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How Long Should You Keep Your Tax Records?

The length of time you should keep tax records depends on the action, expense, or event which the records will substantiate. Generally, you should keep records until the statute of limitations period for an audit or assessment...

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Classifying Taxpayer Business Hours

By:  Jim Mauro The Internal Revenue Service has increased its audit activity in the area of deductible losses from real estate investments. A taxpayer who is classified as a “real estate professional” (or “REP”) is...

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