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Archive for September, 2011

How to Maximize Your Itemized Deductions

Posted by Mark On September 28th

Tax Deductions & You – What You Need to Know

No one likes being audited by the IRS. In fact, last year, approximately 1.4 million taxpayers were audited, and I can’t imagine a single person enjoyed the experience. But when you learn how to properly take advantage of itemized deductions on your tax returns, suddenly tax accounting isn’t quite so stressful.

I don’t want any of you to face the stresses that come along with being audited which is why I wrote a new eBook that you can download for free, called…

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According to the DC district court the answer is no.  The court’s decision was based on the facts that the plan administrator didn’t intentionally misclassify the workers and the 401(k) and cafeteria plan documents specified that anyone reclassified as an employee by a court or the IRS wouldn’t receive benefits.  Based on the case it would be wise to review your plan documents with legal counsel to insure being tripped up by this in the future.

Here are 3 more tips to help you sit pretty in retirement. If you need additional assistance with your retirement planning please contact me online or call (239) 384-9688.

-Mark
Naples & Fort Myers CPA

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