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Janet Berry-Johnson

Janet Berry-Johnson is a Certified Public Accountant. Before leaving the accounting world to focus on freelance writing, she specialized in income tax consulting and compliance for individuals and small businesses. She lives in Omaha, Nebraska with her husband and son and their rescue dog, Dexter.
Tax Deductible Job

Moving for a Job: Tax-Deductible Expenses & Relocation Assistance

Did you move to take a new job this year, or are you considering moving for work in the near future?According to the U.S. Census Bureau, just over 10% of the more than 32...
Protect Business Dominoes

6 Ways to Protect Your Small Business From the Upcoming Recession

It seems everyone in the U.S. and around the globe is ringing a recession alarm bell right now. Economists and investors are taking a decidedly dreary tone when it comes to economic predictions. But...
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11 Costs of Hiring a New Employee for Your Company

When you bring a new employee on board, you need to consider the total cost of hiring, whether you're a solopreneur who's considering hiring some help or you already have a team of employees...
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What Are Capital Gains & Losses – How to Calculate Tax Rates & Deductions

Whether you're new to the world of investing or thinking of selling stocks, bonds, or real estate you've had for some time, you need to understand how you'll be taxed on the income you generate.When...
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Hobby Loss Rules: How to Preserve Your Side Business Tax Deductions for Expenses

Do you have a talent that provides value to others? If so, you may have considered turning that skill into a money-making venture. But would that venture be a hobby or a business? For...
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5 Education-Related Tax Credits & Deductions for College Tuition & Expenses

For people without wealthy parents or a full-ride scholarship, paying for a college education is often a financial challenge. According to The College Board, for the 2018 to 2019 school year, the average annual...
Financial Moves Before End Tax Year

5 Financial Moves to Make Before the End of the Tax Year

At the end of the year, your thoughts are likely on the holidays, spending time with friends and family, and the promise of a new year. The last thing you want to think about...
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Married Filing Taxes Jointly vs. Separately – Which Is Better?

Are you married? That seems like an easy question, but the answer can get complicated when it involves the filing status on your federal income tax return. For tax purposes, your marital status is determined...
Pay Irs Taxes Online

How to Pay Taxes to the IRS – Online, Check or Credit Card

You've assembled and organized all of your tax documents to meet the April 15th tax filing deadline, and you've discovered that, unfortunately, you didn't have enough tax withheld or make enough estimated payments. As a...
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Do I Have to File Taxes and How Much Do I Need to Make?

How do you feel when you think about taxes? Confused? Intimidated? Overwhelmed by the number of rules to follow and forms to complete? What if you could avoid filing a return entirely?No, we're not...
Commons Irs Tax Forms

List of the Most Common Federal IRS Tax Forms

As tax season heats up, your mailbox will be flooded with tax-related forms. While many have familiar names and numbers, there is a slew of new schedules this year. Each has a particular purpose...
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Filing Taxes After Divorce – Tax Implications & Claiming Children

Divorce is hard. It can be stressful emotionally, mentally, physically and financially. When you add tax issues - already a confusing subject -  divorce doesn't get any easier.Following a complicated divorce, taxes sometimes become even...