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When You Are In The U.S Armed Forces Are There Any Special Tax Benefits?
User Photo Wilbert Guilford
Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

There are tons of special tax benefits for military members. Normally only items called 'Pay' are taxed. Items known as benefits are not normally taxed. Also, if in a Combat Zone, even one's Military Pay is not...   Read More
How Do I Value The Loss Of My Business As A Result Of A Hurricane?
User Photo David Neidhart
Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

This can be a very complicated matter. However, the basic principle is that you can claim as a casualty loss the change in the fair market value of your company from the date before the loss to the date of the...   Read More
What Happens If I Sell Property I Inherit By December 31, 2012?
User Photo David Neidhart
Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

This would depend on whether the property is kept as investment property or converted to personal property (such as a house) by living in it for 2 of the last 5 years. Your basis in the property would be the fair...   Read More
User Photo Patrick O'Hara , EA
Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

Questions on filing status and exemptions can become complicated, because proper determinations depend on a variety of factors. Detailed information may be found in IRS Publication 501. In order to claim...   Read More
User Photo Ray Gering
Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

This is a great question, and seeing as how the R&D credit is commonly reviewed during an audit, I'm glad to see that you're thinking ahead. We have had a lot of experience in reviews, with small, mid and large...   Read More
User Photo Abraham Itani, CPA
Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

The normal filing day for US personal income is April 15th of the following year. There are exceptions to this rule, if the 15th of April falls on a weekend day (Sat. or Sun) it will be Monday. There is also,...   Read More
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Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

Assuming you work and get paid by cheque, at the end of the year your employer will issue a form called W-2 and will mail it to you (max) by Jan. 31st of 2013. Once you have it, you can file your taxes for 2012 in...   Read More
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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
User Photo LINDA TRANTHAM
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


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