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    Oct 10 - 11
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Latest Discussions

  • Fredrika Lifton

    New owner sole prop LLC

    Posted in: Tax Talk

    Hi, This is something I never saw before. My client started an LLC as a sole prop (HVAC company). Her son ran it and all distributions to him we grossed up as payroll. Because he does not provide good records, she decided to get out of the business. ...

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    RE: Shared Responsibility Payments

    Posted in: Tax Talk

    There is no employer filing requirement for 2014; employers may voluntarily file for coverage provided in 2014. Forms 1094-C and 1095-C for the 2015 year (with 2015 data) must be filed by February 29, 2016 (if paper filing) and by March 31, 2016 (if...

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    RE: Not-for-profit Corporation

    Posted in: Tax Talk

    Listen to Bill. If the corporation has not been active, leave it alone. The very act of filing one tax return for a recent year, even if the return has all zeros on it, will trigger a search for the 'missing returns' and you will find more correspondence...