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IRS Form 2553: How to Register as an S-Corporation for Your Business

If you registered your business as a corporation, the IRS automatically makes you a C-corp. This has many tax disadvantages, making it hard for small businesses to remain profitable. Fortunately, businesses can file IRS Form 2553 and choose to be an S corporation instead.

The largest benefit of filing as an S-corp is the tax savings. The shareholders bear the burden of the corporation’s net income, paying taxes at their personal tax rate rather than the corporate tax rate, which is 21% plus the personal tax rate of any earnings.

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Is Tithing Tax Deductible? Everything YOU MUST Know

Is tithing tax deductible may be one of the most important tax questions that you will ever have to answer. In the Bible, tithing is a ten percent portion of your income, paid to God.

Taxes are a tricky situation, even more so when it comes to religious activities such as tithing. In short, tithing is when you give to the church. However, a question to consider, is tithing a tax-deductible transaction?

Now, morals or if deducting a tithe is right or wrong set aside, we are here to examine the facts.

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Tax Deductions and tips for bloggers and influencers and youtubers

Tax Deductions (You’re Missing) and Tips for Bloggers and Online Influencers

Do you know what expenses are tax deductible for Bloggers?

Did you know that as a Blogger, you can write-off some of the common items you use to make your web empire awesome?

As a Blogger and Online Influencer, you have now etched your space into the digital world loud and strong.

You have sacrificed sleep and your social life to get that time sensitive post out for your followers.

I understand this burden and I am here to help you steer through the world of taxes, especially the tax issues that affect you as a Blogger, Vlogger, or Online Influencer.

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Divorce and Taxes Owed

Divorce and Taxes (4 Tips for Filing Taxes After and During a Divorce)

Question of the Week: How to File Taxes after Divorce?

Unfortunately, some marriages don’t work out and the only alternative is to divorce.

Depending on the length of your marriage and the complexity, it can be too stressful to have to review the financials.

Even if you have agreed or disagree, the issue of taxes still remain in the forefront.

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CAUTION: What to Do if You’re a Victim of Tax Identity Theft

You may be asking yourself, what should I do if I am a victim of tax identity theft?

If this sounds like you, you may have found yourself in a situation where you tried to file your taxes only to find out that a return has already been filed under your Social Security Number (SSN)

…or even worse, under your child’s SSN?

Someone stole your Social Security Number and used it to file a tax return to claim your refund!

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