Same Sex Marriage Tax Returns 2013 29 January 2014 by Mitch Helfer

Brief discussion of same sex marriage tax returns 2013 could represent advantageous tax implications for same sex marriage couples pursuant to Revenue Ruling 2013-17 New Tax Law (Revenue Ruling 2013-17) on Same Sex Couples / Same Sex Marriage On Aug. 29, 2013, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) ruled that same sex couples, legally married in jurisdictions that recognize their marriages,... Read More

Tax Tips – Payroll Taxes: Payroll Tax Deposit due Date, Late Tax Deposits, Payroll Tax Penalty, Tax Relief Help, Trust Fund Recovery Penalty 11 January 2014 by Mitch Helfer

What you need to know about payroll tax. Payroll tax deposit due date. How to pay payroll taxes. Late tax penalties. When you can’t pay payroll taxes. Get Tax Relief Help! Trust fund recovery penalty. When Are Payroll Tax Deposits Due? Employers need to deposit payroll taxes every month or semi-weekly depending upon your employer classification. Monthly depositors must deposit... Read More

Foreign Bank Account Reporting 04 January 2014 by Mitch Helfer

Perhaps, the number one IRS audit risk for many taxpayers will be the failure to report foreign bank accounts. There it is. I said it. Plain and simple. If you have a foreign bank account and you’re not reporting it to the IRS, you’re taking a huge risk, and I believe that sooner or later, you’re going to get caught.... Read More

2013 IRS Audit Red Flags 01 January 2014 by Mitch Helfer

Have you ever known someone who had an income tax audit by the IRS or state taxing authority? They’ll tell you that once was enough and in most all cases, will do everything not to have that sort of problem ever again. It’s important to know how an audit is triggered and what you can do to prevent one from... Read More