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Taxes

Tackling Tax Debt with Form 433-A

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The end of the year is almost here! Are you ready? You may have your party hats and noisemakers, the champagne on ice, and a new gym membership locked in for January 1st, but chances are you forgot how quickly tax season is approaching. (Sorry, we had to remind you.) Most of us won’t be...Read More

Corporate Tax Returns: Form 1120S

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Form 1120S is specifically designed for S corporations. In general, S corporations do not pay any federal income taxes. Instead, the corporation’s income or losses are divided among, and passed through, to its shareholders. The shareholders must then report the income or loss on their own individual income tax returns. Just as a 1040 form is...Read More

Reporting Your Income: Form 1040

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The IRS 1040 form is the most common form filled out by American tax payers. The 1040 form is where you’ll calculate and report your “Adjusted Gross Income” or AGI. You’ll include all the money you earned (in all its different forms) throughout the year, such as wages and salary, tips, interest, dividends, taxable state and...Read More

Tuition & Taxes: 1098-T

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This post was updated in April 2018 If you, or one of your dependents, attended college this year, you will probably receive a 1098-T form in the mail by the end of January. The school is required to send this form to each of their paying students every year, and it reports the specific amount...Read More

1096 Form: Summing It Up

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This post was updated in April 2018 A 1096 form is only used by businesses and corporations when they are paper-filing their tax return. It’s used to summarize the total information entered on various forms in the tax return. Think of it as a “Table of Contents” for a company’s 2017 IRS tax return, providing...Read More