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How Much Depreciation Is Included In The Standard Mileage Rate Deduction
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According to US tax laws, the portion of the standard mileage deduction that is used for depreciation is twenty-five cents per mile. The remainder covers other kinds of actual expenses on the car itself. Tolls...   Read More
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Normally, all such miles would be considered commuting mileage as if you were working directly for your client as an employee. The business owner, however, can keep proper mileage logs indicating other business...   Read More
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You should be able to get another installment agreement, provided you are current with filing all of your tax returns, and your withholding and/or estimates will cover all of the taxes owed for 2017.   Read More
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As you were the one that was employed and was the subject of the tort or injury, you were the one that was paid. Therefore, you are the rightful recipient of the money and the tax document. You are fully...   Read More
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The short answer is yes. There are a variety of tax amnesty programs for different situations. Many tax payers when they move overseas will think that they do not have to file taxes when their lower longer in the...   Read More
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In order to optimize your CPA Firm’s overall efficiency, effectiveness, and productivity in connection to researching and resolving a tax issue and determining the sustainability of a tax return filing position...   Read More
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The answer is that it depends. Generally the IRS has a 3 year statute of limitations to make changes to a return. That time is increased to 6 years if there is income omitted from your return greater than 25% of...   Read More
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The due date for filing your Arkansas Individual Income Tax return is April 15. If April 15 falls on a weekend or a holiday, your return is due on the next business day. If you file a federal or State of Arkansas...   Read More

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