In Quicken or Quickbooks I would like to enter a Retirement Annuity. I have one and out of it will come two deductions. One for medical insurance and the other for federal income tax deduction each month. An annuity is an "Income" which does not end until death. However that read more...In article: ANNUITY ACCOUNT
One of my colleague was mentioning that he rented his property and did not report the rental income since he was barely breaking even. According to him there is no direct way the IRS will be able to find out the actual rentals received. Is it right? If that is the case everyone will do it, right? read more...In article: Not reporting rental income
What's the state that has the lowest bar in requirements when it comes to getting a CPA license? I live in Washington (WA), but I do not meet the strigent education requirements (24 semester hours of accounting + 24 semester hours of business administration). I have 0 read more...In article: "Easiest" state to get CPA license in?
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