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  • FAQs about Home Office Deductions
    FAQs about Home Office Deductions

    In the past, home office deductions were available to a wide range of taxpayers, including certain employees who worked from home. But the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) has effectively eliminated home ...

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  • FAQs About Virtual Currency and Your Taxes
    FAQs About Virtual Currency and Your Taxes

    Virtual currency has gone mainstream. AT&T recently announced that its customers can use Bitcoin to pay their phone bills. Other big companies that accept Bitcoin include Microsoft, Expedia and ...

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  • Tax Implications of Refinancing Your Home
    Tax Implications of Refinancing Your Home

    You may be thinking about refinancing this year to take advantage of falling interest rates. Or you may have refinanced your home mortgage last year and have yet to file your 2018 return (because you ...

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  • Delinquent Taxpayers: How Much Does the IRS Let Them Live On?
    Delinquent Taxpayers: How Much Does the IRS Let Them Live On?

    The IRS uses "Collection Financial Standards" to help determine a taxpayer's ability to pay a delinquent tax liability. Allowable living expenses include those that meet the test of being necessary to ...

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  • Follow Detailed Recordkeeping Rules for Vehicle Expense Deductions
    Follow Detailed Recordkeeping Rules for Vehicle Expense Deductions

    Many business owners fail to follow the strict tax rules for substantiating vehicle expenses. But if your business is audited, the IRS will most likely ask for mileage logs if you deducted vehicle ...

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  • Custodial Accounts: What Parents and Grandparents Should Know
    Custodial Accounts: What Parents and Grandparents Should Know

    Custodial accounts for children are established for various reasons. Grandma gave $10,000 to little Jennifer: set up a custodial account. Mom and Dad want a tax shelter for little Johnny's college ...

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