Monthly Archives: February 2011

Fresh start with the IRS

In my last blog, I encouraged folks who were behind in filing taxes to take it one step at a time and get it done. As if they were reading my mind, the IRS has just announced that they have … Continue reading

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One step at a time

I recently attended a cooking demonstration where the menu was remarkable – 72-hr braised short ribs with pickled papaya sauce served over creamed parsnips. The chef was completely in control despite the fact he had several things cooking at once. … Continue reading

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Payroll taxes must be paid first!

Money is tight. You’ve got to make a decision about which bills to pay. Not an uncommon scenario in this economy. For a business, these bills include payroll taxes due. For goodness sake, put these on top of the pile. … Continue reading

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Good news for small nonprofits!

Good news for small nonprofits! If revenues for your organization are less than $50,000 annually, you can just file a 990-N, e-Postcard, for the 2010 tax year. In the past, your revenues had to be less than $25,000 to file … Continue reading

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