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November 2017 Archives

One simple way to reduce your risk of tax refund fraud

We’ve been talking about it a lot recently. It’s peppering the news almost daily. The Equifax breach earlier this year turned it from a problem into an outright crisis. The IRS and other government organizations have been working overtime to combat this constant threat and empower Americans to keep themselves secure. We’re talking, of course, about identity theft.

Congress proposes to change tuition-related taxes

Many Las Vegas residents who are paying for student loans and tuition have a hefty financial burden. If you have college debt, you might find some amount of relief through their tax return, but several aspects of taxes are now up for debate. One possibility is that your tax return on student loan interest may disappear altogether.

More effects of divorce on taxes

In one of our posts last month, we talked about the value of the innocent spouse rule when dealing with some tax controversies after death or divorce. That rule is a form of protection for ex-spouses who find out later that their mate didn't take care of taxes the way they pledged to. When the conditions are right and presented correctly, it's possible to use the rule to eliminate a tax obligation.

Income taxes and gambling losses

Living here in Las Vegas, you may spend at least some of your time at the casinos. You relish your winnings, but more than likely, you also lose from time to time. You know that the IRS wants a share of your winnings if they are over a certain amount, but did you know that you may also be able to deduct your losses?

What do tax overhaul proposals mean for 'gig economy' workers?

There is no shortage of analysis related to taxes right now. The president has offered a peak at what he would like to see and the Republican-controlled House is hashing its way through a long list of proposals, adding here and taking away there.

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