Tax Terminology

  1. 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 ...
  2. 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 ...
  3. 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 ...
  4. A full analysis of what per diem is, how it works, and what it entails tax-wise.

    Understanding 'Per Diem'

    Per diem is one method for reimbursing employees for business-travel expenses. Companies ...
  1. Are fringe benefits direct or indirect costs?

    Learn how to allocate costs associated with fringe benefits provided to employees and how to determine when a cost is either ...
  2. Are debt-consolidation loans tax deductible?

    Learn about consolidating debt and whether the interest payments on your debt consolidation loan can be deducted from your ...
  3. How are fringe benefits calculated?

    Discover how employers can account for and calculate fringe benefits, including benefits that may not have an obvious dollar ...
  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 ...
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