Dino Tax Co

Dino Tax Co

Get dedicated help from a Kingwood tax attorney. We think dinosaurs and taxes are the perfect pairing of funny and serious. While we’re absolutely serious about getting your taxes done right and saving you money, we want to break the ice in a humorous and approachable way.

Our hope is that a dinosaur-themed tax company is striking enough that you won’t forget us. Our tax services include:
- Income Tax Preparation
- Previous Year(s) Unfiled Returns
- Settling IRS Debt or Payment Plans
- General Tax Consulting

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The Reintroduction of Form 1099-NEC 10/06/2020

The Reintroduction of Form 1099-NEC

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The Reintroduction of Form 1099-NEC What is Form 1099-NEC? It’s simple; it’s the 1099 given to those that receive non-employee compensation, also known as independent contractor income. Non-employee compensation used to be represented in box 7 of Form 1099-MISC. It’s interesting to note that Form 1099-NEC is actually not new, bu...

Are you an injured spouse under Form 8379? 10/05/2020

Are you an injured spouse under Form 8379?

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Are you an injured spouse under Form 8379? This article is about the somewhat strangely named Form 8379 – Injured Spouse Allocation. I say that it’s an odd name for a form because when you hear the word injury, the idea of physical injury pops into one’s head. However that is not the purpose surrounding this form.

What are Supplemental Wages and What Methods are Used to Withhold Their Taxes? 09/10/2020

What are Supplemental Wages and What Methods are Used to Withhold Their Taxes?

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What are Supplemental Wages and What Methods are Used to Withhold Their Taxes? Supplemental wages include, but are not limited to: bonuses, commissions, overtime pay, payments for accumulated sick leave, severance pay, awards, prizes, back pay, reported tips, retroactive pay increases, and payments for nondeductible moving expenses. As you can probably gather, supplemental wag...

IRAs, Roth IRAs, and 401(k)s – What can you contribute? 09/08/2020

IRAs, Roth IRAs, and 401(k)s – What can you contribute?

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IRAs, Roth IRAs, and 401(k)s – What can you contribute? This post has to do with what you can contribute in the realm of the three most common types of retirement accounts, those being the traditional and Roth individual retirement accounts (IRAs) and 401(k) plans. Generally, people that rely on an IRA to save for retirement aren’t covered by a 401(k)....

Businesses Owned by Spouses and Employee Family Members 09/07/2020

Businesses Owned by Spouses and Employee Family Members

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Businesses Owned by Spouses and Employee Family Members (Note: When this article mentions the term “employment,” it means formal employment arrangements where a worker receives a Form W-2 at the end of the year, and therefore, as used in this article, does not include independent contractors that receive Forms 1099-MISC. If you want to keep things in...

Employer Obligation to Obtain Employee Name and Social Security Number 09/05/2020

Employer Obligation to Obtain Employee Name and Social Security Number

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Employer Obligation to Obtain Employee Name and Social Security Number (Note: The tax treatment discussed herein pertains to employees who receive Forms W-2 and does not apply to hired contractors who receive Forms 1099-MISC at year’s end.) As an employer, you’ll need to get a lot of information from your employees in order for them to start work.

Form W-4 and Employee Tax Withholding 06/18/2020

Form W-4 and Employee Tax Withholding

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Form W-4 and Employee Tax Withholding This article deals first with Form W-4, Employee’s Withholding Certificate, and then gets into the specific types of taxes that are withheld in regards to employee wages, salaries, and tips. As usual, there’s the disclaimer that this article is not an exhaustive treatment of this subject. Specif...

Who is an Employee as Defined by the IRS? 06/17/2020

Who is an Employee as Defined by the IRS?

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Who is an Employee as Defined by the IRS? When people say the word “employment” they mean that they work for a living. That’s the colloquial definition. When people talk about their employer, they mean the person or company from which they derive income due to labor. However, these colloquialisms don’t necessarily correspond to the ...

What is the self-employment tax and who pays it? 06/16/2020

What is the self-employment tax and who pays it?

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What is the self-employment tax and who pays it? The self-employment tax seems to lend itself to an intuitive definition. What is the self-employment tax? It’s a tax on the self-employed. Who pays the self-employment tax? The self-employed pay, clearly. However, there’s more to this than meets the eye due to the nuance associated with the nexu...

