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When You First Start An IRS Examination What Are The Most Important Steps To Take That Will Help With The IRS Auditors?
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Tax Professional Level: Master Tax Advisor

Hire a professional. Don't provide anymore information then you are asked for. Don't miss deadlines. Document everything including phone calls with time, date, employee name and ID number and substance of the...   Read More
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Are My Social Security Checks Taxed In California? I Am Married And My Husband Also Receives Social Security.
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Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

Social Security Income is only taxable if you have other income. If the only income you and your spouse have is SS, it is not taxable. If you or your spouse do have other sources of income, a portion of your SS...   Read More
When Seeking Tax Exempt Status As A Religious Organization What Do I Need To Do?
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Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

Obtain an employer identification number, (EIN) from the IRS. Most religious organizations fall under section 501(c)(3). Once you are assigned an EIN number, you will need to register your organization with the...   Read More
How Detailed Should The Information Be That I Provide To The IRS For Charitable Deductions?
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Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

If your charitable donations are other than cash, and are valued over $500.00, a separate form needs to be filed. My suggestion is to ensure whatever you report to the IRS you are able to back up with receipts and...   Read More
I Don't Get Amended Returns. Is It Really Necessary To File One If You Only Find Slight Discrepancies In Your Earnings, And What Kind Of...
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Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

It depends on what you mean by "Slight Discrepancies." More than likely, if the difference is less than a dollar, the IRS will accept your return as it is. However, if it is more, it is better to be safe than...   Read More
Will The IRS Give Us Any Tax Relief If We Lost Our Entire Household Belongings In Hurricane Sandy?
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Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

The IRS is probably working on tax relief for all the individuals affected by Hurricane Sandy as we speak. I'm sure you will get relief. Please check back as I am sure another tax adviser will provide you...   Read More
Can You Tell Me What To Do If I Lost All My Tax Files In A Flood? What Do I Need To Do?
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Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

I am assuming that you lost your tax file for 2012 that you need to prepare your taxes. First thing would be to write a list of everything that you had in the file. If you are unsure you can look at previous tax...   Read More
I Work At Home And My Home Office Is More Like A Nook. I Do Everything From Home, Though, And I Was Wondering If I Still Quality For...
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Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

The portion of your home, or apartment, used for an office must be solely and only used for that purpose. In other words, if you sleep, kick back and watch TV, or use it for any other purpose, you can not claim...   Read More

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