Archive for July, 2014

Q & A and Tips on Accounting, Taxes and Personal Finance.
Divorce and Taxes – Tax Implications Of Divorce

Divorce and Taxes – Tax Implications Of Divorce

Divorce, already emotionally stressful, can also wreak havoc on your finances. It’s easy to overlook the tax implications of a divorce while dealing with the emotional parts. Taxes after divorce present a myriad of issues from tax filing status to alimony. Linda Smith, Enrolled Agent and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, lays out some commonly overlooked […]

July 18, 2014 | By More
QuickBooks Shortcut Keys

QuickBooks Shortcut Keys

The most popular accounting software, QuickBooks, has lots of built in functionality but did you know there are QuickBooks shortcut keys to make your processes faster? Shelly White is an Advanced Certified QuickBooks® ProAdvisor and shares how to use QuickBooks shortcut keys. You might want to bookmark this post for reference until you memorize “your” […]

July 18, 2014 | By More
IRS payment plan | Dealing with the IRS directly

IRS payment plan | Dealing with the IRS directly

What happens when you just can’t afford to pay your tax bill?  Is an IRS payment plan an option?  What’s the best way to deal with the IRS directly? The “do-it-yourself” payment plan can work for the right candidate, but knowledge and composure are key.  We asked several professionals to weigh in on IRS payment […]

July 15, 2014 | By More
Should I Prepare My Own Tax Return?

Should I Prepare My Own Tax Return?

Doing your own tax return may sound like an easy way to save money, but is it the wisest move? What expertise can a trained tax professional offer over DIY with online tax forms and income tax software? Linda Smith, Enrolled Agent in Orlando, Florida talks about why a paid Tax Preparer is usually the […]

July 2, 2014 | By More