Different state, same tune. Starting this past Monday, September 16th, taxpayers have the next 60 days to figure it out in Connecticut without facing the music. The Connecticut Tax Amnesty Program ends November 15, 2013. Similar to many other states offering amnesty, incentives for participating in the program include lower interest rates and no penalties. […]
Recent changes involving the reporting of automatic tips to the IRS has some restaurant owners changing the way they do business. Good news for those of us who like to eat out, the number of automatic gratuity statements at the bottom of menus will likely decrease. Read more in today’s Columbus Dispatch interview with our very own Kaz Unalan.
There’s a lot of discussion around the Supreme Court’s recent ruling in the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and the tax impact it will create. Many questions remained unanswered until Revenue Ruling 2013-17 was issued on Thursday, August 29, 2013. The main concern was the issue of being married in a state that recognizes same-sex […]