Obama Signs Policy Calling for Truck Fuel Economy Standards
At a White House Rose Garden ceremony this morning, President Obama signed a policy calling on two federal agencies toRead more.
2010 Best of Norwalk Award
Press Release (Article Source) Emil Estafanous, CPA Receives 2010 Best of Norwalk Award U.S. Commerce Association’s Award Plaque Honors theRead more.
Solo 401(K) Retirement Plans
Do you run your small business as a one-person operation? You might consider setting up a solo 401(k) plan. ThisRead more.
Tax aspects of health care law
The new health care law includes sweeping changes for both employers and individuals. Following is a brief summary of severalRead more.
Dependent Health Coverage
Tax-Free Employer-Provided Health Coverage Now Available for Children under Age 27 As a result of changes made by the recentlyRead more.
Small Business Health Care Tax Credit
Millions of small businesses will receive postcards from the IRS beginning the week of April 19 that alert them toRead more.
ATA Supports Proposed Commercial Driver Texting Ban Regulation
U.S Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood announced March 31 a federal rule that proposes to specifically prohibit texting by interstate commercialRead more.
Identification of stock sales
The stock market continues to have its ups and downs. Therefore, it’s not unusual for an investor to own sharesRead more.
Washington Reforms Health Care And Taxes
Sunday’s night’s health care bill will go down as one of those once-in-a-generation accomplishments. I’m not here to debate theRead more.
What documents are acceptable as proof of identity and foreign status?
There are now 13 acceptable documents the IRS will accept as proof of identity. An original, or a certified orRead more.
How do I make sure my tax return is received by the IRS?
The tax court has ruled that a tax return is not considered timely filed if it is lost by theRead more.
Questions that arise when a loved one departs
What papers will I need? Here is a list of the papers that you will probably need: Certified copies ofRead more.
Should you pay off credit cards with a home equity loan?
One of Shakespeare’s oft-quoted lines — “Neither a borrower nor a lender be” — is sage advice, especially for manyRead more.
When is income taxable, and when is it not?
You only have to examine your paycheck to realize certain income is tax-free. For example, health insurance premiums paid byRead more.
Check out the pros and cons of debit cards
Open your wallet and compare your debit and credit cards. Both probably sport a logo, an embossed account number, anRead more.