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In our Exton PA office, we are seeing more taxpayers invest in Bit Coin or some other form of Virtual Currency. The IRS has also taken notice. Whereas our clients meet with us to discuss the proper reporting of gains (or losses) from their investments, the IRS focus is on taxpayers who may have w...
Do you have IRS tax problems? Do you owe the IRS more than you can afford to pay? Are you facing IRS liens and levies? Do you know that realtors are often audit targets of the IRS? Hopefully we can help you create a workable plan to avoid owing the IRS and being an IRS audit target. We specialize...
Excess IRA ContributionAugust 20, 2019 by Frank (Edit)“Excess IRA Contributions Cannot be Ignored, Unless You Don’t Mind Being Assessed an Annual 6% Penalty”BackgroundIf a contribution is made to an Individual Retirement Account (IRA) in excess of the allowable amount, that contribution is referr...
Safe Harbor for Lessors Who Rent Real EstateLessors of rental property can significantly save income taxes if their rental activities are considered a trade or business. There has been much publicity about the safe harbor rule under which a rental real estate enterprise will be treated as a trade...
Our Exton PA office is alerting PA Lessees that the Commonwealth of PA Requires PA Lessees of Real Estate to Withhold the PA Personal Income Tax (PIT) on Lease/Rental Payments Made to Non-PA Resident Commercial LandlordsAugust 20, 2019 by Frank (Edit)Lessees Required to Withhold PA PIT on Lease P...
As an affiliate member of the Suburban West Realtors® Association and as a tax advisor to realtors and real estate investors, our firm is always looking at court cases, IRS rulings, tax law changes, etc. that impact realtors and real estate investors. We are always looking for ways to minimize ou...
I had the pleasure to participate in a panel discussion hosted by the Internal Revenue Service at Penn State University's Malvern, PA campus on May 23. The panel consisted primarily of attorneys (both private and IRS attorneys) and myself, an Enrolled Agent and Certified Tax Resolution Specialist...
     If you are a real estate professional with significant IRS tax debt and her considering engaging a tax resolution firm that promises to settle your tax debt for a fraction of what you owe, you need to understand how the IRS Offer-in-Conpromise program works before filing the OIC.     One of ...
If you are a broker or realtor that has employees, or if you handle the payroll tax compliance for your employer, it is most important that you understand your potential tax liability.The IRS is most concerned about employer payroll compliance as payroll taxes withheld by employers account for ne...
As an affiliate member of the Suburban West Realtors® Association, I spoke at its January 30, 2019 educational seminar “2018 Tax Changes and Tax Issues Effecting REALTORS” held at the SWRA’s office in Malvern, PA. As an Enrolled Agent and Certified Tax Resolution Specialist with the Exton, PA acc...

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