Your Guide to the Electric Vehicle Tax Credit

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Electric vehicles — let’s talk about them! It seems like many of my clients want to jump on the electric vehicle bandwagon now more than ever as they “heard” that they can get money back if they buy EVs. Well, yes and no. Technically you can say you are getting money back on your tax […]

How to Retire as a Business Owner

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Having a business and “retiring” is not as easy as just announcing to HR or your boss that you’re leaving. Follow our checklist to help you retire as a business owner.

Small Business Owners — Are You Classifying Your Employees Correctly?

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While cleaning out some old papers I had stacked up, I ran across an article from WAY back in 2013 on the IRS crackdowns on small businesses with payroll audits: “Payroll Audits Put Small Employers on Edge; Tax Crackdown Intensifies as More Businesses Use Contract Workers to Cut Costs; Firms Protest That Rules Are Unclear” […]

Finding a Tax Specialist That Will Meet Your Needs

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As an Enrolled Agent, taxes just so happen to be my specialty. Having someone in your corner to walk you through the process is not only a sigh of relief for you but will ensure that you walk away with solutions instead of more questions.

What A Tax Professional Will Tell You That Online Programs Don’t: Part 2

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So now you have work you have to ask yourself, am I self-employed or am I an employee and not getting taxes taken out or benefits? You are considered self-employed if you can take or leave a job, have other clients, and are independent of the “employer” in when and how you get the work completed.