Tax Deduction

  1. Year-end tax tips

    7 Ways To Minimize Your 2014 Taxes By December ...

    The year's not quite over yet. See whether taking any of these steps would leave ...
  2. The Internal Revenue Service's new 2015 contribution limits for tax-deferred savings plans are higher; here's what you and your clients should know.

    New 2015 Contribution Limits: Advisors Take Heed

    The Internal Revenue Service's new 2015 contribution limits for tax-deferred savings ...
  3. Don’t waste your time wading through the slew of private and corporate tax websites out there. Go straight to the source: IRS.gov.

    The Most Helpful Tools On The IRS.gov Website

    Don’t waste your time wading through the slew of private and corporate tax websites ...
  4. Even the most enlightened citizen curses taxes, possibly while simultaneously acknowledging that they're the price of a civilized society.

    How The IRS Works: Functions & Audits

    Even the most enlightened citizen curses taxes, possibly while simultaneously acknowledging ...
  5. Changes In Tax Legislation And Regulation

    Keeping on top of these amendments can help you avoid penalties and take advantage ...
  6. Using Life Insurance To Make Charitable Donations

    Your life insurance policy can be a great tool for charitable giving. Find out how. ...
  1. What's the difference between cost of goods sold (COGS) and cost of sales?

    Explore the difference between the cost of goods sold and cost of sales listed on an income statement, and what types of ...
  2. What are examples of cost of goods sold (COGS) for businesses that sell through eBay ...

    Read how online retailers that operate through eBay or Etsy can list certain expenses as cost of goods sold and even claim ...
  3. What are some examples of industries that cannot claim cost of goods sold (COGS)?

    Discover which types of businesses are not allowed to list cost of goods sold on their income statement or claim their COGS ...
  4. Are fringe benefits deductible for the employer?

    Learn how the IRS treats the taxation of fringe benefits provided by an employer to employees, contractors, partners and ...
  1. IRS Special Enrollment Examination (SEE) Study Guide

    The enrolled agent status is the highest credential awarded by the IRS.
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