From the November, 2013

Tax Credits and Deductions Expiring in 2013

Tax credits and deductions have become an important part of the tax code and a significant benefit to many tax payers. Some credits, like the investment credit for business in American Samoa, are rarely […]

Who is Regulating the Debt Collector?

In the 1950’s and 1960’s debt collection was like the old wild west – no rules, and whoever had the fastest gun won, usually to the detriment of the consumer. In many cases, consumers […]

5 Tax Tips For When You Sell Your Home

If you’re selling your primary residence, here are a few things to keep in mind. If you lived in your home for at least two of the last five years, and make a profit […]

The Extra Income Inquisition

If you’re a small business, the IRS has decided you may be hiding income. According to the IRS tax gap study released in 2012, the U.S. Treasury loses $376 billion each year due to […]

The Government Shutdown Ripples Continue…

Every year the IRS updates its computer systems in preparation for the next tax year’s returns. Rules change, processing and technology updates are implemented and new tax laws are reduced to policy and imbedded […]

The New Arizona BK Exemptions Are Here!

If your personal assets deterred you from filing a bankruptcy case in the past, you will want to consult a lawyer regarding the new Arizona bankruptcy exemptions.  House bill 2325 was passed during the […]