Having worked with nonprofits for many years, I am awaiting some creative soul to create a new religion called “Taxology”. A person may seek something that is timeless, certain, and powerfully controls one’s destiny. Something that takes from the rich and provides for the masses sustenance (tax credits) and occasional joy (tax refunds). A book (Internal Revenue Code) that dramatically impacts people’s lives and elders (accountants, attorneys, EAs) continually study and interpret the laws and philosophy within it. Not everyone agrees with the precepts but most comply because they do do not want the wrath of a higher authority (the Internal Revenue Service) bestowed upon them. The book and its thousands of pages have been written by wise sages (Congress) to guide and fulfill our challenged lives.
- General Tax Benefits Of Charitably GivingBy John DundonWarren Buffet released certain claims made on his 2015 personal income tax return in a statement released by Business Wire, A Berkshire Hathaway Company. It is worth noting his remarkable generosity. […]
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- Canadian FAQ #205 – Cash on a Balance SheetBy Grant GilmourTax Question: What is Cash on a Balance Sheet? Facts: The Cash category appears under Current Assets on a Balance Sheet. Most companies have bank accounts which they use to keep a record of their […]
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- How The “Assistance In Collection” Provisions In The Canada-U.S. Tax Treaty Facilitates “U.S. Citizenship Based Taxation”By John RichardsonI commented on an article titled: “Why is the IRS Collecting Taxes for Denmark?” which appeared at the “Procedurally Speaking” blog. The article is about the “assistance in collection” […]
- General Tax Benefits Of Charitably Giving