Month: April 2013

Tips to Start Planning Next Year’s Tax Return

For most taxpayers, the tax deadline has passed. But planning for next year can start now. The IRS reminds taxpayers that being organized and planning ahead [...]

IRS Offers Tips for Dealing with Notices

Each year, the IRS sends millions of letters and notices to taxpayers for a variety of reasons. Here are ten things you should know about IRS notices in case [...]

Eight Facts on Late Filing and Late Payment Penalties

April 15 is the annual deadline for most people to file their federal income tax return and pay any taxes they owe. By law, the IRS may assess penalties to [...]

Think You Can Save Big by Incorporating in Nevada or Delaware? Think Again

Don't listen to anyone trying to sell you on the idea of incorporating out-of-state in Nevada or Delaware. More than likely, it's a scam.As a tax lawyer [...]

Ten Helpful Tips for Paying Your Taxes

Are you making a payment with your federal tax return this year? If so, here are 10 important things the IRS wants you to know about correctly paying your [...]

Roth IRAs: You Wanted to Know

If we had a dollar -- make that $10 -- for every reader e-mail we've received about the Roth IRA, we'd be retired in Hawaii instead of working in an office in [...]

The other way to invest in a Roth IRA

Even if your income exceeds the Roth IRA income eligibility requirements -- and I suggest you check out this calculator to verify whether that's really the [...]

How To Convert A Non-Deductible IRA Into A Roth IRA

If there's one common agreement among financial planners it's undoubtedly that the Roth IRA is hands down the best retirement vehicle available to individuals. [...]

The Serial Backdoor Roth, A Tax-Free Retirement Kitty

If your income is too high, you can't contribute directly to a Roth individual retirement account, but you can get one in a backdoor way. Step 1: Open a [...]