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Online Tax Laws and Paypal: What You Need to Know

In 1998, Congress promised to keep the internet tax free when it passed the Internet Tax Freedom Act. However, that promise was quickly forgotten, just a few years later, when Senate approved online tax legislation. This law states that, starting in 2011; online sellers would have to report their sales information to the IRS for taxation. This created a huge inconvenience for many vendors and their online clientele. Summary of Online Tax Legislation ... ❯❯❯

Top 5 Accounting and Tax Planning Tips for Small Businesses

Chances are you started your small business because you accrued years of experience in a certain market and found you were seriously good at your job. Perhaps you continued to get raises and new titles, with more responsibility and additional people reporting directly to you. But at some point you realized you could take that experience and start making those millions for yourself instead of some corporate shareholders. If you successfully pair a great... ❯❯❯

5 Tax Write-Offs That Every Homeowner Should Be Aware Of

You’ve probably heard that owning a home entitles you to all kinds of breaks come tax time, but you might not have the foggiest notion of what write-offs you’re eligible for. While there are a lot more than five out there, and you should definitely discuss your options with a professional tax prep specialist, here are just a few that you should know about from the get-go. Mortgage interest. You can’t write off your monthly mortgage... ❯❯❯

Tax Efficient Investments in 2013/14

Investing wisely is about more than just putting money away on a regular basis. It’s also about more than just finding the savings account or investment opportunity that offers the highest interest rates or ROI. Wise investors should always take into account the tax limitations of each particular tax year, from April to April, in order to make the most of each investment opportunity. This is because, with the majority of investments, you will need to... ❯❯❯