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  • 1301 Rosehaven Cir
    Kettering, OH 45429
    United States of America

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Tax Deductions for Daycare Business

A daycare is a licensed business that can enjoy tax deductions. Like other businesses, a tax deduction is a way to bring down your entire tax liability. What is a Business Deduction?Any...

Head of Household Filing Status: Essential Things to Know

Based on Uncle Sam's definition and the purpose of taxes, a head of household is a single taxpayer with dependents and is responsible for over half of their care and home cost....

An Insight into 401(k) and IRA Rollovers

There are times you might need to leave an employer for another job, start your job, and other reasons besides employment. In this case, there are four options one have with the 401(k)...

Bankruptcy: What Determines if Your Tax Debt will be Cancelled?

Uncle Sam has rules for pretty much everything. As a result, one should not be surprised to have rules guiding bankruptcy discharge. With this, if there is any reason for the IRS to...

Basis of Asset (551)

The Basis of Asset (551) is the Publication 551 from the IRS, which is a document released by the IRS outlining how to ascertain "cost basis" for a range of financial instruments...

Is It Possible to Claim Medical Expenses on Taxes?

One might spend a lot of income on medical bills, especially when unplanned emergencies arise and the insurance cannot cover it all. The bright side is that one can have some relief...

An Insight Into The Recovery Rebate Credit

Many eligible citizens got an advance payment of the Recovery Rebate Credit, a program authorized and scheduled by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. People...

What Is Net Income vs. Adjusted Gross Income (AGI)?

All income begins with gross income, which is the total of all money earned in a year. This includes wages, salaries, bonuses, capital gains, and interest income. As we know from our...

Understanding the Tax Implications of Foreclosure

The sale of any property and foreclosure is treated the same way by Uncle Sam. Since the property was transferred to another person, there could be taxes on such a property. This is...

Filing a Claim and Calculating Allocation for Injured Spouse

A spouse is said to be injured if, after filing jointly with the partner, the refunds were seized due to a debt collected by either Uncle Sam or BFS (Bureau of Fiscal Services).Most...

Accounting Periods and Methods for Businesses

Uncle Sam advises all taxpayers, which involves individuals and businesses, to estimate their accounting period in a year referred to as a tax year. Although, It is generally agreed...

Understanding Theft and Casualty Losses

If a taxpayer had their personal property destroyed, they could claim casualty and theft losses. For one to qualify for this deduction, however, there must be a sudden and unplanned...

Tax Changes for 2021: Things You Need to Know

The year 2020 is almost winding up, and many people will never forget the year and its effect. I am sure the entire human race will do anything not to have a year like 2020 nor have...

Lifetime Learning Tax Credit

During the last ten years, the cost of college has risen by more than 25%. As tuition and fees increase, you may be looking for ways to reduce the cost of education.Lifetime Learning...

IRS Form 4868 Explained

As the end of 2020 is upon us and with hopes of better & healthier days ahead, the inevitable comes with it, in terms of having to file our taxes by April 15th, 2021, but as so...

Itemizing Tax Deductions

Come tax season, your ultimate goal when it comes to filing your return is to maximize your tax savings. There are several ways to do this both throughout the year with investment...

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