Category: Tax Education
Whether we like it or not, taxes are part of our life. Governments impose charges on citizens and businesses as a means of collecting revenues to meet the demands of their societies. This is why it is important that citizens endeavor to pay taxes and understand that it is more than just a “money grab” from the government.
Understanding all tax regulations and legal requirements can be quite overwhelming for most people. Tax terminology can be pretty confusing too.
However, knowing your rights and obligations as a taxpayer and having an understanding of the rules and regulations can give you peace of mind and wisdom. You don’t have to be an expert, but it is crucial that you know the basics and the importance of taxes.
From terminology to laws, learn everything you need to know about how and when taxes are applied from Silver Tax Group blog page. Find answers to all your questions about filing taxes, getting refunds and more. We know everything about taxes – you can too!
Here we discuss the three filing status choices married couples have when filing their income taxes and advantages and disadvantages associated with them.
We developed this guide to share some unique difficulties when those gambling earn large amounts of money face. Keep reading to learn more about the required tax forms you need.
Hiring a tax attorney is an important decision. Before hiring a tax attorney, make sure you ask these critical questions.
In these uncertain times, homeowners may have difficulty paying their mortgages, leading to a house foreclosure. Here’s the potential impact a foreclosure can have on your taxes.
Here’s what you need to know about Roth 401(K) and a Roth IRA conversion ladder, including the steps to creating a Roth IRA conversion ladder.
When you have an estate plan, you control your estate. Once you have a solid estate plan, you do not have to worry that your assets will go where you want them to go after your death.
When you receive a notice from the IRS, you jump to attention and begin to remedy the situation. Here’s a look at some messages from the IRS that you should never ignore and how to spot a scam.
When someone files for bankruptcy, they need to know the difference in the options available to them and how that will impact their income taxes moving forward.
If you have not yet received your stimulus payment, you might be concerned that you won’t receive one or that you are ineligible. Speak with a trusted tax advisor today to learn your best next steps.
Tax problems are extremely easy to make and incredibly expensive to resolve. Here are the ten most common tax problems and provided viable solutions to avoid and resolve them.
The realization that you can’t afford to pay your taxes can be stressful and burdensome. Here are some steps you can take to ensure that you don’t land on the wrong side of the IRS.
You should create a separate business account to handle income and expenses. Why is it so important to keep separate accounts for your business and personal needs?
Filing federal taxes is not as straightforward as it may sound. Here ares some reasons why you should have a professional to do your taxes.
Lots of people earn income that is not subject to federal tax withholding during the course of the year. Taxpayers who earn income like this are required to pay estimated taxes on a quarterly basis.
The IRS began accepting 2019 tax returns on January 27, 2020. If you’d like to know more about why you haven’t received your 2019 tax refund, get in touch with us today.
One of the common types of inheritance generated across the nation is tax-advantaged accounts passed on to loved ones. Consider what you must do when absorbing these accounts.
At Silver Tax Group, we understand how confusing the tax code can be around a Roth 401(K) and a 401(K). Contact us today to learn more.
The FIRPTA ensures that the U.S. government received their fair share of real estate transactions. Learn more about IRS Form 8288.
There are many types of tax fraud, most of them involving intentional failure to disclose income, inflating legal deductions, reporting personal expenses as business expenses, concealing assets, and mislabeling transactions. Here they are, in no particular order:
You can appeal the lien, levy, or seizure in four (relatively) simple steps. This appeal is the Collection Appeals Process. Learn more here.
Silver Tax Group are nationally recognized experts in dealing with the IRS and welcome the opportunity to help you work through your IRS issues. Learn more about lien and levy notices.