Is My IRA Protected From Creditors?

November 29, 2015

When it comes to creditors and other parties that make claims on your savings and finances, very little can be considered sacred. Depending on factors such as where you live, individual retirement accounts or IRAs are among the assets that may or may not be garnished by a creditor or individual to whom you owe…
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Options for Businesses Behind on Payroll Taxes

November 20, 2015

Generally, employers are legally required to file payroll taxes for their employees on a quarterly basis and pay them on a monthly or semi-weekly basis. While the best way to avoid any legal issues regarding payroll taxes is to pay them regularly and promptly, it is not uncommon for businesses to fall behind in their…
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Do I Need an Attorney to Help Me Settle an IRS Tax Debt?

November 9, 2015

Owing money to the Internal Revenue Service can be a stressful experience—regardless of the amount actually owed. After all, settling a tax debt with the IRS involves numerous complex tax laws and legalities that you may not fully understand or even be aware of. If you are currently dealing with a federal tax debt, it…
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Seven Unusual But Legal Federal Tax Deductions

November 2, 2015

The U.S. Tax Code allows for numerous strange but lawful tax deductions that most taxpayers aren’t aware of. Here are some of the bizarre deductions that might help save you some cash in the next filing season: Swimming Pools Your home swimming pool may qualify as a deductible medical expense if you have a condition…
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