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Tax Trivia - Read these fun bookkeeping basics income tax facts, quizzes and tests about all things income tax trivia related
The current news is that there will be a proposed merging of the departments of Education and Labor by the White House. This will apparently be part of
Bookkeeping FAQ - This is where you can read Frequently Asked Questions about Bookkeeping-Basics.net along with other accounting FAQ, bookkeeping facts and bookkeeping basics.
Accounting 101 The Income Statement - Every business owner should be using their income statement to track revenues and expenses. Read how.
Accounting 101 Financial Terms - Learn the 9 Financial Terms every business owner should know.
Accounting 101 The Balance Sheet - It is the big-picture summary of how your business is doing at a moment in time. To read more ...
Bookkeeping Basics - An accounting and recordkeeping how to for bookkeepers and business owners. Knowledge of accounting is key to a successful business. Learn the basics of book keeping from a professional bookkeeper.
Lean how the accounts payable account records the outstanding bills of a business.
Accounting Chart of Accounts - Learn how to setup the coa quickbooks chart of accounts in the quickbooks accounting software.
I have a few questions regarding write offs. I have been working as an independent sales rep for about 4 months. It requires driving to a meeting
Hello, Please help: Is alimony taxable? Hello Penny, Thank you for your question. Yes, the money you receive from Alimony is taxable.
In the year 2009 I didn't work as much I only made $2151 because I kept getting laid off and I want to know if I would qualify to file taxes and maybe
Do I have to file a 1099 if I earned under $3000 as an independent contractor
I am retired and have very little income besides social security and pensions. The problem is that I owe over a $100,000.00 in back taxes I pay a monthly
Property Income Tax Questions - A place where you can get your questions answered about demolished, rental and property taxes.
I recently retired. I receive a small monthly pension. My total pension is a little more than $6000 a year. I have no other pension. I have a new job with
Can my live in boyfriend who collects ssi (680 per month)be a dependent of mine. He has no other income. He collects ssi due to depression/bipolar disorder.
In 2009 I had two jobs that resulted in excess social security being withheld. I understand how to get a refund for this excess. BUT in October I started
In 2007 my rental property was completely destroyed by fire. My insurance company denied the claim, so when I filed my 2007 tax, I reported a loss of $30,000
On verifying the credit of Tax deducted at Source, I found that the tax deducted by one of my employer is not appearing in Form 26AS. I requested the employer
If you have filed personal bankrupcy several years ago, can your income tax refund be with held
My mother just passed away. My father made $49,930 in 2010. Should he apply for the three months of VA benefits he's entitled to ($4,680) or would that
2008 withdrew $30,000.00 from a retirement acct. to survive. At tax we found that we owed $8040.00 in taxes(federal). We did not file the taxes. We did
Dear team, Recently i had travelled from Mumbai to Cochin and returned from Trivandrum to Mumbai by air visiting multiple places in Kerala. I have googled
Hello and thanks in advance for your help, Am I eligible for the D.C. First Time Home Buyer Credit if I have to repay the federal First Time Home Buyer
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