Don Bell Law

Tax Preparer
Grand Junction Colorado 81501

MAKE A CONNECTION Don Bell Law is accepting messages: Send Message
Get Directions View On Larger Map

Contact Details

  • Business
  • Don Bell Law
  • Location
  • 315 Ouray Ave
    Grand Junction, CO 81501
    United States of America

Professional Background

Don Bell Law Specialties


Available Specialties Request More Quote

Don Bell Law Member Articles


Understanding Small Business Sales Tax

For most startups, maintaining tax obligations is a headache. This guide examines the main steps and concepts you need to know about a sales tax. What is sales tax?Sales tax,...


What Are Quarterly Taxes?

We look forward to all kinds of days throughout the year, like birthdays, wedding anniversaries, the Friday before a three-day weekend, Public holidays, etc. However, for the goal...



IRS Tax Deductions for Freelancers

The advantages of being a self-employed or independent contractor are numerous. You have the freedom and flexibility to do your job, and it's also a great way to start your own...


What is IRS Form 8949?

IRS Form 8949 is a tax form used primarily to report sales and trade of capital goods. Form 8949 is filed alongside Schedule D of the income tax form.What is IRS Form 8949?Form 8949...


What Is Tax-Exempt & How Does It Work?

Tax exemption is the right to exclude from tax certain amounts of income or assets.Being tax-exempt or having a tax exemption seems like a way to lower your tax bill, but it can cause...


What Taxpayers Should Know about the Loss of Personal Use Property

An Insight into Personal Use propertyUncle Sam defines personal use property as an asset or property used solely for private purposes and does not serve as an investment or business...


Changing Your Address with the IRS

Uncle Sam needs to be aware of your most recent address to be able to send you vital correspondence and your refund check. The IRS has many options with which taxpayers could notify...


Common FAQ on Taxes

Here are some FAQ related to taxes:What Income am I to Pay taxes on?Uncle Sam’s definition of income is money, services, and properties. All income can be taxed, except there...


Tax Credit for Businesses in 2021

One of the things business owners like hearing when it comes to taxes is "tax credit," as it signifies something good. Even though some business owners might confuse tax...


What is the FICA tax?

The FICA tax is the federal law on insurance contributions. The Federal Insurance Contribution Act is a federal payroll of the United States regulating social security and health insurance...


How to Handle a Huge Tax Bill That You Have No Money To Pay

A taxpayer will often end up with a huge tax bill that will be above what they can afford. This leaves most taxpayers confused on the next cost of action. Owing Uncle Sam, a sum...


The Tax Advantages and Disadvantages of an LLC

Finding out your business's shape can seem like a chore, as there are many types of businesses to start. A good option is a limited liability company (LLC), which has some of the...


Annuity Taxation

If you buy an annuity in pre-tax dollars, the annuity payments will be fully taxed as income. If you purchase an annuity with after-tax funds, you only have to pay income tax. Annuities...



IRS Issues Guidelines for the Cannabis Industry

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently published comprehensive information on their website on tax policy for the cannabis industry, specifically the marijuana industry. The site...


Rules of Qualifying for Trader Tax Savings

Traders can enjoy significant tax savings and here are some rules that the IRS checks before qualifying traders.Hours: It would help if you spent at least four hours per day trading...


A Higher Standard Deduction

Most taxpayers will give anything to reduce what they eventually send to Uncle Sam. An effective way to significantly bring down your tax bill is to be smart and wise about the deductions...


Students & Credit Cards

Most students have limited experience with credit cards and other forms of credit. As a result, their credit history is generally weak or nonexistent. Therefore, the most crucial reason...


What To Do If I Made Errors On Tax Forms?

If you've made a mistake on your tax form, don't panic. There are processes and forms to remedy the situation.The worst thing that can happen with a mistake is interest and...


Confidential Sexual Harassment Settlements No Longer Tax-Deductible

There is a short provision on the new tax reform bill that was just enacted which might impact how employees settle sexual harassment claims. According to section 13307 of TCJA, there...


Section 451 Explained

On September 5, 2019, the Treasury Department and the IRS released proposed regulations that would affect when taxpayers report their gross income amounts. In general, section 451...


What To Do When You Owe Money To The IRS

Owing money to the IRS can be a daunting prospect when you don’t know the procedure or how to handle the debt.  The consequences for neglecting to pay a debt or respond...


