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Central Withholding Agreements (CWAs)

Artists and Athletes from outside the United States, were you aware that thirty percent of your U.S. earnings, including merchandise sold during performances and games, should be withheld for the IRS? This new policy assures that taxes are paid when … Continue reading

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Savers Credit

The federal government has devised a way to make saving for your future a little easier. The Saver’s Credit is designed for lower and middle income individuals and families who want to contribute to a retirement plan. Within a designated … Continue reading

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Hobby or Side Income

You’ve done it! You’ve completed a successful Kickstarter campaign or finished that big tour, edited that documentary or sold that painting. You got paid! Nice! Checks go to the bank, then out to rent, supplies, heat, light…life, basically, right? Maybe you’re holding … Continue reading

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