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Can You Establish a SEP Plan if you are a Sole Proprietor? What if that Sole Proprietorship Had Historically Passive Income?

Regardless of their nature or topic matter, off beat questions are one of the spices of life. When it comes to the realm of taxation generally speaking the answers frequently distill down to - it depends. These two questions were

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Paying Past Employment Tax Liabilities with an Installment Agreement

Employment taxes withheld by your employer are considered 'trust fund' taxes. I'm not entirely sure of its origin but I think the term trust fund tax is used because the US Treasury considers employment taxes withheld from your paycheck the

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941 vs. 944 filing – Revenue Proceedure

Revenue Procedure In Rev. Proc. 2009-51, IRS sets forth procedures for employers to opt in to filing Form 944 (Employer's Annual Federal Tax Return) and for employers previously notified to file Form 944 to opt out and file Forms 941

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