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Tax Tips For Divorcing Couples

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

When married couples go through a legal separation or divorce, their change in relationship status could end up affecting their tax situation. Couples who share children, for instance, will need to determine who will claim those children as dependents on their tax returns. Newly divorced couples will also need to consider their new filing… Read More »

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Tax Reporting Required For Foreign Accounts And Assets

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

U.S. citizens, resident aliens, and some nonresident aliens are required to report certain kinds of foreign financial assets on their yearly tax returns if the value of those assets exceeds specific thresholds. Fulfilling this obligation often requires the completion of a lot of paperwork and compliance with numerous deadlines. If you are unsure about… Read More »

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Correcting Your Tax Return Electronically

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Even the most careful taxpayer could end up making a mistake when preparing or submitting a tax return. Fortunately, it is possible to amend one’s return without incurring any penalties. In fact, one of the best ways to do so is online. Recently, the IRS opened this option up to even more tax return-related… Read More »

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Applying For An Individual Tax Payment Plan

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Qualified taxpayers who cannot pay what they owe to the IRS can apply for a payment plan that allows them to pay off their balance over time. The types of payment options that are available to a taxpayer will depend on his or her specific tax situation. For instance, payment options could include full… Read More »

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Paying Estimated Taxes

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Taxes must be paid as a person earns or receives income throughout the year. This can usually be achieved by withholding a certain amount from one’s paycheck. If, however, the amount withheld from a salary or pension isn’t enough, or if a person receives income through interest, dividends, alimony, capital gains, or self-employment, then… Read More »

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The Filing Deadline For Tax-Exempt Organizations

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

As you probably know, the tax filing deadline for most individuals was in April. Many tax-exempt organizations, including those that operate on a calendar-year basis, however, had until May 16th to file their returns and certain annual information with the IRS. Failing to comply with these deadlines can result in significant penalties and fees,… Read More »

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Tax Benefits For Small Businesses In 2022

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Small business owners always qualify for a few specific tax benefits. However, for 2022, some of these benefits have been expanded. Some small business owners, for instance, could now be eligible for an enhanced 100 percent deduction for business meals. This is only one of the many tax benefits that small business owners could… Read More »

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Preparing For A Natural Disaster

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

As we officially enter the summer months, Florida residents may want to reconsider either creating or reviewing their emergency preparedness plans, which includes taking steps to protect important tax-related information. Given the impact of hurricanes, tropical storms, flooding, land and mudslides, and winter storms on Florida over the last few years, there is no… Read More »

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Reporting Payroll Taxes

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

All employers must pay a payroll tax, either on their own after purchasing IRS-approved software, or with the help of a tax professional. Failing to fulfill this obligation can have significant repercussions, including the accrual of fines and fees, making it especially important for business owners to have a thorough grasp of their tax-related… Read More »

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Do You Still Need To File Your Taxes?

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

The tax filing deadline for most individuals was in mid-April. Fortunately, those who were unable to meet that deadline can still file their taxes without accruing major penalties. Technically, those who requested an extension have until October to file, but are not barred from doing so earlier, which has a number of benefits. The… Read More »