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New Foreign Reporting Rules for CFC Shareholders

Do you own stock in a controlled foreign company? Were you affected by the repeal of section 958(b)(4)? If so, we have some great tax news for you.

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Tax Law: Expat Tax Amnesty Program

IRS Offering Tax Deal Expatriates Can’t Refuse

The Internal Revenue Service is offering an excellent tax break for expats who want to expatriate but think they can't afford it. Jump in to learn more.

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Six Money-Saving Tax Tips for Freelancers

Freelancers and self-employed people can save money on their taxes by taking advantage of a few key credits, deductions, and savings opportunities.

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How Does the IRS Tax Lawsuit Awards?

Did you know that the IRS collects taxes on money won in many lawsuits? Jump in to learn about what you need to consider when negotiating settlement amounts.

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Paying Quarterly Taxes The Right Way

Self-employed people and freelancers must take charge of their taxes and pay the Internal Revenue Service quarterly. Jump in to learn how.

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Amazon Wins $1.5 Billion Tax Battle with IRS

The Internal Revenue Service and Amazon.com have been entangled in a tax law case for over a decade, and a judge just ruled in favor of the online retailer.

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IRS Suspended My Passport Over Unpaid Taxes!

You may have trouble obtaining or renewing a passport if you owe federal taxes. But fear not, we have solutions. Pull up a chair; let's review the issue.

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Lower Taxes Using The R&D Credit

Thanks to a 2015 law change, smaller businesses can now take advantage of the research and development tax credit. Does your operation qualify?

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Take S-Corp Distributions Instead of Large Salaries

Are you a freelancer, entrepreneur, or small business owner who is looking to cut your tax obligations compliantly? Consider the s-corp method.

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