Cathy Strobeck, CPA, is the owner of Atlanta area based Add-Vantage Accounting Services, Inc. and the author of Solving the Puzzle: How Small Business Owners Can Grow Their Business and Avoid Tax Trouble.
What happens when you owe the IRS more money than you can afford to pay by the due date?
Alyssa joins the Fashion Law Network podcast to discuss the tax implications of Hollywood swag/gift bags, celebrity and influencer tax issues, and the recent Gucci tax evasion case.
Understanding what each is can make a difference in how the IRS looks at what you have done. This video and article explains.
If just the title of this post is giving you heart palpitations, take a deep breath. Only about 0.45% of tax returns were audited in 2019. Your chances are very low that you will receive a letter from the IRS. Still, there are a few red flags that could prompt the IRS to take a second look at your tax return, and it’s important to know what they are—because forewarned is forearmed.
“I was shocked by the amount of money I owed, and I was scared that I could lose everything,” Katie says.
I was inspired to create this video beauce I had seen other professions, such as the medical profession share their experiences of how people of color are affected in their areas of practice and what we can do to help educate ourselves about that disparity and how people of color are treated in our institutions.
If you need to pay the IRS how can you do that during the shutdown? Do you need to?
Should you file now or wait until July 15 to file your taxes?
Have you heard about the new IRS People First Initiative? Do you have any questions? Here’s what it is and how it benefits you.
The coronavirus outbreak is having an effect on every part of life here in Atlanta, as in many other parts of the world – and your taxes are no exception.
What do clients say about tax lawyer Alyssa Whatley?