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Taxes and Divorce: What You Need to Know

What you need to know about divorce and taxes including the elimination of the alimony deductions, claiming children under the new law, and when your status changes.

Erin F

Tampa, Florida, United States

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Short Blog Post $49.50

Taxation for Inhalation: Motivating Workplace Smoking Cessation

This piece will present statistics on workplace smoking and smoking policies that companies have in place. Results from a Society for Human Resource Management study will be discussed, and whether positive or negative quitting incentives (e.g., wellness literature vs increased health care premiums) have had a greater effect on smoking habits.

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Short Blog Post $82.50

Three Tax Planning Steps Business Owners Need to Take Before 2018 Ends

1) Calculate their Section 199A deduction and make moves to maximize it. 2) Revisit their retirement plan before the 12/31 deadline. 3) Double check their numbers under the new law to avoid a surprise bill.

Erin F

Tampa, Florida, United States

Customer Ratings 128
$21.9K Earned

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Top Tax Deductions for Self-Employed Writers

Writers may be overlooking some important tax deductions when they file their return. This list includes deducting your home office expenses, the cost of any courses, books or subscriptions used for research and deducting website costs.

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What Are Taxes And Why Do We File Them Each Year?

With tax filing season upon us and the majority of taxes being filed last minute it's a hot topic around this time of year. This introductory post about taxes will explain the basics and history of taxes. It will be casual and informative.

vishnu r

Los Angeles, California, United States

Customer Ratings 54
$4.79K Earned
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Why Your Income Taxes Matter Before April 15th

Even though many businesses only concern themselves with their income taxes around April 15th -- the filing deadline -- this SEO blog post will discuss, in extensive detail, why it's important for businessmen and businesswomen to keep track of their income taxes prior to the April 15th deadline. This post will also end with a CTA (call to action) for the client.

Bernadette G

New York, New York, United States

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Call Your State Taxes a Donation to Avoid Federal Tax? Not So Fast

After the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act limited deductions for state and local taxes, some states tried to recreate the deductions by allowing their residents to donate to designated state charities instead of paying state taxes. The IRS has proposed new rules to close this loophole. https://www.journalofaccountancy.com/news/2018/aug/state-local-tax-credits-charitable-contributions-201819604.html

Erin F

Tampa, Florida, United States

Customer Ratings 138
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Short Blog Post $82.50

How to Have a Tax-Free Retirement

Want to pay no income taxes in retirement? It's possible to do so legally. Here's how to structure your retirement accounts and planning to avoid taxes.

Erin F

Tampa, Florida, United States

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Still doing your own taxes? This is the year to hire a professional

Sweeping changes to tax law means big changes for the majority of taxpayers. Here's how hiring a professional could save you money when you file your 2017 taxes.

Rachel M

Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States

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When is Student Loan Forgiveness Taxable?

Got out of your student loans? Maybe not. Learn when the IRS wants to take a cut and charge income taxes on student loans that were forgiven and whether you can avoid the tax.

Erin F

Tampa, Florida, United States

Customer Ratings 128
$21.9K Earned

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What Changed for Uber Driver Taxes in 2018?

Overview of the relevant tax law changes, standard changes such as the mileage rate, plus a caution for drivers classified as employees who lost deductions.

Erin F

Tampa, Florida, United States

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Why Your Business Needs a Tax Accountant

Most medium and large-sized businesses have their own internal accountant or team of bookeepers. When tax time rolls around, it is essential that you seek outside consultation. This article focuses on the special insight a tax accountant offers.

Joseph M

Florida, United States

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When Do You Need to Collect Sales Tax on Services?

Sales tax guide for service businesses. When are services subject to sales tax? What about services in other states? What if the service includes tangible property?

Erin F

Tampa, Florida, United States

Customer Ratings 128
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What You Need to Know About Crowdfunding and Taxes

Crowdfunding is an increasingly popular way for new businesses to raise money. However, like everything, the IRS wants its cut. Here's when and how crowdfunding money raising is taxed.

Erin F

Tampa, Florida, United States

Customer Ratings 129
$22K Earned

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Work From Home? Here Are the Top X Tax Deductions That You’re Missing

If you’re a freelancer, your taxes can get complicated quickly. Ease the burden with these deductions. Ideas include home office and travel, but specifics will vary each tax year.

Elizabeth T

Newburyport, Massachusetts, United States

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