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What Contractors and Businesses Need to know about Form W-9 and the IRS


What Contractors and Businesses Need to know about Form W-9 and the IRS

In recent years, the IRS has taken steps to better regulate independent contractors by urging business to monitor the proper  Read More >>

5 IRS Action Items for Newlyweds

Getting married typically involves pages and pages of checklists. The IRS has five items to add to your list to Read More >>

What to Do When the IRS Sends You a Letter

You know that if you receive a phone call, text message, or email from the ‘IRS,’ it’s a scam. When Read More >>

Alert: Federal Student Tax Scam

‘Ever heard of the ‘Federal Student Tax?’ It’s just one of the latest phone scams used by IRS impersonators to Read More >>

What the IRS Says About Incentive Stock Options

Incentive stock options (ISOs) offer compensation to employees with favorable tax advantages. Employers and employees need to understand the IRS Read More >>

Filing an Extension: Myth vs. Fact for IRS Audit Red Flags

A common myth is that filing an extension beyond the April tax filing deadline is a red flag for an Read More >>

Quick Question: What actions endanger nonprofit status?

Nonprofit organizations live and die by active 501(c)(3) status. Knowing the list of ‘don’ts’ and ‘watch outs’ keeps an organization Read More >>

Avoid Penalties: Rules for Inherited IRA Distributions

The IRS has strict rules about distributing funds from an IRA when the IRA owner dies. If the IRA owner Read More >>

New IRS Per Diem Rates

The Internal Revenue Service announced special per diem rates that will begin Oct. 1, 2015. The rate substantiates the amount Read More >>

Record-Keeping Nightmares – Taxable & Non-Taxable Fringe Benefits

Personal use of a company cell phone – not taxable. Taking kids to school in a company vehicle – taxable. Read More >>