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TaxBizPro, LLC Posted on: September 11, 2011 10:32

There are two types of interest in a partnership: Capital Interest and Profits Interest.  Both Capital Interest and Profit Interest are determined based on the contribution of property to the partnership and or services performed for the partnership.  The Tax Court has described a Capital Interest is any interest that would entitle the holder to […]

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TaxBizPro, LLC Posted on: August 29, 2011 11:19

Partnership or LLC Distributions may be taxable to the partners or LLC members. Distribution of partnership assets can be done as either current distribution or liquidating distribution. A current distribution is when a partnership makes a distribution to the partner(s). The receiving partner’s capital interest is retained fully or partially (IRC Sec. 761(d)). Even if the distribution reduces partner’s […]

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TaxBizPro, LLC Posted on: June 28, 2011 16:29

Disclaimer: This article is designed for general information only. The information presented at this site should not be construed to be formal legal advice nor the formation of a lawyer/client relationship. Choosing the best and correct business structure is vital key component to starting a new business or office. This article will address some formation and legal issues that businesses encounter daily.  Hopefully […]

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TaxBizPro, LLC Posted on: May 13, 2011 13:43

Having access to reliable NJ/NYC accounting CPA tax services is important for businesses of any size in the New York/New Jersey area.  But some businesses may not spend as much time as they should in choosing the accounting and tax services firm for their company. Often the business owners just select the “low cost provider” […]

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TaxBizPro, LLC Posted on: October 21, 2010 10:03

A taxpayer who trades securities, reports his/her trades on schedule D of form 1040.  He/she is subject to the $3,000 annual limitation that applies to net realized capital losses.  Also, securities are subject to the Wash Sales rules (in a nut-shell; loses will not be recognized for tax purposes if you sell a security at […]

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TaxBizPro, LLC Posted on: January 1, 2010 12:15

If you have a small business like a sole proprietorship or an independent contractor, or you operate as Single Member LLC, you generally would consider yourself to be a self-employed.  For tax purposes, you must file IRS Schedule C, Profit or Loss From Business or Schedule C-EZ, Net Profit From Business with your individual income […]

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TaxBizPro, LLC Posted on: October 12, 2009 13:43

Many business owners are curious and interested to know about different ways to save money on taxes.  This article will introduce you to a legal way of reducing businesses or corporate taxable income by paying your minor children. The payments to minor children have to be reasonable. The minor child needs to be compensated for the services […]

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TaxBizPro, LLC Posted on: September 30, 2009 10:32

The corporation does not recognize gain when it distributes cash to its shareholders.  Also when a shareholder in exchange for cash, redeems a corporation stock, the corporation recognizes no gain. (Sec. 311(a)).  On the other hand, if a corporation distributes property in connection to stock redemption, this may result in corporate-level capital gain and/or ordinary income. […]

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TaxBizPro, LLC Posted on: September 6, 2009 9:34

If you were thinking of getting additional office help and wanted to hire someone on a part-time of full-time basis you need to understand the difference between employees and independent contractors. There is a major difference between employees and independent contractors when it comes to how much tax you as an employer has to pay and withhold […]

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TaxBizPro, LLC Posted on: August 20, 2009 16:35

Religious organization can provide to clergy ministers non-taxable benefits referred to as parsonage allowance. It’s done as part of total compensation paid to the minister. How does this work? Religious organization can provide to a minister with rent-free furnished apartment or housing that is owned by the religious organization. Religious organization also can pay the […]

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TaxBizPro, LLC Posted on: August 17, 2009 17:00

Generally, you cannot deduct amounts that you approximate or estimate. You should keep proper records to prove your expenses or have sufficient evidence that will support your own statement. You must generally prepare a written record for it to be considered Proper. This is because written evidence is more reliable than oral evidence alone. However, […]

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TaxBizPro, LLC Posted on: August 12, 2009 9:44

This material was written and prepared by TaxBizPro, LLC © 2009 You have a great idea, you are excited and now you want to start your business.  So you are asking yourself, where do I begin?  First you need to understand that in any business you need to have a plan and a good tax […]

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