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Elite Tax Relief is a nationwide tax resolution company that has helped hundreds of individuals, businesses, and families get the tax relief they deserve. We are located in Fort Smith, Arkansas and currently serve clients in 46 states. We specialize in helping individuals, business owners, self-employed 1099 workers and Truck Drivers resolve tax problems. The owner of Elite Tax Relief, Kenneth Mullinax, has extensive experience with the IRS. He began his career as a Revenue Officer for the IRS where he was responsible for enforcing tax laws and bringing taxpayers into filing and paying compliance. This experience gave him a unique skill set that is not possessed by most CPA’s and makes him uniquely qualified to handle IRS resolution cases. . The Elite Tax Relief team has the inside knowledge and know how to quickly get your case on track toward resolution. You can rely on us to help resolve your tax problems. Our team of tax debt relief specialists offer many services ranging from Offer In Compromise, IRS Payment Plans, Payroll Tax Problems and IRS Debt Reduction to name a few. See our list of Services for more information. We invite you to contact us today for a free consultation to review your case and explain your options.
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Successful Push For Stimulus Checks Worsens Relief Bill
forbes.com Because Senate Republicans have refused to support a package that costs more than $1 trillion, the inclusion of checks is likely coming at the expense of better-targeted provisions.
Amazon Gets Billions While State And Local Government Budgets Collapse
forbes.com Amazon and other companies get billions in largely wasted tax subsidies while state and local governments are starved for revenue.
Why Congress Should Include Both Unemployment Benefits And Stimulus Checks In A New Relief Bill
forbes.com The long-delayed pandemic relief bill could include both another stimulus payment and enhanced unemployment benefits. That's the right call.
A Two-Pronged Approach For Challenging Tax Regulations
forbes.com Roxanne Bland argues that it may be beneficial for some taxpayers mounting a substantive challenge to a regulation, to consider mounting a procedural challenge as well.
Last Call: 2020 Year End Tax Saving Strategies You Still Have Time To Make
forbes.com The window of opportunity to trim that 2020 tax bill is quickly coming to a close. Here are some easy things that you still have time to do to help keep some more money in your pocket before the 2020 tax season is a wrap!
Citizenship-Based Taxation: A Simple Regulatory Fix
forbes.com In the latest installment of In the Pages, Tax Notes International contributing editor Robert Goulder sits down with the authors of the Tax Notes article “A Simple Regulatory Fix for Citizenship Taxation.”
Why Yellen’s Nomination Is Good News For Financially Ailing Governments
forbes.com Wall Street reacted positively to President-elect Joe Biden’s nomination of Janet Yellen for Treasury secretary. State and local governments have reason to be optimistic as well.
Treasury Pick Yellen Likes Carbon Taxes And More Pandemic Relief, But Not The TCJA
forbes.com Janet Yellen, president-elect Joe Biden’s pick for Treasury Secretary, would come to the job with largely predictable views on tax policy for a mainstream, center-left economist.
Coinbase To Issue A New Crypto Tax Form For 2020
forbes.com For the 2020 tax year, Coinbase is issuing a new tax form (1099-MISC) and abandon the Form 1099-K which created a tax nightmare for many taxpayers.
Three Ways The CARES Act Makes Charitable Giving Easier This Year
forbes.com This article explores the charitable incentives available under the CARES Act in 2020, the various ways that donors can claim some of them and the tax-planning considerations one of them may raise.
Asahi And J. McIntyre: What’s Tax Got To Do With It?
forbes.com Roxanne Bland questions why the holdings in Asahi and J. McIntyre — product liability cases addressing whether a court has the lawful authority to adjudicate a claim for redress against a nonresident company for injuries sustained because its product was defective — apply in the tax context.
The Impact Of The 2020 U.S. Elections On International Tax
forbes.com Tax Notes senior legal reporter Andrew Velarde and contributing editor Robert Goulder discuss the influence of the 2020 U.S. elections on the international tax world.
PPP IRS And Tax Deductions - Is Resistance Futile?
forbes.com 2020 has been such an easy year that the IRS has decided to give us just a little bit of challenge by issuing Revenue Ruling 2020-27 and Revenue Procedure 2020-51.
6 Tax Planning Moves To Make Now
forbes.com This is a great time to do some tax planning to help reduce your 2020 income taxes that will be due this coming April. Why pay more taxes than you need to.
Boeing’s Tax Subsidies: If You’re Not Cheating, You Ain’t Trying
forbes.com Robert Goulder examines the recent WTO ruling against Boeing.
Coca-Cola And Amazon In Tax Court - Where Are The Intangibles?
forbes.com Judge Albert Lauber, "Scholar Al" as Lew Taishoff has dubbed him, has given the IRS a big win against Coca-Cola.
