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Category Archives: Taxes
What should you do with the copies of your returns and the supporting tax documentation once you have filed your taxes? Generally, the government has three years from the due date of the return, or any extension, to audit your … Continue reading
The IRS has raised the contribution limits for most 401(k)s, 403(b)s, and 457 plans to $17,500 for 2013, up from $17,000 in 2012. Further, employees who are over 50 can contribute an additional $5,500 as a catch-up contribution to their … Continue reading
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is continuing to promote two small business tax credits that are available to certain businesses that satisfy the programs’ criteria. The first credit is an expanded credit for hiring veterans and the second credit is … Continue reading
Tens of millions of taxpayers have either just filed their 2011 tax returns or have filed for an extension. Many of these same taxpayers discovered that they were prohibited, for one reason or another, from directly making Roth IRA contributions. … Continue reading
Like many other famous musicians, Whitney Houston had many financial difficulties in her life. However, even after her death, her estate could be earning a considerable amount of annual income for years to come. While some of the estate’s royalties … Continue reading