Tax and general business including hospitality related (hotel mgmt degree and experience in industry prior to obtaining ms tax and cpa).
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variety including Summa Cum Laude
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With only a very few facts and your limited question it is hard to say yes. But it is entirely possible to have a USA entity recognize as charitable and then perform charitable activity outside the USA
The expenses were the expenses of the person x for office fund - an election campaign fund. Not like she was in business doing plumbing And even if she was the expenses offset the income (donations)
No Because they were actually expenses of s fund for the office of x Or campaign of associate x Not really hers to keep Is why there are rules about fundraising and such Have fun Good luck
In 25 years as a cpa, I have only once seen a real situation where file sep was less than file joint Usually the only time you file sep is if HUGE marital dispute - usually can get around that or if
Have you been reporting the whole payment or just interest? Have you been taking depreciation? And no.. you can't deduct the cost of the loan because you should depreciate the property value over
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