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Tax Topics of Interest

As a special service to residents of the community we make available, on request, brochures with general tax information on the following topics.  If you would like a copy, please send an email to ttrog@sbcglobal.net.

Informational Brochures Available by Title

Alternative Minimum Tax
Business Entity Comparison Chart
Business Entity Pros and Cons
Business Expenses Worksheet
Business Financing – Don’t Intermingle Funds
Business Use of Home
Cancellation of Debt – Insolvency
Capital Gains and Losses
Charitable Cash Donation Tracker
College Financial Aid Planning
Consumer Credit
Corporation Meeting Requirements
Day Care Providers Income and Expenses
Death of a Taxpayer
Dependent Support Worksheet
Early Retirement Distributions
Education Tax Benefits
Employee or Independent Contractor
Estate and Gift Tax
Estate Planning Wills Probate Transfer of Assets
Estate Tax Form 706
Farm Expenses Worksheet
Farm Income Worksheet
Farm Vehicles and Fuels
Filing Status
Fiscal Cliff News
Guide to Charitable Contributions
Guide to Financial Planning
Health Savings Accounts
Hobby vs. Business
Household Employees
Identity Theft and Your Taxes
Itemized Deductions Casualty and Theft Losses
Itemized Deductions Education Expenses
Itemized Deductions Homeowners
Itemized Deductions Interest Paid
Itemized Deductions Job Expenses
Itemized Deductions Medical Expenses
Itemized Deductions Taxes Paid
Marketing Your Business
Mileage and Expense Log
Miscellaneous Itemized Deductions
Moving Out Worksheet
Non-cash Charitable Donation Tracker
Pension Income Planning
Record keeping for Tax Purposes
Rental Income and Expense Worksheet
Rental Income and Expenses
Retirement Income
S Corporations
Same-Sex Married Couples – New Rules
Saving for College
Saving for Retirement
Small Business Health Care Tax Credit
Social Security and Medicare
Starting a Business
Tax Credits for Families With Children
Tax Provisions for High-Income Taxpayers
Taxable Social Security Benefits
Tips for Newlyweds
Tips for Taxpayers Who Receive an IRS Notice
Vehicles – Business Use
What Should You Do if You Cannot Pay Your Taxes

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There are many events that occur during the year than can affect your tax situation.  Preparation of your tax return involves summarizing transactions and events that occurred during the prior year.  In most situations, treatment is firmly established at the time the transaction occurs. However, negative tax effects can be avoided by proper planning.  Please contact us in advance if you have questions about the tax effects of a transaction or event that you are considering

These brochures contain general information for taxpayers and should not be relied upon as the only source of authority.  Taxpayers should seek professional tax advice for more information.