Monthly Archives: September 2014
You may be able to deduct your expenses if you move to start a new job or to work in a different location. Here are some tax tips involving deducting your moving expenses: 1. You must incur the moving expenses … Continue reading
In Missouri, you cannot appeal your divorce until all of your property and assets have been addressed by the lower court. If you want to file an appeal, you may want to contact our office at 816-524-4949.
You cannot deduct the value of your services that you give to charity, but you may be able to deduct some of your out-of-pocket costs. The deductible expenses must be unreimbursed and incurred only on behalf of the charity. In … Continue reading
Here are some tips that you should consider if you are thinking about getting a divorce or have just experienced one: 1. Assess your current financial situation and take stock on your income and expenses. 2. Establish a budget and … Continue reading
Starting in the year 2015, the Kansas Mortgage Registration Tax will be reduced over a period of four years. The tax, which is currently at 0.26% of any mortgage, will be eliminated by the year 2019.
In order to relocate your children and modify your custody arrangement, you must show that the move will be in the children’s best interest. The court does not care about whether or not the move is convenient for the parents. … Continue reading
If you have made a mistake on your tax return, don’t worry. You can fix it by filing an amended return, and here are some tips to help you file this return: 1. The form you need to use in … Continue reading
The Kansas City Royals learned the hard way that when a mascot hits a fan with a hotdog, they will be sued. Missouri courts have stated that attending or watching a baseball game does not adherently include the risk of … Continue reading
If you, your spouse or your dependent are heading off to college, here are some quick tips that could safe you some money come tax time: 1. American Opportunity Tax Credit- this credit can be taken up to $2,500 each … Continue reading