Bonnie Lee Archive
Published July 05, 2013
Newlyweds have two different options when filing their tax returns, but how do they know which method is best? Follow these six tips.
Published June 28, 2013
The legal entity of limited liability company (LLC) is a relatively new business structure and it is a popular choice for many new businesses.
Published June 27, 2013
The IRS’s offer in compromise program allows taxpayers to settle their tax liability for less than the amount, but the process is a long one.
Published June 24, 2013
To help reignite small businesses, the Obama Administration launched a series of tax cuts and credits to help shore up balance sheets.
Published June 20, 2013
Not all oversights need to be reported to the IRS, but if it increases your tax liability or changes your return amount, you need to alert the agency.
Published June 14, 2013
Getting a piece of mail from the IRS is enough to cause anyone’s hands to shake and primal instincts to surface. The letter could be concerning a change to the tax return due to mathematical errors, a notice that the return is up for audit, or a bill among other things.
Published June 13, 2013
Major life events usually bring changes to all aspects of people’s lives—including their taxes. Here's how to make sure you stay on track.
Published June 06, 2013
Form W4 can be a good tax planning tool--if you fill it out correctly.
Published May 31, 2013
The IRS is currently involved in a massive project that involves agents auditing businesses to determine if they are correctly following the rules of hiring of independent contractors, and business owners should take note and review their hiring practices.
Published May 30, 2013
With summer just around the corner, many parents are looking to hire help to watch their children during the day, and in most cases, this means Uncle Sam will also get involved.