Posts Tagged "tax attorney"

Entrepreneur Tax Tip III: 5 Quick Tips to Get Ready Now!

Posted on Apr 27, 2015 in Entrepreneur, San Diego Lawyer, Setting up a Small Business, Small Business, Small Business Tips and Tricks Series, Tax Season, Taxes, Tips for Entrepreneurs | Comments Off on Entrepreneur Tax Tip III: 5 Quick Tips to Get Ready Now!

Entrepreneur Tax Tip III: 5 Quick Tips to Get Ready Now! You may be confused as to why this post is coming out now that the tax deadline has passed. To that, we answer, 2013’s has passed, yes. But 2014’s is on its way! That’s why we’re going to give 5 quick tips, adopted from Amrik Andhawa, Entrepreneur columnist, to help next tax season go easier (full article here).   1. Get organized Amrik, entrepreneur and product developer himself, suggests having standardized formatting for invoices and other legal documents as well as designating a good place to keep necessary documents, more...

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Tax Day Freebies 2015

Posted on Apr 1, 2015 in San Diego Lawyer, Success, Tax Season, Taxes | Comments Off on Tax Day Freebies 2015

Tax Day Freebies 2015 Happy April! Here is our list of some awesome tax day freebies. And trust us, this is no April fools, they’re all real deals! Here is our list of free or discounted things you can take advantage of on or around tax day April 15th.   Bruegger’s Bagels- April 12 through 15, customers can get a bag of 13 bagels and two tubs of cream cheese flavors for $10.40 (save about $3.50) Boston Market – On April 15th get  two half-chicken individual meals for $10.40. Each meal includes half a rotisserie chicken, a choice of two sides, and cornbread. Office Depot- Free...

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Child Tax Credit: The Cost of Raising a Child

Posted on Aug 19, 2014 in San Diego Lawyer, Taxes | Comments Off on Child Tax Credit: The Cost of Raising a Child

Child Tax Credit USA Today recently reported that a middle-income family with a child born in 2013 can expect to spend $245,340 to raise their child to age 18. Jaws of penny-pinching parents across the nation are dropping at the enormous figure. We here at GQ Law have a bit of good news for you! Follow along as we shine a little money saving light on the topic of child-rearing, showing you what sweet tax breaks come along with your new bundle of joy. Child Tax Exemption Tax payers receive an exemption of $3,900 on their yearly tax return for any child under 18 including any baby born by...

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Christmas in July: Federal Gift Tax

Posted on Jul 28, 2014 in Estate Planning, Taxes | Comments Off on Christmas in July: Federal Gift Tax

The Federal Gift Tax and You What is the gift tax? Do I owe a gift tax? Do I need to report all gifts to the IRS? There are certain amounts and ways to give gifts tax free to your descendants and friends both during your life and through a properly arranged Estate Plan. What’s important is to learn the rules, set up a clear Estate Plan with Gary  (858-549-8600) and make sure your loved ones and finances are all squared away. What is the federal gift tax? The gift tax is a federal tax that applies to all the gifts you make in a lifetime. Lucky for most, unless you live in Connecticut or...

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