Tax Preperation

There's nothing more challenging (or more terrifying), than dealing with the IRS. These days, it feels like even the most basic tax forms are nearly incomprehensible.

"What is Depreciation? How do I "Re-Capture"? What do you mean "Early Withdrawal Penalty"?

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1040EZ, 1040A, 1040 NR, 1040: For nearly every taxpayer, the 1040 form is the most important form you will file each year. The 1040 shows all of your income and expenses, calculates the amount of tax you owe, and applies your tax payments to determine if you owe the IRS, or if you are due a refund. Common schedules for this form include:

- Schedule A (Itemized Deductions: Mortgage Interest, Property Taxes, Charitable Contributions, etc...)

- Schedule B (Interest and Dividend income)

- Schedule D (Capital Gains and Losses: Selling stocks, selling your home, etc)

- Schedule EIC (Earned Income Tax Credit)

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Small Businesses: America is the land of entrepreneurs, nearly 175,000 new businesses (And nearly 2,500,000 jobs) were started by entrepreneurs in 2010. For most of these small businesses, tax seasons means filing a Schedule C (Profit or Loss from Business). Common things you will need to calculate for this form include:

- Gross Sales or Revenues

- Operating Expenses

- The deductible portion of Meals and Entertainment

- Car and Truck Expenses (Actual or Mileage)

- Depreciation, Depletion and Amortization

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Corporations: Filing a corporate tax return can easily become one of the most complex and frustrating tasks of the year. Whether you're filing an 1120, 1120S, 990 or other similar form, mistakes are easy to make and costly to fix.

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