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Answered: What is excise tax and regressive tax?

An excise tax is a charge on some goods - such as oil. Excise is an example of a regressive tax along with such taxes as payroll tax . They are considered regressive as they are usually levied upon a business and they have the characteristic of not contributing to the growth or development of that ...

Answered: Does the Bank Have to Pay Delinquent Property Taxes?

Banks sometimes get into hassles with insurers and escrow agents. That is the risk with ANY mortgage. The ideal solution is to pay the overdue tax, then inform the escrow agent about your payment and demand a credit.

Answered: What Happens If You Don't File a Tax Return?

You should have suggested that they get paid in cash; no W-2s or 1099s. Uncle Frank

Answered: What is a Business Tax Attorney?

A Business Tax Attorney is a person who is granted the authority to act in place of another. A Business Tax Attorney will act for your behalf to the government in communicating your business tax details.

Answered: Do Tax Attorney's File Taxes For You?

The tax attorney is for legal advice regarding tax matters, tax planning. The accountant does the book work and files returns. Unless you are wealthy, or your biz is complicated, or you are already in trouble, you do not need an expensive tax atty. You just need a good accountant who does small ...

Answered: What is the difference between a TAX ACCOUNTANT & a TAX ATTORNEY?

I'm pretty sure a tax accountant would be the one to work with the numbers and file your taxesfor you and stuff like that. A tax attorney would be the one to represent you in court if ever you had an issue with the IRS. Of course a tax accountant will need to keep up with the tax laws since they ...
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What are the applicable taxes for starting a staffing firm in NY?

There are no taxes specifically for setting up a business but there are probably various licenses that you will need and those typically have fees that need to be paid. You'll pay tax on your net income along with payroll taxes on the wages paid and have to make deposits to cover the taxes and ...

How much is taxed

Generally none, but it depends on how much you're getting and your other resources. You may be eligible for Medicaid or Medicare depending on your circumstances. If you need Medicare there are programs that help pay for it if your income and other resources are low enough. You will need to talk ...

Charitable Contribution = Tax Credit?

No - there are never tax credits for contributions. However, the IRS sometimes OK's the acceleration of deductions in the face of a disaster and allows the deduction of specific contributions made after the 1st of the yr to be claimed on the prior year return.

Why do people in the state of NC living in the county only pay county tax

A city tax applies to those who live in the city, or sometimes a city tax applies to those who live or work in the city. City taxes pay for things that may be only in the city, like a stadium or performing arts center or convention center, or extra police, or maybe a transit system.