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Welcome to ompletetax, the complete online resource to find information regarding state and federal taxes, including social policy, distribution, savings and preparation information. Let us help you find answers to all of your tax questions.
Tax Benefits of a Mortgage
Mon, 12/14/2009 - 18:52
Lending institutions, offer many different interest rates and types to potential borrowers including Jumbo, Adjustable, Fixed, etc. The mortgage rates in which a borrower is quoted depends largely upon their risk to the lender and the term of the loan. For example, a fifteen year mortgage will carry a lower interest rate than a thirty year loan. Adjustable rate mortgages, carry an even lower interest rate than a fixed rate, since they are less risky to the bank (however, they are adjustable every few years, so there isn鈥檛 as much interest rate risk to the lender). However there is always a reward/risk trade off, with these adjustable rate loans. You will take on greater risk with an ARM as interest rates could very likely rise in the future resulting in it costing more than a Fixed mortgage would.
One of the few tax write-offs left that a large number of families can qualify for and take advantage of is mortgage interest as an itemized deduction. Once upon a time all personal interest was tax deductible, including credit card debt and personal loans and credit cards. However, under current tax laws the only interest that is deductible is home equity interest or mortgage interest. In order for mortgage interest to qualify as an itemized deduction there are some criteria and rules that must be met. First, the mortgage must be a secured debt on a qualified residence and in the homeowner鈥檚 name. Next, the mortgage interest must have been paid within the same calendar year for which the deduction desired. Also, you may not be able to deduct all of the interest if your mortgage loan is in excess of $1,000,000. So if you own an expensive property, it is wise to consult the I.R.S. first to determine your mortgage interest is deductible or not.
While mortgage interest can save you tax dollars when buying a home, there are a number of important things to consider other than just home mortgage interest deductibility. Factors such as the amount of time you expect to live in the home, maintenance costs, down payment cost all need to be given serious thought before purchasing a home.
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CPA Education
Sat, 07/04/2009 - 21:51
So you want to become a CPA. Well you are going to need some Continuing education credits in order to take and pass the CPA exam. There are a couple of ways to go about this. You could enroll in your local collage to get the credits or you can continue you education by enrolling at one of the many online educational organizations. They offer the same credits as real universities, are accredited, and can be done from the privacy of your own home. The trick is selecting one that specifically meets your needs. That is why you need to do your research on the Internet.
There are numerous organizations that offer CPA CPE Courses on the Internet. One of your first concerns is to be sure they offer a schedule that meets your particular needs. Another consideration is the method of payment you are expected to employ. It is far more convenient to be able to pay for courses with your credit card. Also it is important that they have a teaching enviornment that is conducive to learning. All of these considerations you should take into account when selecting a learning center that will allow you to achieve your CPA license.
Lastly, the final consideration when trying to gain Accounting CPE credits and courses is to make sure their tax seminars are accepted by the Board of Accountancy and that they are updated regularly. It is also reasonable to expect a wide variety of courses to be available. Taking these considerations into account before you sign up will make your educational experience much more enjoyable and rewarding. After all, it is your future that is at stake.
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Doing Taxes Professionally
Fri, 06/26/2009 - 22:20
So you are thinking about going into business for yourself. Have you considered owning one of many tax franchises that are available. Tax franchises are a growing business and are a flexible investment. The easiest way to research any of the many business franchises available is to use the Internet. There are numerous websites available to help you decide which business venture is right for you.
Some of the things to look for in a successful business franchise include making sure they have a dedicated annual advertising budget, they provide operational support, they provide full training, and they have a full compliment of marketing and public relations people. A tax franchise is an excellent choice because as tax laws become more complicated more and more people are going to become increasingly needy of tax professionals to do their taxes for them.
There are a plethora of franchise business opportunities available on the Internet and selecting the one that is right for you is a matter of weighing the pros and cons of each. But the research can be well worth the effort. So use the Internet research to your advantage and select the business opportunity that represents a solid investment with the most optimistic and realistic financial return to you. Don't expect to get rich quick but remember, a small, well thought out business investment now could pay off big time in the future.
