Maybe you advertise online and periodically use your truck as a moving van for residents in your locale who are relocating.
A recent media article focusing upon the legendary and recently deceased pop entertainer Prince refers to the "Prince Syndrome."
Most Americans well note the investigatory power and enforcement clout of the Internal Revenue Service. Indeed, many millions of people go into heightened-stress mode whenever they think of the IRS.
In short yes. In January 2016 a new law was enacted that allows the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to rescind your passport if you owe more than $50,000 in taxes.
Although a commentator in a recent media article on IRS whistleblowing calls a United States Tax Court ruling "good news," that sentiment is certainly not universally shared.
OK, a suitable preface to today's blog post is certainly an up-and-front disclaimer that its subject matter is not exactly egalitarian.
She said she simply loved him.
In the immediate aftermath of a prolonged and particularly acrimonious divorce, it's not uncommon for people to vow that they will never remarry, as they simply wouldn't want to put themselves or their children at risk of having to endure the experience all over again.
It is certainly no secret that the Internal Revenue Service has had a sharp and unwavering spotlight on American taxpayers with foreign assets and accounts over the past few years.
How much can I give and not pay taxes?
Probate is a term readers have probably heard at some point. The term refers primarily to the process of establishing the validity of a will, but also refers to the process of administering the will. Probate defaults as a court-supervised process that involves expenses and takes a certain amount of time. In cases where disputes arise or estate documents are not in order, time delays can be significant.