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Year-end tax planning for 2014
Where has the time gone? We are approaching the final months of 2014,
but, before you start thinking about holiday shopping, consider year-end
tax planning and preparation. With proper tax planning, you can
maximize your potential tax savings and minimize your tax liability.
Putting miscellaneous deductions to work
Now that you're just about ready to file your tax return, are you sure
you claimed all the deductions that you're due? Most Americans know that
they can deduct items such as charitable donations, mortgage interest
and property taxes.
Minnesota's new gift tax sparks questions for taxpayers
As part of a campaign to educate taxpayers on confusing, challenging and
emerging tax issues, the Minnesota Society of Certified Public
Accountants (MNCPA) offers filers important reminders and considerations
related to Minnesota's new state gift tax.
Minnesota's residency laws throw 'snowbirds' for a loop
Determining residency for tax purposes often proves challenging for
Minnesota's population of "snowbirds" (retired individuals who head
south each winter).
Your tax return: What could go wrong?
Every year taxpayers make mistakes on their tax returns that range from
silly to serious. What kinds of errors should you keep in mind as you
get ready to file this year's return? The Minnesota Society of CPAs
highlights three common missteps to avoid.
'Tis the season for charitable contributions
Along with an avalanche of catalogues and holiday greetings from family
and friends, you may also find your mailbox inundated with donation
requests from charitable organizations.
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