13 Things to Hold Onto For Next Year’s Taxes

Ms. Career Girl

Probably the most well-known tax form is the W-2. The document may show the disbursements for real estate taxes and property insurance. The post 13 Things to Hold Onto For Next Year’s Taxes appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. Are you breathing a sigh of relief now that tax season is officially over? Before you put away your tax returns, take a few minutes to read over the following list of 13 tax documents you need to hold onto for next year’s taxes.

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Five Short Q & A’s on Saturday

Sklover Working Wisdom

My question is this: can I break it if the owner has done some questionable things regarding comingling of money from his real estate company with money from the insurance company. Also, he has not paid commissions, is a willing partner in allowing an employee to forge a W-2 statement and other problems, too. .

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Resume Help Blog

For those dying on or after January 1, 2011, there is a 55 percent top death tax rate on estates over $1 million. Their children will have to sell the farm, which may be their livelihood, just to pay the estate tax if they don’t have the cash sitting around to pay the tax. Maybe your family owns real estate, or a business that doesn’t make much money, but the building and equipment are worth $1 million.

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I promised to stay for a year but want to leave now, using my own personal computer at work, and more

Ask a Manager

The problem is that I’m W-2 and when I got to work the first day, there wasn’t a computer at my desk. His last assistant was a real estate agent and contracted and worked for a percentage of sales. As a W-2, doesn’t my employer need to provide the tools for me to perform my work? It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. I accepted a raise and promised to stay for a year, but now I want to leave.

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