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Mission Trips to Ecuador: What is Tax Deductible?

People in Ecuador were devastated after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck the South American country on Saturday night. More than 2,500 people have been injured in the quake and during the aftermath. The death toll stands at at least 413 and the numb...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Apr 20, 2016

Strange Tax Deductions

Taxes can be tricky, but did you know they can also be quite strange? Every year, we file our typical W2’s, 1099’s and other tax forms to please the IRS. If you follow SavingAdvice, you might be aware of some of these write-offs. But, the...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Apr 11, 2016

Should You Rent or Buy a Car?

Buying a second car can be a stressful and costly task. However, depending on your reasoning for needing a second car, renting a car from a rental company may be better than buying another car. Of course, a rental car is never truly yours, but how of...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Jan 25, 2016

The tax of gift giving: are employee gifts tax deductible?

It’s that time of year again – office secret santas and overdoses of Turtles and Ferrero Rocher as you anxiously count the days until the office holiday party. Yet, while... The post The tax of gift giving: are employee gifts tax deductible? appe...

Doberman Assistance Network end of year donations

Two lovely benefactors have offered to match donations the Doberman Assistance Network receives through the end of the year, up to $1000!  This donation is tax-deductible, and can be made either online (via Paypal on the DAN website) or via...
by The Elka Almanac on Dec 26, 2013

Solid Solutions To Running A Profitable Home Market

Many people prefer to work at home trade enterprise. This article will stimulate you advice on how to run a home working or simply if it is your desire. Don’t forget to deduct part of your business Internet connection expense. TIP! If you are d...
by Jobsinet on Dec 15, 2013

Build second retirement with Health Savings Account

Health Savings Accounts are a good way to build a second retirement account . Health Saving has been open since January 2004 and can be opened by anyone with a health insurance plan with a high deductible qualified . Once you open an account HSA , yo...

IRA Contribution Limits 2014

IRA  contribution limits will remain the same as they are for 2013.You can contribute as much as $17,500 to a 401(k), 403(b), 457 or the federal government’s Thrift Savings Plan, plus as much as $5,500 more in catch-up contributions if you’re 50...

A Holiday Giving Tree

The Delaware Valley Doberman Pinscher Assistance, inc organization has a virtual holiday giving tree that they put up every year. You can buy lights and ornaments to help decorate the tree, and help Dobermans! They are a 501-3c organization, so these...
by The Elka Almanac on Dec 11, 2012

3 Ways to Spend Wisely in December -

While in the mode of holiday shopping, consider these 3 tax-smart purchases. Make Charitable Contributions Consider making charitable contributions before year-end both to obtain the maximum tax deduction and to fulfill any charitable programs or...
by Security Tax Services on Dec 9, 2012

Timing Mistakes That Cost Thousands of Dollars

-   Sometimes we need to talk here about costly taxpayer mistakes that could have been avoided with professional consultation. Take the recent case of a securities firm owner doing business as an S corporation. An S corporation's income is...
by Security Tax Services on Jun 25, 2012

Where To Donate my Car or Vehicle to Charity Local Tax Deduction Vehicle Donation Charities

  Where To Donate my Car or Vehicle to Charity Local Tax Deduction Vehicle Donation Charities: For anyone considering a donation of vehicle who has no clue where or how to donate their car or vehicle of any kind to charity and whether they...


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