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  • Higher Tax Liability Proposed for Cryptocurrency
      by HG.org

    Due to the changes in tax law with the Administration, cryptocurrency may face higher liability in taxation as well as alter the ability to exchange and sell the online transaction without incurring a tax charge. It is important to pay attention to these laws to avoid problems with tax returns and violations of legal tax regulations.

  • Qualified Tax Deductions for Your Business under Section 199A
      by HG.org

    The new tax law may provide for up to twenty percent of earnings increases without paying the Internal Revenue Service for the income based on new changes in deductions and exemptions. With these possibilities, the business may increase spending or savings without the need for additional revenue or sales.

  • Little Known Tax Deductions for Businesses
      by HG.org

    There are many tips available for deducting taxes from income to save the company money, but there are many little-known ways to incorporate these deductions into tax returns for the business. Sometimes, it is important to seek out a professional to apply the deductions to the income tax statements and increase the amount of income saved from tax periods.

  • What Is Innocent Spouse Tax Relief?
      by HG.org

    Relief from taxation through filing with or without a spouse occurs when one person in the relationship needs protections against the actions of the other in the marriage. Any misfiling or incorrect details in income may cause serious consequences for both parties when married, and sometimes it is only the fault of one that needs addressing.

  • The Basics of Franchise Tax Board Penalties
      by HG.org

    Tax returns with a franchise could lead to severe consequences when the paperwork contains errors or falsifications for yearly income and other expenses or deductions. It is imperative that the owner of the franchise discloses all information and ensures that the Internal Revenue Service has everything with all valid and correct details.

  • Substantial Misstatements and Franchise Tax Board Penalties
      by HG.org

    The penalties for mistakes and misstatements in tax documents are costly and may lead to severe consequences for those involved. However, when the misstatements are substantial, they may lead to additional fees or even criminal charges depending on the specific circumstances.

  • Tax Benefits of Making Charitable Donations
      by HG.org

    Tax deductions increase when someone makes a charitable donation to various worthy causes, and these affect how much the person pays back to the government at tax season. It is important to consult an expert due to possible adverse effects, but a professional may assist in increasing all possible deductions with taxation.

  • Effect of Receiving SBA Disaster Loan on Taxes
      by HG.org

    Small Business Association disaster loans are received when a company or individual suffers through a natural or manmade disaster such as a flood, hurricane or detonation area. These loans are available to assist these individuals or groups through hard times, and the effects on taxes are often beneficial when the person receiving the loan has no other debt needing payment.

  • Impact of New Tax Law on Professional Sports Teams
      by HG.org

    Tax deductions and the new tax law affect professional sports teams and the athletes that play or belong to each team. While the impact could affect some for the better, those that earn more than the $10,000 cap in each year may face severe amounts owed when the income is over seven or eight figures for the year.

  • Case Studies on How New Tax Law May Impact Different Families
      by HG.org

    Various experts tasked with studying the new tax laws determined that there are different impacts on families based on certain factors for each. These may include or involve single parents, multiple children and extended families where grandparents receive their grandchildren as primary caregivers.


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