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Info From Kiplinger Tax Letter

Great Tax Newsletter In my opinion the best all-around income tax info available. I still get it hard copy in the mail. Do not want to change and download. Could be bad luck. The question asked: “Will Congress limit the gain deferral from like-kind exchanges of realty?” Their answer:  It looks very unlikely When real […]

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IRS – Safeguarding Taxpayer Data

IRS Resources The IRS (Internal Revenue Service) has a lot of resource material for so many aspects of business. Take advantage of them. One I recently discovered concerns problems in protecting client’s data and avoiding lawsuits, loss of money and penalties from different agencies. This specific guide is one that I recommend.  It is written […]

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Tax-Related Provisions in the Coronavirus Aid This was prepared by my tax professionals at Norwalk Business Service. Great information and great links.  For more information visit  Tax-Related Provisions in the Coronavirus Aid

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Income Tax At Its Birth In 1913

History of IRS Form 1040 A reader of my emails, Jonathan Hubbell, was generous enough to send me a most interesting form. He is a Broker Associate at First Team Real Estate in Mission Viejo. The form was the very first IRS Form 1040. He properly corrected a statement that I had made that Income […]

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Trustee Sale Foreclosures In my recent MLO classes I asked some questions about Trustee Sale Foreclosures. Even with experienced real estate agents and mortgage loan originators, there is confusion on some items. One is: “What happens when there is an IRS lien on a property and there is a Trustee Sale?” The IRS lien will […]

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