Casa Grande Tax
The advent of the Limited Liability Company, or LLC, is relatively new to the United States. Wyoming was the first state to offer an LLC business entity classification in 1977, and within 20 years, nearly every other state had followed … read more
You promised yourself back in January that you wouldn’t procrastinate on your tax return this year. It would be finished and filed by the middle of March, at the latest. But, sure enough, you found yourself scrambling on April 14th … read more
The United States Department of Labor is proposing to update its regulations governing which executive, administrative, and professional employees (white collar workers) are entitled to the Fair Labor Standards Act’s minimum wage and overtime pay protections. These regulations were last … read more
Recently, a client contacted me looking for some advice on an issue with his former employer. The client had been a shareholder in a C-Corp and received W-2 wages from the C-Corp partially based on the performance of the company. … read more
Did you file your tax return electronically this year? If so, you are in with a pack of your closest friends – over 100 million tax returns are expected to have been completed by e-file for 2015. That is a … read more
So as another tax season comes to an end, I am going to share some memories of conversations overheard in the hallway, just as I was walking by. Obviously, these are just snippets of conversations, but show how patient we … read more
A recent UK high court decision provides insight and HMRC may grant flow through treatment status for certain qualified United States LLCs. Prior to this decision, HMRC has denied UK investors relief from double taxation in the UK. On July … read more
Unless you received a letter from the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) requesting you complete a survey, you may not have been aware of the existence of these surveys. Although BEA surveys have been around for a number of years, … read more
In IR-2016-56, the IRS announced a new tax payment option for individual taxpayers who need to pay their taxes with cash. In partnership with ACI Worldwide’s OfficialPayments.com and the PayNearMe Company, individuals can now make a payment without the need … read more
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- You Need to File an Amended Return: Now What?
- HR May Need to Work Overtime for New Overtime Rule
- Clawback Compensation and Section 1341
- History of E-File
- Tax Season: Overheard in the Hallways
- UK Double Taxation Relief for the U.S. LLC
- BEA Survey Requirements
- Need to Make a Tax Payment? Go to Your Local 7-Eleven
- Flat Fee Rental Agencies – Are They Worth It?