Small Employers Should Check Out the Health Care Tax Credit

Small Employers Should Check Out the Health Care Tax Credit

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New and existing small employers who do not yet benefit from the Small Business Health Care Tax Credit should look into whether the credit can help them provide insurance to their employees.

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Taxpayers Freaking Out Over Hoax Claiming 2015 IRS Refunds Already Delayed

Taxpayers Freaking Out Over Hoax Claiming 2015 IRS Refunds Already Delayed

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Earlier this week, a panicked reader shot me the link to an article with this headline: 2014 Federal Tax Refunds To Be Delayed Until October 15. I glanced at the article on my phone and fired off a quick inquiry to the media department at Internal Revenue Service (IRS) questioning whether it was true.

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Trying To Reach IRS? Hold On Until Tuesday

Trying To Reach IRS? Hold On Until Tuesday

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You might already know that Monday, October 13, is a federal holiday. It’s Columbus Day and that means that Internal Revenue Service, along with the U.S. Postal Service and a number of other federal agencies will be closed. Most state government offices are also closed and, as where I live, many schools.

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Extended Tax Deadline Expires Oct 15 - Dont Overlook Tax Benefits

Extended Tax Deadline Expires Oct 15 - Dont Overlook Tax Benefits

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If you are one of the nearly 13 million taxpayers who asked for more time to file your federal tax return this year, the extra time is about to expire.

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Strategic Ways To Fund Your Business and Staying True To Your Business

Strategic Ways To Fund Your Business and Staying True To Your Business

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Linda Rottenberg, the CEO and co-founder of Endeavor, and best-selling author Guy Kawasaki, the chief evangelist for Canva, answer viewer questions about whether to bootstrap your business or take on investors and how to maintain your small business brand strength when you start to grow.

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Tips for Taxpayers - Victims about Identity Theft and Tax Returns

Tips for Taxpayers - Victims about Identity Theft and Tax Returns

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Identity theft remains a top priority for the Internal Revenue Service in 2014. Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes nationwide, and refund fraud caused by identity theft is one of the biggest challenges facing the IRS. This year, the IRS continues to take new steps and strong actions to protect taxpayers and help victims of identity theft and refund fraud.

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Are You Still Paying Your Babysitter Under the Table?

Are You Still Paying Your Babysitter Under the Table?

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If you've been paying your babysitter or other household worker in cash, you just might be the unassuming neighborhood evader of what's nicknamed the "nanny tax," which also applies to babysitters, housekeepers, private nurses and gardeners.

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10 Things You Should Never Pay With Credit Cards

10 Things You Should Never Pay With Credit Cards

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Plastic comes in handy during an emergency, and when you're building reward points or your credit history. But although credit cards can be used for just about any purchase, there are things you should never charge to your card.

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Still Time to Act to Avoid Surprises at Tax-Time

Still Time to Act to Avoid Surprises at Tax-Time

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Even though only a few months remain in 2014, you still have time to act so you aren’t surprised at tax-time next year. You should take steps now to avoid owing more taxes or getting a larger refund than you expect

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IRS Warned about Protecting Taxpayer Information on Health Exchanges

IRS Warned about Protecting Taxpayer Information on Health Exchanges

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The Internal Revenue Service needs to go to greater lengths to safeguard taxpayer information on health insurance exchanges, according to a new government report.

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