Taxpayer Disaster Relief 06/15/2020

Taxpayer Disaster Relief

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Taxpayer Disaster Relief When disaster strikes just know that the government has your back. Don’t believe me? Well, the IRS offers some easing of your potentially cataclysmic loss through the tax code, specifically taxpayer disaster relief. This allows you to keep more money in your pocket rather than paying it to Uncle S...

Innocent Spouse and Other Similar Tax Relief 06/14/2020

Innocent Spouse and Other Similar Tax Relief

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Innocent Spouse and Other Similar Tax Relief So…your spouse or ex-spouse effed up on your joint tax return, either deliberately or accidentally. The IRS sends a letter to both you and your spouse or ex-spouse and is now requesting money from not only him/her, but you. How is this fair? You’re not the one that made the mistake or purposely

The Basic Tax Implications of Bankruptcy 06/13/2020

The Basic Tax Implications of Bankruptcy

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The Basic Tax Implications of Bankruptcy Bankruptcy is simple, the hard part comes later. But when you’ve hit the end of the road in terms of your debts and other liabilities, you really should declare bankruptcy. Refusing to do so is like refusing to throw up when you’ve had too much to drink, it only makes things worse. So

The Premium Tax Credit 06/12/2020

The Premium Tax Credit

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The Premium Tax Credit The premium tax credit is available for those who sign up for the Healthcare.gov Marketplace otherwise known as Obamacare (the latter nomenclature may be somewhat pejorative, but that’s not really for me to decide). This credit therefore requires you to get insurance through the government sponsor...

How to Account for the Sale of Business Property on Your Tax Return 06/11/2020

How to Account for the Sale of Business Property on Your Tax Return

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How to Account for the Sale of Business Property on Your Tax Return When you sell income producing property related to your business, like machinery or a moonwalk. You have to report that sale somewhere on your return. The result can be an ordinary gain or loss or a capital gain or loss. Unlike income generating property not used in a business, property used in

Credits for Dependents – Children and Others 06/10/2020

Credits for Dependents – Children and Others

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Credits for Dependents – Children and Others On the first page of your Form 1040 on the grid-like formatting under the personal information section is the area where you articulate your dependents. Within the last couple years, the tax benefit received for claiming dependents on your return has changed fundamentally. Let’s jump in so you can...

Passive Activities and Their Accompanying Loss Limitations 06/09/2020

Passive Activities and Their Accompanying Loss Limitations

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Passive Activities and Their Accompanying Loss Limitations This article deals with the nuts and bolts of passive activities and specifically the deductibility of their losses. This is a subject that should be important to people because more and more individuals have investments that qualify as passive activities, and as such could use an introduction into....

The Tax Implications of Divorce 06/08/2020

The Tax Implications of Divorce

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The Tax Implications of Divorce Divorce is ubiquitous. It’s basically an American institution at this point and really a cousin of marriage. In fact, it appears to be so common that the presence of divorce seems to be a factor in the decline of marriage rates, amongst other sociological phenomenon, but enough of my moralizing. T...

Adjustments to Income Explained 06/07/2020

Adjustments to Income Explained

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Adjustments to Income Explained “Adjustments to income” sounds like you go to the tax shop and they adjust your income, so it gives you a smoother ride through life. In reality, these are amounts that subtract from your income before you take your standard or itemized deduction. They are therefore “above the line” deductio...

Tax Treatment of the Sale of Your Primary Residence 06/06/2020

Tax Treatment of the Sale of Your Primary Residence

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Tax Treatment of the Sale of Your Primary Residence There are always a lot of questions when it comes to people’s primary residences. These inquiries generally pertain to capital gains and losses along with deductibility of certain expenses. With the insane increase in the value of homes in the United States over the last thirty years, this issue m...

Various Tax Treatments of the Sale and Trade of Property 06/05/2020

Various Tax Treatments of the Sale and Trade of Property

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Various Tax Treatments of the Sale and Trade of Property (For a discussion of the basis and adjusted basis of assets, see here.) The sale of property is generally the first thought I have when I think of the term “taxable event.” There are exceptions but, if an event renders the disposal of an asset taxable, and that disposal

Determining the Basis of Property 06/04/2020

Determining the Basis of Property

How do you determine a piece of property's basis, and why is it important for tax purposes? Find out here: https://www.dinotaxco.com/determining-the-basis-of-property/

Determining the Basis of Property When you sell property, you’ll either have a gain or loss. The lingo associated with this gain or loss is not always intuitive, but is necessary for understanding the overall taxability of the transaction. In that vein, this post acquaints the reader with some of the language necessary to read tax...

