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IRS Dirty Dozen Tax Scams for 2016

Compiled annually by the IRS, the “Dirty Dozen” is a list of common scams taxpayers may encounter in the coming months. While many of these scams peak during the tax filing season, they may be encountered at any time during the year. Here is this year’s list: 1. Identity Theft Tax-related identity theft occurs when someone uses your stolen Social Security number to file a tax return claiming a fraudulent refund. Taxpayers should use caution […]

Get all your tax related queries solved at Indian CPA Hanover Park

Tax laws tend to be a very complicated aspect for various businesses around the world. One should make sure that their book keeping and tax preparation is in the right and hands as compromising on this would affect the company accounts. SchaumburgCPA.info has good experience in this field and they have professional accountants that have the expertise to work for all kinds of businesses Mr. Manen Kothari is a certified tax professional and his past […]

How will taxpayers report minimum essential coverage?

Taxpayers whose entire tax household had minimum essential coverage for each month of their tax year will indicate this on their federal income tax return by simply checking a box on their Form 1040, 1040A or 1040EZ. No further action is required.     If anyone in the taxpayer’s household did not have minimum essential coverage for each month of the year, the taxpayer will claim a coverage exemption or calculate an individual shared responsibility […]

Charitable Giving Forecast to Grow in 2014

According to a report on charitable giving released in May 2014 by a leading forecast organization, Atlas of Giving, the U.S. is likely to see more than a 7% growth in charitable donations in 2014 compared to 2013. Atlas of Giving provides a monthly estimate of charitable giving by sector, source, and state. In 2013, Americans set a record. Fueled largely by significant gains in stock prices, charitable giving in the U.S. increased 13% in […]

Foreign Tax Credit – Choosing To Take Credit or Deduction

Making the Choice You can choose each tax year to take the amount of any qualified foreign taxes paid or accrued during the year as a foreign tax credit or as an itemized deduction. You can change your choice for each year’s taxes. To choose the foreign tax credit, you generally must complete Form 1116, Foreign Tax Credit and attach it to your U.S. tax return. However, you may qualify for an exception that allows you […]