Tax Planning Week - Tips, Trends, Essential Information About Your Tax Planning
Welcome to Tax Planning Week at The Slott Report - a week where each of our experts verse all of us in one issue they feel is extremely important as you organize your paperwork and hop on TurboTax or send it off to the local CPA.
To kick off our week-long tax extravaganza, we are going to list some of the important tax articles we have already written in 2014, as well as some of the best tweets from industry experts to get your mind cranking (it is Monday after all).
Also, this week's Slott Report Mailbag will include all tax-time questions - so if you have one - make sure to send it off to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tax Time Articles Already Published in 2014
Roth IRA Contributions: Don't Report on Tax Return, But Do Keep Track
IRA Annual Fair Market Value Summary
You Will Receive Your 2013 IRS Form 1099-R By the End of January
New Version of IRS Publication 590 for IRAs
3 Tips for Tax Time Preparation
Tweets From Industry Experts
The NFL makes about $9 billion a year and hasn't paid taxes since 1966.
— UberFacts (@UberFacts) February 23, 2014
Want more #IRS tips to save time and money on your #taxes? Subscribe to IRS Tax Tips http://t.co/W0XeKxBOHc
— IRS (@IRSnews) February 24, 2014
Maybe paying taxes will feel a little less painful when you're being rewarded? http://t.co/ABcpXaLDnx @SteeleStreet @creditexperts
— Gerri Detweiler (@gerridetweiler) February 24, 2014
Doing your taxes? @Kiplinger magazine has a list of 14 audit red flags: http://t.co/f5rQXW57fk
— Clark Howard (@ClarkHoward) February 23, 2014
These 3 important steps could save you big bucks when paying the tax man: http://t.co/UlJZjclGzV #taxes
— Money Magazine (@MONEY) February 23, 2014
If Phillip Seymour Hoffman and Marianne O'Donnell had married, she would have saved some $12 million in estate taxes. http://t.co/R4WosMPLBC
— lindastern (@lindastern) February 22, 2014
Pay your taxes by credit card? Here's why not. http://t.co/MWURYh0RdZ @tobiestanger via @consumerreports
— Bankrate.com (@Bankrate) February 22, 2014
5 things tax preparers wish we knew about taxes http://t.co/2McdU9jTyP
— DailyFinance (@daily_finance) February 21, 2014
A state-by-state look at sales taxes, local rates http://t.co/A6sPwGpRgZ via @cpaletter_daily
— NJ Society of CPAs (@NJSCPA) February 21, 2014
Don't overlook the retirement savers' tax credit http://t.co/1p2iZxhlXV
— Kiplinger (@Kiplinger) February 21, 2014
Is a #tax refund always good? Not necessarily. - The pros and cons of tax refunds http://t.co/EX6FyGwakY courtesy of @taxtweet
— Jeffrey Levine, CPA (@IRAGuru4EdSlott) February 12, 2014
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