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    From a NY Tax Lawyer- How not to spend your tax refund.

    27 January, 2019 | Tax Laws

    From a NY Tax Lawyer- How not to spend you tax refund   Today our NY Tax Lawyers want to share with you the 9 worst ways that you can spend your tax refund this year.  Here they are: Using the tax refund as a down payment on a new car.  While initially fun and exciting, upgrading your ride will increase your overall monthly expenses (insurance, car payments, maintenan... CONTINUE READING

    Small Company Tax Basics

    16 December, 2018 | Tax Laws

    Small Company Tax Basics Being a small business owner is something that many people strive for and want to achieve, as they don’t want to rely on others and there is more potential in being a small business owner. Having your own business has many advantages but there are also many things you must be aware of and deal with. Small business tax problems is something that every business owner has to carefully manage and it is not always easy. There is more... CONTINUE READING

    New Tax Act and Additional Itemized Deduction Implications

    18 January, 2018 | Tax Laws

    New Tax Act and Additional Itemized Deduction Implications Individual taxpayers should be aware of major changes that will be implemented this year for their 2018 return. Even though it seems still like a long time to April 2019, it is necessary to have some impression about the new Tax Act and how it might affect you. Due to changes in the tax brackets, itemized deductions, and personal exemptions, etc this is one of the most significant changes in the t... CONTINUE READING

    Tax Reform and How Tax Reform Affects You as An Individual

    9 January, 2018 | Tax Laws

    Tax Reform and How Tax Reform Affects You as An Individual On Dec. 22, 2017, President Trump signed the “Tax Cuts and Job Act” into the law. The Senate passed the bill on Dec. 20 and the House passed the bill later. The bill individual tax cut is temporarily until 2025. The income tax overhaul is forecast to raise the federal deficits by substantial amounts, so not a welcome change unless spending is curtailed. People who take itemized deductions in h... CONTINUE READING

    Petitioning the U.S. Tax Court

    27 October, 2013 | Tax Laws

    Petitioning the U.S. Tax Court A taxpayer may petition the United States Tax Court (www.ustaxcourt.gov) if they have received a Notice of Deficiency, a Notice of Determination Concerning Collection Action, or a Notice of Determination of Worker Classification from the IRS. Once the IRS issues a Notice of Deficiency, for instan... CONTINUE READING

    Tax Attorney, A few reasons to hire one

    10 September, 2013 | Tax Laws

    Tax Attorney, A few reasons to hire one Based upon our experience, these are the most common reasons why our clients hired a tax attorney. 1. You are afraid to deal with the New York State Tax Department or the Internal Revenue Service about your tax issue and you want a tax attorney to handle the matter. Our clients have the peace of mind knowing their case is being handled by a licensed professional with a tax law firm that has a A+ BBB rating.... CONTINUE READING

    Business Loss or a Hobby Loss for Taxes

    25 August, 2013 | Tax Laws

    NYC and Albany NY IRS Tax Attorney As Tax Attorney's located in New York, we often receive inquiries from clients who have a number of unfiled tax returns on whether a loss is a business loss or a Hobby loss when they contact us needing a IRS Attorney. If the loss is a Hobby loss, in general it can not be used to offset other forms of taxable income. In many cases, it is not a clear issue. The issue has also been a difficult one for the IRS to resolve, an... CONTINUE READING

    The New IRS Home Office Deduction

    2 August, 2013 | Tax Laws

    The New IRS Home Office Deduction About four (4) million workers in the United States work from home.  Starting with the 2013 tax year, the Internal Revenue Service is allowing a simplified home-office deduction. The rationale behind the new method of deducting these expenses is that it simplifies the record keeping that most people are not complying with currently which causes income tax audit issues. Therefore, this new method is good for people who do... CONTINUE READING

    Tax Tips for U.S. Citizens Living Abroad: Foreign Earned Income Exclusion

    13 June, 2013 | Tax Laws

    Tax Tips for U.S. Citizens Living Abroad: Foreign Earned Income Exclusion Some American citizens choose to live and work outside of the United States.  On the federal level, all US  taxpayers and resident aliens must report and pay taxes on their worldwide income, regardless if they live within or outside of the US. Taxpayers who reside overseas are given an automatic two month extension to file their returns, and this year the filing date is Ju... CONTINUE READING

    Determining Filing Status

    13 June, 2013 | Tax Laws

    Determining Filing Status When taxpayers file their income tax return, one of the first questions required is their filing status.  Filing an income tax return with the correct filing status is important for taxpayers; the filing status is used to determine filing requirements, the standard deductions, correct tax, and eligibility for tax credits. The correct filing status can not only impact the benefits you receive, and the amount of taxes you... CONTINUE READING

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      Four Different Ways to Settle the IRS Tax Debts

      Tax Debt SettlementNo taxpayer wants to get into the IRS tax debt and need a tax debt settlement. Still, every year thousands of taxpayers get into it due to different reasons. And once they get into it, their tax debts keep increasing day-by-day with the...