How Should the Tax Return of a Trust Be Filled Out?

December 31, 2010 by  | Leave a Comment Filed under: Taxes 

An annual return must be lodged through trust in Australia, irrespective of the amount of income derived by the trust. The return is to be launched by any one of the trustees who is a resident of Australia. If there is no trustee resident in Australia, the return must be lodged by the trust (read on...)



Beware of Gifts That Will Get You On the IRS Naughty List

December 31, 2010 by  | Leave a Comment Filed under: Taxes 

Many individuals and businesses will be considering tax-saving gifts this holiday season. Whether you are making contributions to charitable organizations or making a large gift to a family member, it’s important to take advantage of legal tax benefits while making sure your year-end tax (read on...)

The Difference Between Preparing a Tax Return and Filing a Tax Return

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Recently, a client was in the process of refinancing their existing mortgage with their current mortgage company. He was supposed to close two months ago. The mortgage company continues to ask for more information from our client. The mortgage loan officer called me one evening and wanted to know (read on...)

The Death Tax

December 31, 2010 by  | Leave a Comment Filed under: Taxes 

Estate tax opponents often refer to the estate tax as the death tax. It might be only a slight stretch to refer to most taxes as a death tax because some taxes kill businesses and in too many cases rob individuals of their earned right to live in planned comfort. Some lawmakers just cannot or (read on...)

What Is the General Taxation Treatment of the Company?

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For tax purposes, the company is a body corporate or any other unincorporated association or body of persons but does not include a partnership according to the income tax assessment legislation. Although the definition the corporate entity and partnership are mutually exclusive, most limited (read on...)

What Are the Requirements for Company Income Tax Return?

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Every Australian resident company that derives income from an Australian source or foreign income and every foreign resident company that derives Australian source income is required to lodge a return in Australia. Under the group consolidation regime, corporate groups may be allowed to (read on...)

Opportunities Exist If You Need a $25,000 Loan and Have Bad Credit

December 31, 2010 by  | Leave a Comment Filed under: Loans 

$25,000 is a lot of money for any kind of loan for any person, even those with good credit. What if you have bad credit? If you have a steady job with a significant flow of income, you will probably be able to land such a loan without too much difficulty and without sky-high interest rates, fees, (read on...)

Worried About IRS Collections Methods? Tax Debt Solutions for Your Serious Tax Issues

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You need solid tax debt solutions to battle the IRS collections methods such as IRS Bank Levies, wage garnishments, and IRS tax liens if you have serious tax problems. Serious tax issues can happen to any taxpayer. You might not have heard from the Internal Revenue Service in a while, but when (read on...)

Fulfill the Requirements to Access the Hard Money Loans

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Investing into a real estate property at present often turns out to be rewarding in future. Though it is a lucrative business for the investors but many can not muster the courage to opt for such business proposal. The reason is only a few can afford to invest a whopping amount to start the (read on...)

Who Should Get Paid First, Internal Revenue Service or Other Collectors? – IRS Collections Facts

December 31, 2010 by  | Leave a Comment Filed under: Taxes 

What About Your Creditors? The Internal Revenue Service could not care less; all they care about is what you currently owe. You need to make the call for yourself about which debt you are going to pay off first. But hopefully this article will assist you to understand exactly how harsh the (read on...)

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