A reader wants to know how to set income tax withholding on a new job to avoid a tax bill in April.
Jacob Dayan was born and raised in Chicago and worked in New York City as a financial analyst at Bear Stearns. In 2009, he returned to Chicago to be with his family and pursue a career assisting consumers and small businesses with various financial needs. In 2010, he co-founded Community Tax LLC, a full-service tax company helping customers nationwide with all of their tax resolution, tax preparation, bookkeeping, and accounting needs. He’s a licensed attorney in Illinois who graduated Magna Cum Laude from Mitchell Hamline School of Law and has worked with more than 60,000 clients – resolving more than $400 million in tax liabilities.
A reader wants to know if there’s any silver lining to taking a loss on a real estate investment.
The IRS wants to charge a retiree for moving his IRA CD, but he may be able to avoid getting taxed.
Filing form 1040X may get you your refund, but don’t expect a fast turnaround.
The simple answer is no, but it’s never simple with the IRS.
A reader’s small business owes a big tax debt.
A reader’s wife has left him, but they’re still married. Yet she just filed her own taxes.
The answer has more to do with your job than your expenses.
A reader never did her S-Corp filing. How much pain is she facing?
A reader’s brother is counting on the fact it’ll take a few years.