3 Steps to take if you’re missing a W2 and you want to file taxes

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The IRS requires employers to mail employee earnings information, commonly known as a W2, by the end of January. However, there can be delays due to mailing, etc., so it’s best to give your employer an extra week or two. … Read More

10 Tips for choosing a tax professional

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It’s that time of the year again! Yes. It’s tax time. Looking to hire a tax professional to prepare and file your tax return? Keep in mind taxpayers are always responsible for all the information on their income tax return … Read More

9 tips to help you avoid mistakes on your taxes

If you’re like many people, the word “taxes” gets your belly in knots! Even if you’re good with numbers and stay on top of things, it can be hard to understand all the different aspects to taxes. That’s not even … Read More

26 things you need to know about the incoming tax law

It’s official. There’s a new tax code starting in 2018. Actually this is the first significant reform of the U.S. tax code since 1986 and the days of Ronald Reagan as president. That’s crazy, right? This measure is sure to … Read More

3 Tips to Avoid Refund Delays

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Are you one of the lucky ones who receives a refund on your taxes? If so, follow these steps to ensure smooth processing of your 2017 tax return. Top three things you should know to avoid tax refund delays. 1. … Read More

6 Things to Know about Taxes and Starting a Business

Thinking about starting a small business to help you earn income and use your skills? New business owners have tax related things to do before launching any company. Here are the 6 things to know about taxes and starting a … Read More

Employee vs. contractor: What’s the difference?

Employee or independent contractor? This is a common question among full-time travelers who work on the road. What’s the difference between employee and independent contractor and how does it affect your tax obligations? Let’s get to it, so you can … Read More

Understanding pass-through income

If you own a business, it’s a must to understand the tax side of the business. Maybe you’ve heard of the advantages of registering your business in a no income tax state. In fact, you may have found companies offering … Read More

Taxes When Renting Out Your RV

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Thinking of taking a trip away from your motorhome or RV? Plan on renting it out while you are gone. Keep these tax rules in mind. Now you can plan ahead for taxes when renting out your RV or vacation … Read More

Taxes for Full-Time RVers Who Work on the Road

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Most of us proudly identify ourselves as full-time RVers, digital nomads, wanderers, etc., because we’re living our dream. We are lucky enough to travel full-time while work remotely from the road. However, our lives aren’t normal. We don’t live in a sticks and bricks home … Read More

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