IRS Issues Remaining Inflation-Adjusted Amounts for 2013

The IRS just released the remaining inflation-adjusted amounts for 2013. 

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Social Security Claiming Strategies: What Can Married Couples Do to Increase Joint Lifetime Benefits?

Roughly half of retirees claim Social Security benefits at age 62, as soon as they become eligible. Some people delay benefits, using their retirement savings and other income as an income source during the delay years. Others apply out of necessity; their financial situation leaves them little choice. These factors aside, what if you have a choice? If you wait a few years to apply for Social Security, how much more income might you realize?

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IRS Issues Some Updated Amounts for 2013

The IRS just updated the Standard Mileage Rate for 2013. 

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IRS Increases Standard Mileage Rate

In response to recent increases in fuel prices, the IRS has increased the Standard Mileage Rates for business, medical, and moving automobile expenses paid or incurred on or after July 1, 2011

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The JOBS Act – New Opportunities for IPOs

During 2012 the President signed the JOBS Act into law.

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The JOBS Act – Staying Private Opportunity

During 2012 the President signed the JOBS Act into law. 

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2011-12 Executive Tax Planning Guide

2011-12 Executive Tax Planning Guide

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2011-12 Tax Planning Guide

2011-12 Tax Planning Guide

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Iowa Begins Pumping Out Tax Credits for E15

Iowa Governor Terry Branstad recently signed S.F. 531, which contains the nation’s first tax credit for the retail sale of E15 – an automobile fuel blend containing 85 percent gasoline and 15 percent ethanol

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HIRE Act: Employers Now Eligible for Retention Credit

A little over one year ago, Congress passed the HIRE Act, which included a limited payroll tax holiday for employers that hired certain previously unemployed workers. 

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