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Do you have a household employee?

Do you have a babysitter, nanny, maid, health care provider, or other domestic worker? If so, they may be your employee. The worker is generally your employee if you can control not only what work is done, but also how … read more

The IRS Now has a Mobile App for You

Everyone seems to have their own mobile apps these days and the IRS is no exception. This free app for your electronic devices will let you check your refund status and more. It is available on Google Play and at … read more

The Benefits of an Estate Plan for Your College-Age Children

Have children around the age of 18? There is one thing you are probably unaware of that could save you thousands of dollars and a headache. Once individuals reach the age of majority—18 in most states—their parents are no longer … read more

Minnesota CPAs’ List of Outrageous Tax Deductions

For some reason CPAs are not known for a great sense of humor. So it’s refreshing to see the Minnesota Society of Certified Public Accountants (MNCPA) release an annual list of the most outrageous tax deductions clients tried to take … read more

Taxation of Professional Athletes: The Jock Tax

March is that sports time of the year when Major League Baseball is gearing up, the PGA, the National Hockey League is still at it, as is the NBA. It’s also that tax time of year when it’s time for … read more

Home Interest Deduction – Even When It’s Not in Your Name

There are various circumstances where a taxpayer could be making payments on a mortgage, but not hold legal title to the property. One example could be, the child of a taxpayer that could not obtain financing, so mom and dad … read more

The IRS Says You’re No Longer Represented by Your CPA

You get a letter from the Internal Revenue Service and right away you don’t have a very good feeling about it. You open it up, read it, and then panic hits. You owe them $10,000! No. Fortunately, it doesn’t tell … read more

Marital Status? For Some LGBTQ Couples, It’s Complicated

On June 26, 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court, in the Windsor case, struck down Section 3 of the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) as unconstitutional. As a result, the federal government is required to recognize marriages between same-sex couples … read more

Need Help with Finding Tax Information?

The IRS suggests you use their online services to find tax information: Where’s My Refund? – This allows you to track the status of your refund. You can use the “Where’s My Refund?” tool within 24 hours after you e-file … read more

Save on Taxes While Growing Your Business

It’s a worthy goal; one that most all business owners would like to achieve – growing your business while at the same time saving on taxes. It can be done and the IRS gives us some amount of incentive. Consider … read more


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