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Tax Considerations When Supporting Parents

As I have been helping my Mom transition into life as a widow many interesting facts have begun to resonate. Particularly intriguing for me today under Regs. §1.2-2(b)(4) parent(s) can be claimed as a dependent if you meet the usual support, citizenship,

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Posted in Deductible Expense, Dependent, Family, Filing Status, Health Insurance, Tax Deductible Expenses, Tax Filing Status, Tax Guidance & Preparation

ObamaCare’s Health Insurance Premium Tax Credit Proposed Regulations

The Affordable Care Act or ObamaCare was passed almost three years ago with the goal of extending quality health insurance coverage to more Americans and it becomes fully effective January 1st 2014. To encourage compliance, the Act for all intents and purposes

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Posted in Affordable Care Act, Health Care Tax Credit, Health Insurance, ObamaCare

IRS Notice 2008-1 Health Insurance Costs of 2% Shareholder-Employees

Under IRS Notice 2008-1, if you are an owner of more than 2% of an S corporation and you have a health insurance policy in your name with premiums paid by the corporation basically a plan has been established by the corporation for you the

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Posted in Corporation, Health Insurance, Small Business, Social Security Tax, Sub-chapter S, Tax Guidance & Preparation

Health Insurance Premium Tax Credit

The IRS has issued final regulations, TD 9611, relating to the health insurance premium tax credit enacted by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010. These final regulations provide guidance

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Self Employed Health Insurance Insurance Deduction: Worksheet v. IRS Publication 535

If you qualify to take the deduction, use the Self-Employed Health Insurance Deduction Worksheet to figure the amount you can deduct. However use IRS Publication 535 instead if any of the following applies. You had more than one source of income subject

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Posted in Deductible Expense, Health Insurance, Partnership, Self Employ, Small Business, Sub-chapter S

IRS Forms 8941 + 3800 Calculating + Claiming Small Business Health Care Tax Credit

For tax years 2010 to 2013, the maximum credit for eligible small business employers under the Small Business Health Care Tax Credit is 35 percent of premiums paid and for eligible tax-exempt employers the maximum credit is 25 percent of

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Posted in Health Care Tax Credit, Health Insurance, Self Employ, Small Business, Tax Credit

IRS Form 1040 Schedule C: Profit or Loss from Business

IRS Form 1040 Schedule C: Profit or Loss from Business

IRS Form 1040 Schedule C: Profit or Loss from Business can be a tough form to work through.  Tread lightly and seek guidance. The sole proprietorship or single member Limited Liability Corporation (LLC) is in my opinion the easiest type

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Posted in Accounting Method, Business Expense, Business Income, Car expense, Depreciation, Disallowed Expenses, Employee Business Expense, Entity Classification, FICA, Health Insurance, Hobby, Home Office, Husband/Wife, IRS Form 1040 Schedule C, Medicare, Net Operating Loss, NOL, Passive Activity, Self Employ, Small Business, Social Security, Social Security Tax, Sole Proprietor, Start up costs, Sub-chapter S, Tax Guidance & Preparation, Tax Problems & Requests

Qualified Medical Expense Tax Deductions for Long Term Care Services

Business Entity Selection and the Tax Consequences of Converting

Medical expenses include amounts paid for the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease under IRC 213, as well as amounts paid for qualified long-term care services under IRC 7702B. You may deduct certain medical expenses that are paid during the year

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Posted in Health Care Tax Credit, Health Insurance, Medical Expenses

Small Employer Health Insurance Credit 2011 – IRS Form 8941

The small employer health insurance credit is applied for on IRS Form 8941.  The credit itself is based on the non-shareholder staff, their hours worked, wages and the premiums paid for them. The hours worked, wages and health insurance premiums

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Posted in Health Insurance, Self Employ, Small Business, Tax Credit
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