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There have been many court cases etc where a CPA or Tax Preparer has not filed and extension for a client even when they were informed that one was filed.Â The courts have held, you cannot delegate that responsibility.Â I do the best I can but I am human and on occasion I miss one.Â To be safe I wou
Section 6001 requires the taxpayer to maintain records sufficient to establish the amount of each deduction claimed. See also sec. 1.6001-1(a),Income Tax Regs. Under the Cohan rule, if the taxpayer establishes that an expense is deductible but is unable to substantiate the precise amount, the court
FYI the IRS now requires me to verify your I.D. if you want your tax return e filed.Â I will need:
Employers are required to file W-2s with the federal government by Jan. 31, up from the prior deadlines of Feb. 28 for paper returns and March 31 for e-filings. This earlier deadline matches the date for sending copies of the forms to employees. The Jan. 31 due date also applies to 1099s reporting n
Starting Dec. 1, the salary threshold for overtime thatâ€™s been in place since 2004 will nearly double to $47,476, and it will continue to rise every three years per new regulations approved by the Department of Labor (DOL) in May. That means any employee who earns under that amount will be owed over
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