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New Discussion Forums are Here!

As members of the TaxAlmanac community, you have made it very clear that you want and need a better way to communicate with each other. Based upon your feedback, we're excited to announce that a new discussion forum has now been implemented!

Features

  • Discussion Threads grouped by categories.
  • Easy to start or join in on a discussion.
  • Removes the hassle - posts are automatically signed and dated.
  • Current discussions are sorted to the top - so you can keep up with what others are talking about.
  • Replaces the Ask or Answer a Tax Question, User Introduction, and TaxAlmanac Feedback pages.

Background

One of the things that we've learned from the beta launch of TaxAlmanac is that the community wants to interact with one another, and they need to do so much more quickly than the current site is allowing them to. People have used the Ask or Answer a Tax Question page much more than we anticipated, and that's a good thing. However, because there's no mechanism to alert the community that a question has been asked, answers are delayed until someone who knows the answer happens to come to the site, look at this page, and provide the answer. In the reverse manner, the people who have asked the questions have no way of knowing that their question has been answered. We understand your frustration and we've been working hard to implement a new system which will allow the community to more easily and quickly interact with and assist each other.

Searching - Searching on TaxAlmanac is simple. Just type what you're looking for into the search box located on the left side of every TaxAlmanac page. Then press the Enter key or click the Go button. You can also search for phrases such as "Gift Tax" just by adding quotes around the words. Read more...


Current Discussion Topics

Joint bank account, gift tax, and estate tax - Promoting Private Tax Business - 2006 Vehicle Tax Credits - Tax Software? - Mortgage Interest/Living Together - S Corp Stock - Basis stock proceeds - Sch. C activity versus investment activity - Form 8901 - Heavy truck depreciation - 1099Misc - Houses donated to fire dept for practice - Nevada non-taxable Corps - NOL Late filed Return - Purchase of S-Corp stock and personal goodwill - Net Operating Loss Carryforwards - Expatriation tax - 2005 Schedule D Instructions - Sch D-1 - Trying to house flip - S Corp Share Pays Interest on Loan from Corp - Investment interest - Pension SEP Contribution - Multiple SEP - Casualty Loss - Gifts from out of the country


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