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Do I Need A Federal Employer Tax ID Number(FEIN) For My Home Business?
User Photo Conrado Mangapit, EA
Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

If you are a sole proprietor filing a Schedule C and have NO employees subject to federal/state income tax withholding, social security and medicare withholding you will not require a federal employer tax...   Read More
What Is Self-Employment Tax And Is This In Addition To Other Taxes I Pay As A Small Business Owner At The End Of The Year?
User Photo Gary Carter, PhD, MT, CPA
Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

Self-Employment tax is Social Security and Medicare tax for self-employed individuals. The rate is 13.3% of your self-employment net income for 2012 (10.4% for Social Security tax and 2.9% for Medicare tax)....   Read More
What Is The Percentage That A Person Will Get Audited This Year? I Hear The IRS Hired Many New Auditors In Order To Increase The Number Of...
User Photo William Keats
Tax Professional Level: Master Tax Advisor

The IRS hired 15,000 new auditors for the purpose of enforcing the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) The numbers for 2013 regular audits of individuals and businesses will not be much more than last year. IRS may...   Read More
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What Are The Top Tax Return Audit Flags For The Self-employed?
User Photo Patrick O'Hara , EA
Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

Your chances of getting audited depend alot on your business form and the type of business you operate. For instance, a Schedule C sole proprietorship is more lkely to get audited than a partnership or corporation...   Read More
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Tax Professional Level: Master Tax Advisor

It does not usually make a difference whether you use the standard deduction or itemize, unless the itemized deductions are out of line when compared to the income. Otherwise, your chances of an audit are lower...   Read More
User Photo Patrick O'Hara , EA
Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

in 2012, the capital gains rates were either 0% or 15%. The 15% capital gains rate started when the taxpayer hit the 15% marginal tax bracket. In 2013 the capital gains rates are 0% for taxable income of single...   Read More


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