NH DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION
HOMEOWNERS PROPERTY TAX RELIEF
Even if you don’t qualify, spread the word to your friends, relatives, and clients. Time is limited to apply.
An eligible claimant is a person who is:
Single with adjusted gross income equal to or less than $20,000, or
Married or head of NH household with adjusted gross income less than or . . . → Read More: How to Save Money on NH Property Taxes
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With the passing of the holidays, comes the necessary and dreaded task of preparing yourself and your documentation to report your earnings and deductions to the IRS. We will go into this a little further next month, but I wanted to give you some preliminary tips to help make the process easier.
If you paid anyone acting as an independent . . . → Read More: Small Business Primer for Tax Season
Complete information for taking the Home Office Deduction can be found in IRS Publication 587. The deduction is calculated on Form 8829, which transfers to Schedule C. It should be noted that employees who receive a W-2 may also be eligible to claim a home office as an itemized deduction, however this information is not covered . . . → Read More: Seacoast Accountability’s Small Business Tax Tip-The Home Office Deduction