Monthly Archives: October 2016

November Tax Due Dates?

Now that the ghouls and goblins are soon to leave us, the November tax due dates are here. Read below for what a person’s or business’ tax¬†responsibility may be for the month of November. Hopefully you will have something to be thankful for by the end of the month. If you are not ready for your tax deadlines,

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Thinking of Converting Your Home to a Rental? Read this First

If you are considering converting your home to a rental, there are a number of tax issues you need to consider before making a final decision.

What You Should Consider Before Converting Your Home to a Rental

One of the first issues to consider is that by converting your home to a rental, your main home that is, you may give up an opportunity to realize tax-free income. Currently, taxpayers are allowed to Continue reading

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How to Interview an Accountant

When you interview an accountant it can seem like a daunting task. However, can be as simple as asking the right questions. At Worthtax, we have reviewed thousands of tax returns over our history. You want an organized, accurate accountant with good communication skills. Someone who will explain the tax breaks to you accurately and in a language you can understand as a real estate investor. Ideally, you want someone with an excellent education and training, who is easy to work with, and most of all, someone who knows the tax breaks and will save you money. Continue reading

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Identity Crooks Are at It Again!

Identity crooks have tried all sorts of e-mails scam. It is a good thing that almost everyone knows that the IRS does not send out notices by e-mail. These crooks have changed their tactics. Now there are reports of taxpayers receiving by mail, and email, fake notices requiring immediate payment to a P.O. Box. The P.O. Boxes are located in cities where the IRS has service centers, and, of course, they are not IRS P.O. Box addresses. Continue reading

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