3 Situations Where Hiring A Tax Preparation Service Is A Good Idea

Posted on: 11 December 2017

Tax season always seems to be just around the corner, and it is important that you are prepared for it. This allows things to go much more smoothly for you, and it helps you to ensure that all of your taxes are paid in full and on time. One decision that you need to make in terms of your taxes is if you would like to prepare your taxes yourself or if you want someone else to prepare them for you.
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3 Things To Count As Expenses With A Regular 9-5 Job

Posted on: 2 October 2017

You work hard all year only to realize when it's all over that Uncle Sam still has his hand out because you've not had enough taxes deducted from your paycheck to cover your tax liability. Even though you have a regular job and do not own your own business, it does not mean that there are not certain ways that you may be able to chip away at that tax bill, especially if you have work-related expenses.
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5 Things You Need To Do In Order To Understand The Technical Side To Payroll

Posted on: 26 July 2017

If you ever spent any time as an employee, you know that in order to get your check, that your employer needs your hours so that they can complete their payroll. It is pretty simple when you are on the employee side of things – just submit your hours to your employer and wait for your paycheck. When you are on the employer side of things though, it is a little more complicated.
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Deducting The Cost Of Unreimbursed Work Expenses

Posted on: 18 July 2017

Some employed individuals occasionally spend their own money while performing work duties for their company. The expense might be unanticipated, but necessary to get the job done. Other employees may routinely incur costs while traveling for the benefit of their company. In either scenario, the employee may be able to deduct the cost of unreimbursed business expenses on their taxes. Expenses paid by an employee that are reimbursed are not deductible on the employee's tax return.
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