Types of Income: Other Income 06/03/2020

Types of Income: Other Income

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Types of Income: Other Income (For the articles on wages, salaries, and tips; interest; dividends and other distributions; or rental income and expenses, click here, here, here, or here respectively.) “Other income” is the type of vague phrase that makes people hate the tax code. When all the other types of income on

Types of Income: Rental Income and Expenses 06/02/2020

Types of Income: Rental Income and Expenses

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Types of Income: Rental Income and Expenses (For the articles on wages, salaries, and tips; interest; or dividends and other distributions, click here, here, or here, respectively.) This article deals with the ins and outs of rental income. For our purposes, rental income is derived from the leasing of real property on a short or long term

Types of Income: Dividends and Other Distributions 06/01/2020

Types of Income: Dividends and Other Distributions

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Types of Income: Dividends and Other Distributions (For the articles on wages, salaries, and tips or interest, click here or here, respectively.) An advantageous way to retire is to live on dividends. This would mean that you have invested your money so wisely over the course of your working life that you get paid for

Types of Income: Interest 05/31/2020

Types of Income: Interest

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Types of Income: Interest (For the article on wages, salaries, and tips, click here.) Almost everyone has heard of interest and knows what it is, essentially, making money on your money. It’s a fact of our financialized world, and one that has become the source of much fantasy. Almost everyone has thought to

Types of Income: Wages, Salaries, and Tips 05/30/2020

Types of Income: Wages, Salaries, and Tips

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Types of Income: Wages, Salaries, and Tips This post might seem more or less like a no-brainer because it talks about two of the types of income that are most commonly found on an individual’s federal tax return. However, it’s always a good idea to have a greater understanding of the ways the money you make shows up on your

What are Coverdell Education Savings Accounts (ESA)? 05/29/2020

What are Coverdell Education Savings Accounts (ESA)?

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What are Coverdell Education Savings Accounts (ESA)? When you hear about these different types of tax advantaged accounts, it seems like they always have to do with one of three things – retirement, health, or education. Apparently, the federal government is concerned that too many of us in the general population won’t be able to retire, afford me...

What are Education Savings Bonds? 05/28/2020

What are Education Savings Bonds?

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What are Education Savings Bonds? Savings bonds are the generally unsexy investment instrument where a certain principal amount is invested with the federal government and an amount of interest is received over the term of the bond. It’s not glamorous or high risk and therefore considered a bet that’s very safe to make. In terms...

An Overview of Qualified Tuition Programs AKA 529 Plans 05/27/2020

An Overview of Qualified Tuition Programs AKA 529 Plans

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An Overview of Qualified Tuition Programs AKA 529 Plans Qualified tuition programs, also known as 529 plans, allow a taxpayer to set up a specified account for the purpose of paying the qualified education expenses of a designated beneficiary at an eligible educational institution. The benefit of setting up a 529 plan comes from the fact that distributio...

Business Entity Tax Preparation: C Corporations 05/26/2020

Business Entity Tax Preparation: C Corporations

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Business Entity Tax Preparation: C Corporations (For the tax preparation of single member limited liability companies, partnerships, and S corporations click here, here, and here respectively.) C corporations, which are the traditional corporations that people think of when you say the word “corporation,” have fallen significantly out of favo...

Business Entity Tax Preparation: S Corporations 05/25/2020

Business Entity Tax Preparation: S Corporations

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Business Entity Tax Preparation: S Corporations (For the tax preparation of single member limited liability companies and partnerships, click here and here, respectively.) S corporations seem to have become many taxpayers chosen business entity without understanding almost any of the basic tenets of their taxation. This is nothing against those t...

Business Entity Tax Preparation: Partnerships 05/24/2020

Business Entity Tax Preparation: Partnerships

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Business Entity Tax Preparation: Partnerships (For tax preparation of single member limited liability companies click here.) In the realm of tax law, a partnership exists when two or more people come together to form a business with the goal of making a profit. One example of this is a business with more than one

Business Entity Tax Preparation: Single Member Limited Liability Company 05/23/2020

Business Entity Tax Preparation: Single Member Limited Liability Company

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Business Entity Tax Preparation: Single Member Limited Liability Company There is a lot fanfare around limited liability companies. Everyone seems to have one, whether you’re a dog walker or a welder, a baker or a banker, a taxidermist or a taxi driver. The point is limited liability companies are ubiquitous. So, because they are everywhere, it’s a little discouragin...

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