Blog Ideas For Taxation

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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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Accounting -- For the New Age

Retirement, Planning for Retirement should be done while the person is still young. Help those who find themselves struggling when they are into their 50's. Taxation, Remember when you cash in those IRA's early you owe a penalty to the IRS. Educate

Jennifer M

Phenix City, Alabama, United States

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What Everyone Needs To Know About Social Insurance In The US

A lot of employees rely on social security when they retire; therefore, it is important to understand as much as you can about it. They might be reduced in future, taxation, might not be enough to live on, claiming early could hurt you etc

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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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Short Blog Post $87.50

What Happens if My Obamacare Subsidy Was Wrong?

If your income was higher or lower than you expected when you signed up for Obamacare, you may be receiving too much or not enough in subsidies. This will be sorted out when you file your return either by paying back some of the subsidy with your taxes or as an additional tax credit if your subsidy was too low.

Erin F

Tampa, Florida, 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

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Should You Convert Your Traditional IRA or 401(k) to a Roth IRA?

With new tax brackets after tax reform, Roth IRAs are now more favorable, and it's time to revisit conversion strategies. Here's when converting makes sense, how to time it, why new tax brackets make it better, and why to get it done by 2025.

Erin F

Tampa, Florida, United States

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Are You Going to Get Hit By a Surprise Tax Bill This Year?

Even if you've worked to get your taxes just right in previous years, changes in the tax law could mean big changes in what you owe even if your job and personal situation hasn't changed. Here's what to look out for.

Erin F

Tampa, Florida, United States

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Do You Want to Be an Independent Contractor or Employee?

If you have a choice, which isn't always the case, is it better to take a job as an employee or independent contractor? Here are the factors you should consider.

Erin F

Tampa, Florida, United States

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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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Are Second Mortgages Still a Good Idea After the Tax Changes?

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act eliminated deductions for interest on many second mortgages. Are these loans still a good idea? Here's what you should consider.

Erin F

Tampa, Florida, United States

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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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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

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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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Financial Tips for Freelancers: How to Keep Up with Quarterly Taxes

Freelance and contract workers need to file regular income reports and pay quarterly taxes. Missing a deadline or failing to file can come with stiff financial penalties. This piece will provide a quick overview of required reporting and some organizational tips to make the task manageable.

Nadine M

Baltimore, Maryland, United States

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