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Social Security Max increase to $117,000 for 2014

Each year, the government bumps up the maximum Social Security taxes that you can pay. For 2014, the maximum wage base jumps to $117,000, an increase of $3,300, or 2.8%, over the max of $113,700 that was in place for … Continue reading

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IRS Sheds Some Light on the Premium Tax Credit Enacted as Part of PPACA

[Editor’s Note] I started my career as a CPA specializing in taxes back in 1987, and right off the bat had to deal with the massive Tax Reform Act of 1986. Since that complicated set of tax rules was implemented … Continue reading

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THE NEW AMERICAN TAXPAYER RELIEF ACT: HOW MUCH RELIEF IS IN IT FOR YOU?

By Michael Bohigian, EA The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 rescued the vast majority of Americans from the tax edge of the “fiscal cliff” and the steep tax increases scheduled to kick in as the Bush tax cuts expired … Continue reading

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COST OF MEDICAL DEVICES TO INCREASE JAN.1 – PT.1

Owners of medical and dental practices beware! Due to a provision included in the Affordable Care Act, the cost of medical devices is set to increase by 2.3% on January 1, 2013. Called an Excise Tax, manufacturers are required to … Continue reading

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