New Taxes Your Business Should Be Aware Of
forbes.com Watch out, taxpayers! State and local politicians are coming after you.
What Will Happen To Tax FAQs?
forbes.com Marie Sapirie discusses the promise and peril of FAQs, noting that although they offer a relatively simple way to release guidance quickly, taxpayers can’t rely on them for guidance.
2020 Election Aftermath: The Future Of U.S. Tax Policy
forbes.com Tax Notes reporters Alexis Gravely and Jonathan Curry discuss U.S. tax policy following the 2020 presidential election, and Tax Notes senior reporter Paul Jones talks about the results of state tax ballot measures.
IRS Threatens 75% Fraud Penalty For Investors In Syndicated Conservation Easements
forbes.com As noted in the Senate Finance Committee report on SCEs the "engine of every syndicated conservation-easement transaction" is an inflated appraisal, the 40% penalty will be coming up a lot. Worse than the 40% and actually as bad as it can get for basic shenanigans is the fraud penalty
Blockchain 2.0: Ethereum Staking And Unfair Taxation Of A ‘Crypto Kitty’
forbes.com Learn how a Professor explains how the taxation of staking blockchain tokens may be unfair with the analogy of Treasury wanting to take away tokens from a ‘cryptocurrency kitty’.
Your Tax Transcript May Look Different As IRS Moves To Protect Privacy
forbes.com The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) continues to take steps forward in efforts to protect taxpayer data.
The Red-Blue Economic Divide: Cities Keep Winning
forbes.com Biden’s bigger victory is reflected in America’s urban-rural economic divide. Prosperous cities and metro areas voted for Biden, while economically troubled rural areas supported Trump. And it isn’t clear that policy can prop up declining rural economies.
Sorry, Larry Kudlow: Raising Taxes In A Recession Can Make Sense
forbes.com Joseph J. Thorndike argues against the notion that taxes can never be raised during a recession, pointing out a flaw in rigid adherence to a typical analysis of Keynesian economics.
Owe The IRS But Can’t Afford To Pay? You Are Not Alone. Here’s What To Do About It.
forbes.com Taxpayers who owe the IRS but cannot afford to pay have options, but must carefully exercise their rights or risk waiving them.
Walking A Unique Tax Path: A Conversation With Miller & Chevalier’s Loren Ponds
forbes.com Tax Notes International contributing editor Nana Ama Sarfo interviews tax attorney Loren Ponds about her path from Georgetown to the OECD, via Germany, to the House Ways and Means Committee staff where she helped write the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
50 Years Later: The Fight For Tax Transparency
forbes.com On Tax Analysts’ 50th anniversary, CEO and President Cara Griffith reflects on the organization’s history as a longtime transparency advocate and how she plans to expand its legacy.
A Syndicated Conservation Easement Deal With Substance
forbes.com The land is in Bledsoe County Tennessee, but the brain power behind the tax deduction was in Rome Georgia, which along with Atlanta is the intellectual center of the industry.
In 2020, Record Numbers Gave Up U.S. Citizenship
forbes.com Record numbers of Americans gave up their citizenship in 2020 so far. Reasons for renouncing can be family, tax and legal complications, but tax considerations are usually part of the equation due to America's complex worldwide reporting and unforgiving FATCA and FBAR rules for foreign accounts.
How Deficits Could Cripple The Biden Agenda – And How He Can Overcome Them
forbes.com President-elect Biden is inheriting the worst fiscal situation of any president in U.S. history, one which the opposition in Congress can use to obstruct the ambitious agenda on which he campaigned.
Are You Ready For Brexit? VAT And Customs Duty Considerations
forbes.com This article reflects the areas of recent and upcoming focus for many of my clients as they take steps to minimize the risk of disruption to their supply chains after 1 January 2021.
Ryan LLC - Tax Consulting Firm That Let Go Of CPA Brand
forbes.com If Ryan LLC were a CPA firm, it would be in the top twenty by either revenue or headcount.
Recounts And Ballot Challenges In The 2020 Presidential Election: Legal Expert Provides Insights
forbes.com Got election angst? For facts and insights on election legal contests, I interviewed Professor Rebecca Green at William & Mary Law School. Her answers will help you understand what is happening as state recounts unfold and ballot challenges are made.
California Votes To Keep Gig Drivers Classified As Independent Contractors
forbes.com It’s not just federal race that made news on Election day: state and local initiatives were on also on the ballot.
Rocker Gene Simmons Kisses Off California Taxes, Should You Too?
forbes.com Leaving California's 13.3% tax rate for a tax-free state makes sense for many. But if you aren’t careful about how you do it, you could end up leaving California and yet being asked to keep paying California taxes. The state likes to audit, and keeping methodical records is key.
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