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Tax Treatment of Business Loan Prepayment Penalties

If you’re a business owner and you have a mortgage loan on some real estate, and find yourself in a situation where you have the desire and wherewithal to pay off the loan early, how do you treat any prepayment … read more

Are You Aware of the New Changes for 2011 on Partnership Returns?

In an ongoing effort to ensure the proper amount of income and deductions are reported and that the proper amount of tax is collected, the Internal Revenue Service is ever evolving its tax forms. You can always find these changes … read more

Governor Jan Brewer Signs Bill for 2-Year Unemployment "Special Assessment" Tax Increase on Employers

Arizona employers face a temporary tax increase in 2011 and 2012 to help Arizona repay loans provided by the federal government to pay for unemployment benefits. House Bill 2619 signed April 25, 2011 by Gov. Jan Brewer authorizes the Department … read more

What to do if you Cannot Pay Your Tax – Part 1

In the current economic downturn, you might be experiencing financial difficulties and unable to meet your tax obligations. Do not let your inability to pay your tax liability in full keep you from filing your tax return properly and on … read more

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