Beyond the Numbers

Our Beyond the Numbers blog is published with articles on a monthly basis.

Making Your Home Office a Tax Deduction

Making Your Home Office a Tax Deduction

The home office deduction is a great tax break for the millions of Americans who are now working from home, either occasionally or full-time. But there’s one huge catch…you can’t be an employee! That’s right, if you’re working from home for an employer, you normally...

Summer Jobs and Taxes

Summer Jobs and Taxes

Now is the time to prepare for the not-so-pleasant part of having a summer job – paying taxes! Here’s what you can expect depending on what type of job you have this summer. The employee. A job at a retail store or restaurant generates earned income that is subject to...

Tax Consequences of Virtual Transactions

Tax Consequences of Virtual Transactions

As social distancing turns convenience into necessity, the number and types of activities moving to the internet is exploding. It’s important to remember that these virtual events often trigger real-world tax implications. Here are some things to keep in mind:...

The Secret to a Quick Tax Refund

The Secret to a Quick Tax Refund

Delayed tax refunds, penalties for not filing 2020 tax returns on time that were actually filed on time, and timely tax payments being flagged as late are just some of the headaches taxpayers are grappling with due to a massive backlog of several million...

Read the Fine Print

Read the Fine Print

According to a recent Deloitte survey, 91% of people agree to terms and conditions without reading the legal agreement. While reading through legally complex language may be slow and painful, it’s more important than you think. Here are four reasons why reading entire...

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