Just Because It’s a Business Expense Doesn’t Mean You Should Buy It

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Some people who go into business for themselves do everything right from the start.  They learn what the area in which they live requires, get a business license, and go from there. But there are others who when they start out to have a business of their own, probably aren’t thinking too much about [CLICK TO CONTINUE…]

Arizona Charitable Tax Credits – No Itemization Required in 2013

If you’re in Arizona, you may be able to divert some of your tax dollars to charitable organizations, rather than to pay them to the state.  In 2010, I wrote about tax credits which were available to folks living in Arizona.  I was unable to take advantage of those tax credits because itemization was [CLICK TO CONTINUE…]

Oh Boy, Arizona Intercepted Our Tax Refund Again

I wrote about the last time the state “intercepted” our income tax return here: What Arizona did with our 2008 Tax Refund and here: Finally – Our 2008 Tax Refund Arrived.


I filed an extension for our 2011 taxes and when I bought my car off Craigslist I forced myself to get it [CLICK TO CONTINUE…]

Have You Completed Your Income Taxes or Will You File an Extension?

Self Employed TAX Solutions Book by June Walker

Have you completed your taxes?  I’ll be filing an extension.   For all of my life until a couple of years ago I’ve always filed before April 15th.  Always.  But since Mr. A has his own business, and I have a few side gigs I have decided I will take my time instead [CLICK TO CONTINUE…]

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