In: Tax

2020 Year-End Tax Update
November 23, 2020

Welcome to your 2020 year-end tax update. Let’s dive right in, shall we? Are we going to see federal tax law…

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Trump vs. Biden: Whose Tax Plan Makes for Good Tax Law?
October 5, 2020

What defines good tax law? As a taxpayer, I bet you have your thoughts on this. As a tax professional, I…

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The Intersection of Death and Taxes in the 2020 Presidential Election
September 16, 2020

Guest post by Elizabeth Lambert Cox, attorney, Scroggin & Company, P.C. President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential-candidate, Vice President Joe Biden,…

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10 Tax Facts You Should Know But Probably Don’t
September 8, 2020

As a society, we’re not really taught much, if anything, about taxes in high school or college. My first personal experience…

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Does Location Matter When It Comes to Taxes?
August 13, 2020

Guest post by Laurie Marson, CPA, Marson Accounting, Consulting and Tax Services PLLC Even before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, many workers…

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Deducting Business Use of Your Vehicle
August 10, 2020

I’m often asked by small business owners how they can get the most tax benefit for using their vehicles in their…

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Atlanta Tax
How Estimated Taxes for Individuals Work
August 10, 2020

Many of our clients make estimated tax payments. Part of our job is to help them determine when to make these…

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Advising the IRS
June 30, 2020

We’re only half-way through the year and so far 2020 has been an extraordinary time of social upheaval and political unrest…

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2020 Mid-Year Tax Check-In
June 30, 2020

It’s been a crazy year. For most of us, targets we’ve been chasing have multiplied and are moving faster – while…

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Tips for Lowering your Property Tax Bill in 2020
April 23, 2020

Guest post by Sara Sorenson, Sorenson Law When it comes to income taxes, most people don’t want to pay a penny…

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