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  • NEWS RELEASE: Marks Nelson Vohland Campbell Radetic LLC Expands Tax Services to Include International Tax

    By MarksNelson on May 7, 2012
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    Helping clients to take their businesses global is an increased focus for accounting and consulting firm MarksNelson. “Many of our clients are looking outside of US borders to expand the market for their products and services. Often they don’t understand the tax ramifications of doing business in another country so we see this as an opportunity to bring specific expertise to help them, “explains Dennis Nelson, CPA, Tax Partner.
  • Make Moves Now to Lower Taxes

    By Dennis Nelson on November 23, 2011
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    There’s nothing worse than finding out there are valuable tax deductions and credits you could have claimed – if only your income was a little lower. “By doing a year-end projection now, you might be able to reduce your income before the end of the year in order to qualify for certain tax breaks”, explains Dennis Nelson, Partner. Many tax […]
  • Taxpayers to Get a Little Summertime Relief

    By Dennis Nelson on June 23, 2011
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    Just in time for a summer respite, the IRS has raised the standard mileage rate for business use of an automobile from 51 cents per mile to 55 ½ per mile, effective July 1 (Announcement 2011-40). The medical and moving standard mileage rate is increasing to 23 ½ per mile, also on July 1. The new optional standard mileage rates […]
  • Winds of Misfortune Blow Your Way?

    By Dennis Nelson on June 23, 2011
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    Let’s say your business has been hit with a devastating natural disaster. To make matters worse, many taxpayers find out after the fact that the losses aren’t fully covered by insurance. Fortunately, Uncle Sam may be able to offer some relief. Given the number of natural disasters in our area, from the Joplin tornado to flooding on the Missouri River, […]
  • Updated Alert: Congress Passes Repeal of 1099 Expanded Reporting Requirement

    By Dennis Nelson on April 23, 2011
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    On Tuesday, the Senate voted in favor of the House version of the repeal of the 1099 expanded requirement. The bill now goes to the President for his signature and the White House says he will sign it. The expanded 1099 reporting requirements repealed by this bill are as follows: Congress has expanded the 1099 reporting requirement that businesses had […]
  • Lien On Me: IRS Changes Debt Rules

    By Dennis Nelson on March 6, 2011
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    As you may have recently read, the IRS announced on February 24, 2011 that it is making changes to the tax lien process in an effort to help taxpayers with their tax liens.  The IRS plans to help taxpayers struggling with tax debts by providing a higher level of forgiveness. A few highlights of this major change include: Generally prohibits […]
  • Year End Tax Planning Ideas

    By Dennis Nelson on December 7, 2010
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    We’ve already seen legislation with major tax changes this year, and, even though the year is almost over, more legislation is almost certainly on the way. Despite confusion created by the never-ending changes, the 2010 federal income tax environment is still quite favorable. However, we may not be able to say that for 2011 and beyond. Therefore, tax planning actions taken between now and year-end may […]