Accounting and Tax Services for Small Businesses and Individuals in the Des Moines, Iowa Area and Beyond
Here are the top-5 most-popular posts on this blog in 2016. The runaway winner, for the third year in a row, is the story about insolvency and cancelled debt. ----- #5: Take the Money and Run? The Tax Consequences of Winning a Home in a Giveaway, Part 2 In 2012 I wrote a series of posts about the tax consequences [...]
The Dinesen Tax Times
S-corporation reasonable compensation is one of the most misunderstood concepts in tax law. And that's saying something, considering how mind-numbing U.S. tax laws are.
I'm always confused when an unethical client bothers seeking out the help of a licensed professional.
Today I want to answer a basic question: it’s almost always better for married couples to file as married filing separately instead of married filing jointly on their Iowa return. Why?
Iowa Taxes: Married Filing Separately on Combined Return vs. Married Filing Separately on Separate Returns
Iowa tax law throws unique wrinkles at taxpayers when it comes to filing options for married couples.