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Steps To Qualify For Bonus Depreciation Before Year-End 2012

Posted on November 12, 2012

The tax code provides for 50 percent first-year bonus depreciation for 2012. If property qualifies for bonus depreciation, the…

Don’t Be Tripped Up By The Wash Sale Rules

Posted on November 10, 2012

If you sell a security before the end of 2012 to take advantage of a capital loss, be aware of the wash sale rules. To make sure…

Year-End Tax Planning Moves Forward With or Without Congress

Posted on November 09, 2012

The fate of many of the tax incentives taxpayers have grown accustomed to over recent years will likely remain up in the air until…

Are You Following the I-9 Requirements?

Posted on November 07, 2012

Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification seems to be such a simple form to complete; however, errors still get made.  In order…

Roth Conversions Are Taxable

Posted on November 06, 2012

If you convert a traditional IRA to a Roth, there's a price to pay. Converted amounts attributable to tax-deductible contributions,…

Fiscal Sponsorships

Posted on October 24, 2012

A fiscal sponsorship exists when one organization, the “fiscal sponsor” shares its tax exempt status with another organization, the…

Political Campaign Intervention

Posted on October 10, 2012

It’s an election year which means an increased opportunity for nonprofit organizations to engage in activities that may jeopardize…

Forgiven Debt Can Be Taxed As Income

Posted on October 09, 2012

With the recent economic downturn experienced by many taxpayers, there is a tax concept that is very important: cancellation of…

AMT…Will It Affect You?

Posted on October 05, 2012

In your tax planning, don't overlook how your tax-saving strategies might be affected by the alternative minimum tax. * What is…

Is All My Income Taxable?

Posted on October 03, 2012

Generally, all sources of income are subject to income tax unless specifically excluded. Here are some sources of money that are…

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