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Tax Implications of Social Lending
Fri, 06/05/2009 - 17:52
First of all, what is Social Lending? Social lending is person to person (sometimes referred to as "peer to peer") lending. With our economic times being what they are, at least a dozen social lending sites have cropped up on the Internet where borrowers and lenders are introduced. For borrowers the advantage is paying less interest than banks charge and for the lender the advantage is a better short term return than a large institution can offer. So it would appear that everyone wins.
For the lender, the tax implications are quite simple. As long as the lender secured a valid note (which is most important - without one the IRS could claim that the loan was nothing more than a gift, which is the last thing the lender wants, particularly if the loan should go bad) the lender is required to report the interest received as income. Obviously then, the interest income is taxable.
However, for the borrower the rules are not as simple. Determining whether the interest is deductible or not depends largely on how the money is used. For example if the monies borrowed is used for nothing more than to pay personal debts, the interest is nothing more than non-deductible personal interest. If, on the other hand, the monies borrowed are used to pay, for example, business expenses, the appropriate amount could be deducted as a business expense. So for the borrower the tax implications can become quite complex. Be sure to do your research before you borrow to understand exactly what you are getting into.
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How Consolidating Your Debt Can Save You Money At Tax Time
Thu, 05/21/2009 - 02:25
Many financial experts claim that the process of debt settlement (reducing your debt by negotiating directly with your creditors) will cause you to have to pay taxes on unpaid finance charges. This is not always the case. The fact is that, in many cases, you are not required to pay taxes on canceled debt due to the IRS鈥檚 insolvency rule. Another consideration is that even if you are required to pay some taxes on the forgiven debt you will still come out ahead since the resulting amount you owe plus tax will be less than the original amount you owed.
The primary culprit in these debt settlement negotiations is credit card debt. There are several ways to approach credit card consolidation. One, of course, is to take out a home equity loan and use the proceeds to pay off your credit card debt. This way all the finance charges on your home loan are tax deductible. Another popular method is through debt settlement. Either offers the consumer a substantial reduction in the amount of payout you will have to endure. The method you select is dependent upon your own particular needs and situation.
The first step in reducing your debt is to consult a debt consolidation expert. Many of these, such as superior debt services inc. offer free advice and they will analyze your particular situation and make the best recommendation to suit your needs. They will usually offer to take on your case and often either prepare all the necessary paperwork or assist you in doing the paperwork to see you through the process. Remember the money you save is yours and the sooner you address the problem the sooner you will reap the benefits.
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Tax Advantages Associated With Refinancing Your Home
Wed, 05/13/2009 - 03:22
There are basically two considerations to take into account when considering a new home loan. The first are the current refinance mortgage rates and the second is the amount you will save on your taxes.
Although current mortgage rates are based on a plethora of factors and seem to vary daily without rhyme or reason, any reputable mortgage company can explain the various types of home mortgages and the advantages and disadvantages of each. In addition, there are free home mortgage calculators online that will allow you to plug in a variety of factors to see which home mortgage best fits your needs. Basically, there are two types of home mortgages: Home acquisition and home equity. A home acquisition mortgage is the loan you acquire when you purchase the home and a home equity mortgage is a loan you take out against the equity (the amount of cash value you have built) in the home. There are tax advantages to both.
The types of tax deductions that are available to you are explained on various online websites or you may want to consult a tax advisor. First of all, the money you pay in mortgage interest is tax deductible. Therefore, the more interest you pay the more of those monies are tax deductible. This factor alone is one of the primary considerations to take into account when considering a new home loan. Interest paid on a home equity loan is also tax deductible. In addition, since home equity loans have significantly lower interest rates than consumer loans, there are significant benefits to be derived from using a home equity loan to pay off high interest, non-deductable consumer credit loans (such as credit cards). The tax advantages of home mortgages are many and well worth taking the time to study. After all it is in your best interest.
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Lawyers Can Help When You Go Bankrupt
Fri, 05/01/2009 - 18:32
Often times, people don鈥檛 realize that their financial means have deteriorated so much until it is too late. After tax season is over, people seem to forget about that period of time in April that their taxes need to go out, so they don鈥檛 really consider it a problem. What happens, though, is that tax season rolls around the next year and suddenly they are unable to afford their taxes
As time goes on, they begin to owe more to different debtors. Naturally, this becomes a bit of a problem because they have to be able to afford the basic necessities of life, but then on top of that, they have to make payments to all of these different people. When things like this happen, one of the only things they can do is file for personal bankruptcy. It can be a tremendously daunting task, though, to do something like this. Chances are, they don鈥檛 know the laws and they can get in trouble if they don鈥檛 do all the right paperwork.
