Tag Archives: Andrew Schwartz

8 Tax Savers for Parents

From IRS Tax Tips: Your children may help you qualify for valuable tax benefits. Here are eight tax benefits parents should look out for when filing their federal tax returns this year. 1. Dependents.  In most cases, you can claim your … Continue reading

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Locum Tenes Provider Guide

Are you a Locum Tenes Provider? If so, you’ll want to read Andrew’s Tax Guide for Locum Tenens Providers published by Barton Associates.  It covers the key tax implications of being an independent contractor and tax tips you can apply immediately. … Continue reading

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SS Tax101: Choosing the Right Filing Status

We’re happy to start a monthly “Tax 101” Series! We’ll feature basic topics of taxes and hopefully answer those questions that you maybe felt were “too silly to ask” a CPA in person.  And please let us know if there are … Continue reading

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Checklist to Cut 2013 Taxes

Take a peak at Andrew’s article for Oncology Practice Management. Lots of tips to cut your 2013 taxes and advice for 2014.

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Radio Interview: 8 Resolutions

Take a listen to Andrew’s interview with George Knight on Radio 92.9 Greater Media Boston – 8 Resolutions to Improve Your Personal Finances

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The IRS announced that the standard mileage rate will decrease to 56 cents per business mile driven in 2014.  That is a decrease of approximately 0.9% over the 56.5 cents allowed in 2013.  According to the IRS, “The standard mileage … Continue reading

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Deducting Un-reimbursed Professional Expenses

According to the IRS, to be deductible, an expenditure must be both “ordinary” and “necessary” in connection with your profession.  The IRS defines “ordinary” as common and accepted in a particular profession and “necessary” as helpful and appropriate for a … Continue reading

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Year End Planning Tip

During December, you should evaluate whether you’ll save any taxes by postponing 2013 income or deductions into 2014 or by accelerating 2014 income or deductions into 2013.  While many factors should be evaluated prior to making your final decision, a … Continue reading

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