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With some beneficial tax rules changing after 2012 and the market for small businesses heating up, the year upcoming may be the year to sell.
Help get your 2012 tax year off to a good start by taking a few simple tax and finance steps.
If you fear the IRS may decide your independent contractors are really your employees, now is the time to take advantage of a special worker classification amnesty program.
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You've just received notice that a court has garnished one of your employee's wages. Now what?
The IRS announced that certain taxpayers will have to wait until late February 2011 to file taxes. Read on to see if you are affected by this delay.
Have you heard the stories about how finances are one of the leading causes of divorce? What are people arguing about? Being married actually has some pretty good financial perks!
Not all legal fees are immediately tax deductible. The tax treatment of legal fees usually depends on what you incur them for.
Estate planning is much more than just divvying up your coin collection and jewelry. Quite the contrary, there are a number of issues that a good estate plan can address.
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This post was prompted by a reader question, but it's an issue that many people face—we see versions of it all the time in the forums.
How do you deal with tax-deductible receipts that you collect on the fly? Are they stuffed into your wallet until it becomes so distended that you are forced to do something abo
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