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  1. Lump-Sum Distribution

    A lump sum distribution is a one-time payment for an entire amount due, rather than payments broken into smaller installments.
  2. Taxable Estate

    Taxable estate is the portion of a deceased person's net assets subject to taxation after deductions.
  3. Innocent-Spouse Rule

    The innocent spouse rule is a tax provision which allows a taxpayer to apply for relief from a filing error by their current ...
  4. Federal-State Unemployment Compensation Program

    The federal-state unemployment compensation program provides temporary financial assistance to those who've lost their jobs ...
  5. Replacement Property

    Replacement property is any property that is received as a replacement for property that was lost as a result of an involuntary ...
  6. How Changing Tax Laws Could Affect Divorcing Couples

    With the changes happening to income tax laws in 2018 it's even more important to understand the credits and deductions affected ...
  7. Discharge In Bankruptcy

    Discharge in bankruptcy is an order that releases the debtor from personal liability for certain types of debts.
  8. Form 4070A: Employee's Daily Record of Tips

    Form 4070A: Employee's Daily Record of Tips is an IRS tax form used by employees to help monitor and track the tips they ...
  9. Tax Advisor

    The services of tax advisors are usually retained in order to minimize taxation while remaining compliant with the law in ...
  10. Form 8396 (Mortgage Interest Credit)

    Form 8396 (Mortgage Interest Credit) is an IRS tax form used to claim mortgage interest credit on a tax return.
  11. 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 ...
  12. Direct Rollover

    A direct rollover is a distribution of eligible assets from one qualified plan to another.
  13. Full-Time Student

    A full-time student is a legal tax status that is important for determining dependency exemptions
  14. Medicare Wages

    Medicare wages are employee earnings that are subject to a U.S. payroll tax known as the Medicare tax.
  15. How to Navigate Stock Options Offer At a New Job

    This is what you need to keep in mind when evaluating a stock options offer from a new employer.
  16. Tax Attribute

    Tax attribute refers to certain losses, tax credits, and adjusted basis of property that must be reduced as a result of the ...
  17. Form 4070: Employee's Report Of Tips To Employer

    Form 4070 is a tax form distributed by the IRS used by employees who are compensated by tips to report those tips to their ...
  18. When you should change your withholding tax

    When there are major changes in your life, you should adjust your withholding to ensure you aren't paying too much in taxes.
  19. Ability To Pay

    Ability to pay is an economic principle that states that the amount of tax an individual pays should be dependent on the ...
  20. Revenue Agent

    A revenue agent is an accountant employed by the Internal Revenue Service or local or state governments to examine and audit ...
  21. Federal Tax Lien

    A federal tax lien is the U.S. government's right to keep a person's personal property until that person takes care of unpaid ...
  22. Voluntary Conveyance

    Voluntary conveyance refers to an elective transfer of title without adequate consideration.
  23. Form 2106-EZ: Unreimbursed Employee Business Expenses

    A simplified IRS tax form used by employees deducting ordinary and necessary expenses related to their jobs.
  24. Form 2106: Employee Business Expenses

    An IRS tax form to deduct expenses incurred while conducting business as an employee of a company or organization.
  25. IRS Publication 3 - Armed Forces' Tax Guide

    IRS Publication 3 Armed Forces' Tax Guide is a document that covers how and when active U.S. military service members should ...
  26. Nominee Interest

    Nominee interest is any interest payment that a person receives on behalf of someone else.
  27. Incremental Tax

    An incremental tax is a tax that increases in increments based on tax brackets defined by income levels.
  28. Income Basket

    An income basket is a category of income or loss according to United States tax regulations.
  29. Total Tax

    The composite total of all taxes owed by a taxpayer for the year, after credits and deductions.
  30. Levy

    A levy is the legal seizure of property to satisfy an outstanding debt.
  31. See-Through Trust

    A see-through trust is treated as the beneficiary of an individual retirement account (IRA).
  32. Asset Protection Trust

    An asset protection trust is a vehicle for holding an individual's assets to shield them from creditors.
  33. Direct Transfer

    A direct transfer is a transfer of assets from one type of tax-deferred retirement plan or account to another.
  34. Tax Lien Foreclosure

    Tax lien foreclosure is the sale of a property resulting from the property owner's failure to pay tax liabilities.
  35. Convenience of Employer Test

    The convenience of employer test is used to determine whether home-office expenses or other work-related expenses paid by ...
  36. Estate Planning For Canadians

    Trusts, wills, taxes and rules differ by country. Find out what you need to know about estate plans in Canada.
  37. Self-Employment Tax

    Self-employment tax is the imposed tax that a small business owner must pay to the federal government to fund Medicare and ...
  38. Gift in Trust

    A gift in trust is an indirect bequest of assets to a beneficiary by means of a special legal and fiduciary arrangement.
  39. Is there a difference between capital gains and dividend income?

    Selling something for a profit leads to capital gains. A payment made by a corporations to stockholders is a dividend. Both ...
  40. Cash-and-Stock Dividend

    A cash-and-stock dividend contains a portion of cash and a portion of stock combined into the same dividend payout.
  41. Back Taxes

    Back taxes are taxes that have been partially or fully unpaid in the year that they were due. Taxpayers can have unpaid back ...
  42. Home Office Expense

    Home office expenses are expenses incurred by the operation of a business within a home.
  43. Inheritance

    An inheritance is all or part of a person's estate/assets that is given to an heir once the person is deceased.
  44. Taking the Fun out of Tax Refunds

    Getting a tax refund isn't really the big windfall it seems to be. Here's why.
  45. Tax Service Fee

    A tax service fee is a legitimate closing cost that is assessed and collected by a lender to ensure that mortgagors pay their ...
  46. Exoneration

    Exoneration means to free someone from blame; in the financial realm, exoneration usually means to relieve someone of a financial ...
  47. Insolvency

    Insolvency is a situation in which an individual or organization can not pay off its bills and debts.
  48. Bankruptcy

    Bankruptcy is the legal proceeding involving a person or business that is unable to repay outstanding debts.
  49. Moving Retirement Plan Assets: How To Avoid Mistakes

    Sometimes things go wrong in a simple transfer of funds. Make sure you know how to avoid penalties.
  50. Marital Trust

    A marital trust is a fiduciary relationship between a trustor and trustee for the benefit of a surviving spouse and the married ...
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