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Missing Your W2’s? What To Do Next!

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It’s that time of the year, however cliched that sounds, when your W2 comes in the mail. The W2 as you know shows your annual taxable earnings, tax payments and other deductions. The due date for the employers to send those out was January 31st, 2014. Some employers do send those out via email as well. Whereas others still rely on the pony express errrr the regular mail.

If you have not received yours and are anxious because you need that refund (like yesterday!!). First step, check your Email Inbox (yeah, I know…but please read on), some emails are ignored and may have slipped down the list. Your employer might require you to log in to a separate secure website. Read more

Reporting Changes For 2014 Individual Tax Returns – IRS Fact Sheet

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So Valentine’s Day was here and left- that could only mean one thing – we are into the 3rd serious week of tax season! The Internal Revenue Service got out it’s fact sheet about the changes in reporting requirements for individuals. I thought for all those self-preparers, this would be a good tool to look at and see if this is the year you want to make the leap & have your taxes examined by a tax professional, especially an Enrolled Agent!


The ACA says that a taxpayer and each member of his family when filing his federal income tax return, must either

• Have qualifying health coverage for each month of the year; Read more

Tax Consequences For Foreign Students…Think F, J Visas

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My husband and I chartered a course ourselves long ago in the stormy waters of visas, tax treaties and tax consequences. Considering taxes have just got even more complicated, so its no surprise that I field quite a lot of questions from various visa holders especially foreign students on F-1 visas. Suffice to say that the range of information for foreign students is too much to cover in one blog post, so I will focus on the main points. If you need any more information, you know where to reach me!

If you are a foreign student, you already know from your university that you are one of those who are subject to special rules with respect to the taxation of your income. Usually a foreign student is on an F, J, M, or Q visa. Read more