xxx xxx porn xxx xxx

Blog

Apply for an EIN

Posted by on Jan 26th, 2011 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Apply for an EIN

No need to file a Form SS-4. We ask you the questions and you give us the answers. After all validations are done you will get your EIN immediately upon completion. You can then download, save, and print your EIN confirmation notice. This EIN is your permanent number and can be used immediately for most of your business needs, including opening a bank account, applying for business licenses, and filing a tax return by mail. However, no matter how you apply (phone, fax, mail, or online), it will take up to two weeks before your EIN becomes part...

read more

Taxpayers Must Use e-Signatures

Posted by on Jan 26th, 2011 in Taxes | Comments Off on Taxpayers Must Use e-Signatures

In an effort to make electronic filing even more secure and paperless, the Internal Revenue Service now requires all taxpayers who file their tax returns electronically to also use electronic signatures. The IRS has eliminated the paper signature document for e-filed returns. Just as the familiar automated teller machines use personal identification numbers, so does the IRS e-signature process. If filing a joint return, each taxpayer must create and use his or her own PIN to sign the tax return. The IRS also must verify your identity so there...

read more

Posted by on Oct 11th, 2010 in Thomas Shelton | Comments Off on

IRS plans a late start to the 1040 filing season The delayed passage of the American Taxpayers Relief Act of 2012 has put the IRS behind schedule. Due to several provisions of the law affecting 2012 tax returns, the IRS could not open the Form 1040 filing season for the majority of taxpayers until late January. Those taxpayers filing Form 5695 (Energy Credit), Form 4562 (Depreciation), and Form 3800 (General Business Credit) will not be able to file until late February or possibly not until March. Apparently a large percentage of taxpayers in...

read more

Posted by on Oct 11th, 2010 in Thomas Shelton | Comments Off on

Mark these tax deadlines on your 2013 calendar It’s time to file various tax returns once again. Among the tax deadlines you may be required to meet in the next few months are the following: January 15 – Due date for the fourth quarterly installment of 2012 estimated taxes for individuals unless you file your tax return and pay any taxes due by January 31. January 31 – Employers must furnish 2012 W-2 statements to employees. Payers must furnish payees with Form 1099s for various payments made. (The deadline for providing Form 1099-B and...

read more

Posted by on Oct 11th, 2010 in Thomas Shelton | Comments Off on

Note these December tax deadlines December 17 – Due date for calendar-year corporations to pay the last installment of 2012 estimated income tax. December 31 – Deadline to complete 2012 tax-free gifts of up to $13,000 per recipient. December 31 – Deadline for paying expenses you want to be able to deduct on your 2012 income tax return. December 31 – Deadline for taking 2012 required minimum distributions (RMDs). IRS gives tax relief to hurricane victims Victims of Hurricane Sandy may be entitled to some tax relief, according to an...

read more

Posted by on Oct 11th, 2010 in Thomas Shelton | Comments Off on

December 31, 2012, will be a very important date in the lives of taxpayers, because that is the date that many tax-saving provisions are set to expire. Congress has extended many of these provisions on a year-by-year basis. However, as it stands now, many tax-cutting provisions have already expired or will expire. Here are a few of the more important ones that could apply to you. Employee’s share of social security taxes. The employee’s share of FICA taxes will return to 6.2% after 2012, up from 4.2%. Income tax rates. The 10% tax rate...

read more
line
footer
Copyright 2019