems to fly by when you have interesting and exciting things to do. And we definitely have those around here! We’ve been working with the folks at NASBA to arrange for continuing education credit for CPAs who take TaxMama’s® courses and the SFV Breakfast roundtable. It takes a lot of […]
Dear Family, Join me today at 11:00 am PT, as I visit Paul Petillo, author of Retirement Planning for the Utterly Confused (love that title!) on Financial Impact Factor Radio. 600 issues of Ask TaxMama! Wow! Thanks to all of you who have been with me since the beginning. It’s been an interesting roller coaster […]
Dear Family, Happy Mothers Day weekend. Rather than going to crowded, noisy, over-priced places with bad service on Sunday, consider having everyone go to Mom’s and bring the food and dishes. She won’t have to cook or clean up – and you’ll all have a better time. Good news for taxpayers like you, and all […]
Dear Family, This morning has been filled with last-minute work, finalizing articles for MarketWatch and the AccountingWeb.com blog, responding to students and clients – and messing with interface for the newsletter (I could scream!) And the time has rushed by. I need to run out for appointments, so today’s issue will be brief. We have […]