Tax Talk

Can You Get Paid to Send Your Kids to Summer Activities?

  We frequently hear about companies and a select few individuals obtaining tax breaks through unconventional, mythical methods. How about a... Read More

Irish For a Day

On Saint Patrick’s Day, millions of Americans go scrounging through their Ancestry DNA tests in hopes of finding a drop or two of Irish... Read More

Art, Not Science

I start these missives with the premise that nobody should pay more tax than they have to. Then, I launch into a story about someone finding... Read More

“Price Is Right” Taxes

The IRS reminds us that, “the U.S. income tax system is built on the idea of voluntary compliance. This means that taxpayers are responsible... Read More

What Happen$ in Vegas Goes to Washington

Sunday’s Super Bowl in Las Vegas was a spectacle for the ages. MVP Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs affirmed their dominance in... Read More

Open Secrets

Last fall, a former IRS contractor named Charles Littlejohn copped a plea to one count of unauthorized disclosure of tax return information.... Read More

What is BOI? And Am I Required to File It?

Starting on January 1, 2024, the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA) takes its first significant step towards implementation. It introduces a... Read More

Suze Orman is Full of It

America has always been a land of opportunity, but most Americans don’t seem very good at managing those opportunities. The average... Read More

Macks the Knife

Five thousand years ago, give or take, the Mesopotamians invented the shekel. It was the world’s first currency and represented a huge... Read More

Elon Musk, Loser

Love him or hate him, everyone’s favorite richest man on the planet, Elon Musk, keeps racking up the headlines. Is he a... Read More