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  • Hobby or Business? How to Treat COVID-19 Sideline Activities for Taxes
    Hobby or Business? How to Treat COVID-19 Sideline Activities for Taxes

    Today, many people sell homemade products online or work on some unincorporated sideline venture outside of their regular day jobs. Such activities can generate extra spending money. This can be ...

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  • LLC: A Blueprint to Limit Liability and Cut Taxes
    LLC: A Blueprint to Limit Liability and Cut Taxes

    There is generally no one legal structure that works best for all businesses. The most favorable choice depends on a number of factors, including the number of owners, your tax situation and whether ...

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  • Plan Around the Medicare Tax on Investment Income
    Plan Around the Medicare Tax on Investment Income

    T he 3.8% Medicare tax on net investment income took effect a few years ago. It only affects higher-income individuals, but that can include anyone who happens to have big one-time taxable income or ...

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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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  • 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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