Recent Developments for Municipal Bond Investors

Several recent developments may affect taxpayers based on a strategy of trading or holding tax-exempt state and local bonds, commonly known as municipal or "munis" bonds....


Not for Profit Taxes

The non-profit status may make an organization eligible for certain benefits, such as exemptions on state sales, property tax, and income; however, this corporate status does not automatically...


A Look into the U.S Tax System

The US tax system is set up on both the federal and the state level. There are several taxes which citizens must file. These taxes include: income tax, capital gains and sales tax....


Tips to Help you Reduce the Amount you Pay for Taxes

Taxpayers are always looking for legitimate ways to save on taxes and with the right tax preparer, you will always get advice on ways to save on the amount you pay for taxes each season....


Explaining Form 1040-X

In recent months, the IRS announced that taxpayers would be able to electronically file Forms 1040-X, Amended Form of United States Individual Income Tax Return. According to...


When Do You Need to Amend Your Tax Return?

When Do You Need to Amend Your Tax Return?Filing an amended tax is a nightmare for many people. You have tried your best to be diligent with the preparation. You spend sleepless nights...


What is the Mortgage Interest Credit (Form 8396)?

Form 8396 is an IRS form used by homeowners to apply for a mortgage. The purpose of the mortgage is to help low-income taxpayers pay for their housing. You can only apply for a credit...


Married Filing Taxes Separately – Pros and Cons

You do not need to think twice before answering the question of your marital status. The answer can, however, get complicated when you are filing your tax. For tax purposes, the last...


Proven Ways to Turn Your Tax Refund into More Money

The average amount that goes out to taxpayers every month is $3,000. As a result, a tax refund can have a significant impact on many people's finances. This article will explore...


Financial hardship: Do I Qualify?

Except you have recently taken a vacation to Mars, you must have felt the Covid-19 pandemic pinch. There have been job losses, and people are feeling the heat. With the time for the...


Tax Evasion and Tax Avoidance: Understanding the Difference

Every business owner, irrespective of the field, needs to file and pay tax each year. The good news is there are legal strategies to reduce the amount you send to Uncle Sam as taxes.Some...


Exploring the Fundamentals of the IRS OIC Program

Oh, what good news it is for taxpayers – that there is a program that allows them to pay way less than what they owe. This is called the IRS Offer in Compromise (OIC).However,...


Top 10 States For Property Taxes And Why

Property taxes are an important source of revenue for the city, state, and federal governments, which use the money to finance projects such as schools, road construction, maintenance,...


What You Need to Know About Retirement Savings Schemes

Do you often feel that retirement planning is like mastering another language? It really doesn’t have to be that way. Contrary to popular belief, retirement plans are easy to...


Temporary Changes to Health Coverage Tax Credit

Health Coverage Tax Credit is a federally funded program designed to assist people certified as displaced workers by the United States Department of Labor, and those who are over 55...


Home Tax Deductions That Can Save You Money

As the United States seeks to prevent the spread of COVID-19, companies have made difficult decisions to stay afloat and maintain a healthy work environment for employees. Today, millions...


The New Kiddie Tax Rules

On December 20, 2019, President Trump enacted the SECURE (Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement) Act. The main objective of the new law is to expand the possibilities...


What is the Itemized Deduction compared to the Standard Deduction?

Itemized deductions are tax deductions you receive for various expenses incurred during the year. They can sometimes exceed the standard deduction, which means that specifying the...


Unemployment Insurance Program: All the details

An unemployment insurance program provides unemployment benefits to eligible workers who become unemployed through no fault of theirs and meet other eligibility conditions.Unemployment...


Understanding Net Operating Losses

When a business has a net operating loss, it means there is a negative income. It happens when the tax that can be deducted from a company is more than taxable income. While this is...


5 Education-Related Tax Credits & Deductions for College

Many people without wealthy parents or access to scholarship will find college expenses overwhelming. In addition to the high tuition fee, there are many expenses. The good news is...


Factors to Consider before Choosing a Tax Resolution Expert

It is a bad idea to try to approach the IRS on your own. Not only are you unskilled in advocating for yourself, you could also lack the experience to resolve your issue, especially...


Client Document Submit

Do you want to upload more than one file at a time? If so click here

Find Tax Preparers And Tax Attorneys