Three Types of Innocent Spouse Relief
Received a letter from the IRS demanding payment for joint tax filings that you didn’t know about? You may be considered an innocent spouse by the IRS and may not have to pay taxes your spouse or ex-spouse incorrectly filed. (CPAs, family lawyers, and other tax professionals should familiarize themselves
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Tax Matters During COVID-19 Pandemic Rest assured, we are here to help with your tax matters in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Eaker Pérez Law is open and helping our clients with remote services and consultations, just as we have for the last four years. At Eaker Pérez Law we have
Tax Saving Strategies To Reduce Unemployment Taxes
6 ways to control your unemployment tax costs Unemployment tax rates for employers vary from state to state. Your unemployment tax bill may be influenced by the number of former employees who’ve filed unemployment claims with the state, your current number of employees and your business’s age. Typically, the more claims
Side Hustle: A Tax Deductible Business Or A Hobby?
Is your side hustle a side business or a hobby on the side? If you engage in an unincorporated side hustle — such as a marketing director by day and instagram model* on the nights and weekends — you may think of that side activity as a business and hope
Boyle v. Commissioner: A Tax Court Analysis Of Attribution In Innocent Spouse Cases
Generally, filing a joint tax return as a married couple will hold each spouse jointly and severally liable for the other spouse’s tax liability. However, the IRS has come to realize that in certain circumstances it is not fair to hold a spouse liable for the other spouse’s tax accountability.