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IRS Offers More Incentives for Tax Whistleblowers

Posted August 14, 2014 - By | No Comments

BY MICHAEL COHN “The Internal Revenue Service has expanded its awards to whistleblowers, allowing tipsters to claim a potentially greater share of the proceeds the IRS collects on extra tax revenue. The final regulations released Thursday provide ...

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Art of Accounting: Break-even Analysis

Posted August 14, 2014 - By | No Comments

BY EDWARD MENDLOWITZ “One of the best tools to evaluate a business and get a quick handle on the knowledge of the owner or manager is the break-even analysis. Break-even analysis is a simple calculation that tells how much sales are needed to ...

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Employer Shared Responsibility: The Top Three Questions Asked by Small Business Owners

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BY MIKE TRABOLD “In addition to overseeing the daily operation of their business, small business owners rely on accountants to provide guidance on how to comply with changing rules, regulations and laws on the state and federal level. One of the most ...

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National Taxpayer Advocate Identifies Priority Areas and Challenges in Mid-Year Report to Congress

Posted August 05, 2014 - By | No Comments

IR-2014-78, July 16, 2014 “WASHINGTON — National Taxpayer Advocate Nina E. Olson today released her statutorily mandated mid-year report to Congress that identifies the priority issues the Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS) will address during the ...

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5 Lesser-Known Email Etiquette Rules You Might Be Breaking

Posted August 05, 2014 - By | No Comments

By Alison Green The finer points of sending work emails without being annoying. “In the two decades since email began saturating most American workplaces, most people have come to agree on some basic etiquette rules, such as don’t reply-all when you ...

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