One of the things to consider are bankruptcy lawyers Toronto because they are able to decipher the rules for you and ensure that your bankruptcy goes smoothly. They鈥檒l be able to help you figure out which taxes you need to pay back still and which ones are no longer owed because you filed for bankruptcy. It can be a tremendously scary thing, but if you give yourself the necessary allies to guide you through it, these lawyers will ensure that you get out as easily as possible.
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Even With Bad Credit, You Can Get the Money You Need to Pay Your Taxes
Sun, 04/12/2009 - 19:41
The end of tax season is right around the corner and if you have not paid all your taxes, there is a worry that the IRS will send a statement saying 鈥測ou owe us this much plus interest.鈥 Sometimes, it is a catch twenty two though. You don鈥檛 have the money necessary to send it in and you can鈥檛 get a loan so that you can pay for your taxes because you have bad credit. It can be tremendously frustrating, but it鈥檚 not something that you should freak out about. There is hope!
If you have bad credit, you can get bad credit credit cards that you can use to pay for your taxes. It鈥檚 not always suggested to use credit cards for bad credit if you have to pay your taxes, but sometimes, it鈥檚 better than having to owe the government ridiculous amounts of interest. There are also bad credit loans out there that you can get if you are unable to pay your taxes. Doing this will give you the necessary money to pay your taxes and then you can work to pay off the loan company. I believe it is better to owe a loan company than the government, but that鈥檚 just me.
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Using a Cash Advance to Pay Your Taxes Isn #039;t the Worst Idea
Mon, 04/06/2009 - 14:35
The final day to pay your taxes is really starting to creep up quickly and it is important that you get that money paid for. Sometimes, it can be a difficult task, though, coming up with the money. What happens if you owe five grand to the government and you don鈥檛 have it. You might be screwed. However, there is some hope. You could get some cash advance loans. What this means is that cash advance lenders will front you money so that you can worry about your other debt. However, the flip side is that you鈥檒l now owe them interest.
People often ask, is this a good idea? It鈥檚 better to owe a person than the government. You don鈥檛 have a deadline with a person like you do with the government, so it鈥檚 good to borrow from these lenders and then pay them back when you have the money rather than being worried about having to pay the government on time. It can be a very daunting task; however, it is very important that you send in your taxes on time. You don鈥檛 want to be charged a ridiculous amount of interest just because you were late on your taxes.
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Thinking Of A Tax Refund Loan ? Here #039;s A Better Idea..
Thu, 03/19/2009 - 20:22
Thinking about a tax refund loan? You may want to rethink that idea. First and formost tax refund loans are expensive..very expensive. Federal courts have ruled that the interest rate of tax refund loans cannot be capped and annual rates usually run anywhere from 50 to 500 percent, and APRs as high as 774% have been reported. Another problem with a tax refund loan occurs when the amount of the tax refund is less than the loan and associated fees. Therefore, should you incorrectly file your return, you could wind up owing a healthy sum. Also, a tax refund loan typically takes approximately 10 days from the date of application to payout. So in addition to being expensive, tax refund loans are also speculative and time consuming.
So what is a better idea? How about Payday Loans? A payday loan is always cheaper than a tax refund loan. In addition a cash advance from a payday loan is quicker than a tax refund loan. A payday loan can be approved within a matter of hours and there is typically no credit check nor are you required to fax anything as the entire loan application can be accomplished over the internet in the comfort of your own home. Your money is typically deposited in your checking account the same day.
Advantages of a payday loan over a tax refund loan include a less expensive loan, getting your money the same day applied for, fast and simple online application with no faxing required, no application fees, the money is deposited directly into your account, and in most cases, flexible payment options. So this tax season, if you are thinking about a tax refund loan.. think again. Tax refund loans are expensive, time consuming and make perfect setups for fraud. In fact many states are currently considering outlawing them. Get the money that you are entitled to with a less expensive, safer, and quicker payday loan.
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