Part 5: The 10 Most Expensive Tax Mistakes, Are You Satisfied with The Taxes You Pay?

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Now let’s talk about the fifth mistake: missing family employment.

Part 4: The 10 Most Expensive Tax Mistakes, Are you Satisfied with the Taxes You Pay?

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Now let’s talk about the fourth mistake: choosing the wrong retirement plan.

Part 3: The 10 Most Expensive Tax Mistakes, Are you Satisfied with the Taxes You Pay?

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The next most expensive mistake is choosing the wrong business entity.

Part 2: The 10 Most Expensive Tax Mistakes, Are you Satisfied with the Taxes You Pay?

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The second biggest mistake is nearly as important as the first, and that’s fearing, rather than respecting, the IRS.

Part 1: The 10 Most Expensive Tax Mistakes, Are You Satisified With the Taxes You Pay?

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“There is nothing wrong with a strategy to avoid the payment…

Intro: The 10 Most Expensive Tax Mistakes, Are you Satisfied with the Taxes You Pay?

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Are you confident you’re taking advantage of every available…

How the Senate's Tax Reform Bill is Different Than the House Version

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The U.S. Senate Finance Committee released their proposed tax reform bill, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, on November 9th, one week following the House Ways and Means Committee's release of their original version of the bill, which was revised this week. Click here to read our previous analysis of the House bill on individuals and businesses.

Part II: How the GOP Tax Bill Impacts Small Businesses: Who wins and who loses? How does this affect tax planning?

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Corporate tax rates: Under current law, federal tax rates on corporate taxable income vary from 15% to 25%.

Part I: How the GOP Tax Bill Impacts Individual Taxpayers: Who wins and who loses? How does this affect tax planning?

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The Tax Cut and Jobs Act, introduced on November 1, 2017, by the U.S. House of Representatives Ways and Means Committee,

Commonly Missed Tax Deductions

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Many business taxpayers fail to deduct otherwise eligible business…

David Auer on Shrimp Tank

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Business owners overpay an average of $15,000 every year in taxes. During his appearance on ShrimpTank, advanced tax planning CPA, David Auer, shares how business owners can significantly reduce their tax bill.

How To Beat The IRS Legally

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Are you getting a history lesson or a plan? To minimize your taxes, you need a plan. You need concepts and strategies that leave more on your bottom line, without raising “red flags” or straying into “gray areas.”