I have an expertise in individual income tax and income tax planning. I also have experience working with small businesses (variety of entities) on both income tax and accounting needs.
I have spent 5 years managing 15 franchised tax locations. For the past 6 months I have owned my own tax preparation and accounting firm the specializes in assisting small business and more complex individuals. Accountant Wilmington NC
MBA from the University of Maryland BS from the University of Virginia
I like the combination of taking the time to understanding a person's situation and then applying the tax code to that situation.
I hope to continue to learn as I work in the field. My goal is to partner up with my clients and develop life long relationships.
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I would consider it a structural part of the building and therefore 27.5 straightline depreciation for component of a residential rental. If a commercial rental it would be 39 years. The other factor
I am sorry to hear that. Exemptions are always a tough question because there are so many factors @ play. Your taxes @ $70K as single vs married are going to be more. I would adjust your withholdings
If you have a profitable S Corp the active shareholder is required by IRS code to take part of their compensation via a "reasonable" salary. That involves placing you on payroll (like any other employee
There is not a legal way, that I am aware of, to make it retroactive. If things look like they are going to continue to look good you may want to consider setting up an S Corp for the start of 2013 and
If you want to give more thank $13K to an individual in a year then you (the giver) need to file a gift tax return. It won't necessarily involve taxes but reduces the amount of future $ that is exempt
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