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3 Ways to Avoid Tax Season Fatigue

The battle against burnout begins with stress management. Sure, stress can be useful — your forefathers would have appreciated that “fight or flight” response — but burnout is not. It exhausts you emotionally and physically, even on… As an accountant,

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The Corporate Minimum Tax: How to Get Ready

A corporate alternative minimum tax (CAMT) will be imposed on selected firms with annual adjusted book income of more than $1 billion averaged over a three-year period… The Inflation Reduction Act, which President Biden signed into law on August 16,

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Who Qualifies for the Retirement Savings Credit?

Do not forget that making contributions to IRAs and qualified plans has additional tax and financial advantages. Even if you don’t qualify for the retirement saver’s credit, this is usually a good idea. An employer-sponsored qualified retirement plan account, such

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Real Estate Professionals Face Difficult Tax Law Exam

Investors can typically deduct only as much of their passive income for the year from investments like real estate in which they have no material involvement. When so-called “real estate professionals” claim significant deductions for rental real estate losses, the

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