Did You Just Get an IRS Notice of Deficiency? Here's What to Do Next
Nobody likes getting mail from the IRS — especially when it's something you weren't expecting.
Tax Benefits for People with Disabilities
Individuals with disabilities as well as parents of disabled children are eligible for a number of income tax benefits. This article explains some of these tax breaks.
Take Tax Advantage of a Low-Income Year
People generally assume that tax planning only applies to individuals with the big bucks. But think again, as some tax moves benefit lower-income taxpayers and those who are having a lower-than-normal income year. So, if 2019 is not producing a lot of income for you, or your income will be substantially lower this year than it usually is, you may be surprised to know that you actually might be able to take advantage of some tax-planning opportunities. Implementing some of these ideas will require action on your part before the close of the year. Here are some possibilities.
The IRS Is Hot on the Trail of Unreported Virtual Currency Transactions
Back in 2018, Coinbase, a company handling virtual currency (also referred to as cryptocurrency) transactions, released the data of 14,000 of its users to the IRS after the information was subpoenaed, and virtual currency traders held their breath about what the IRS would do with the information related to those 14,000 users.
Cofounder Conflict Could Be One of the Biggest Threats to Your New Business
If you asked brand-new entrepreneurs to make a list of everything they think might one day pose a threat to their startup, you'd probably hear a variety of answers with similar themes.