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13 Sep 5 Self-Employed Tax Deductions You Need to Take This Year

If there's one downside to being self-employed: it's the self-employment tax. While it's nice to be your own boss and make your own schedule and decisions, filling out a tax return is more of a chore than it is for most people. Self-employed individuals often don't get money back. Instead, they're paying a hefty sum to...

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06 Sep 5 Rental Property Tax Deductions Landlords Need to Take

If you're a landlord, you probably pay a lot of taxes every year. Problem is, most landlords (just like realtors) pay much more than they should. This is because they aren't taking enough rental property tax deductions. It turns out that having rental property provides a lot of MAJOR tax deductions that could cut thousands off...

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30 Aug IRS Scams: How to Sniff Them Out

Have you ever gotten a "phone call" from the IRS threatening to sue you? If so, then you have been called by a scammer. The IRS can be a frightening place, but there are people who take advantage of that to scare you out of your money. Many times, scammers will call, say something about back taxes,...

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23 Aug What is an IRS Levy and How Do I Fight it?

What is an IRS levy? Two dangerous words are thrown around when talking about the IRS: audit and levy. We've already talked about audits before, which you can read about through this link, but a levy is a bit different. An IRS levy is much more extreme. When you receive a levy, then that means your tax issues...

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16 Aug What is a Schedule C and How Do I File One?

If you're reading this, you've probably heard about a form called a Schedule C. Perhaps you're a realtor or a freelancer and you've seen it brought up in forums or tax websites. That said, you keep asking yourself: "What is a Schedule C?" In short, a Schedule C is a portion of a form 1040. That said,...

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