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In this edition of our client newsletter we cover some pitfalls with the premium tax credit, IRS tax problems, business trip write-offs and much more.

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Employer Offered You Health Insurance but You Got Yours through the Marketplace. You May Be in for an Unpleasant Surprise!

One of the key provisions of Obamacare is the premium tax credit (PTC), which serves as a subsidy for the cost of health insurance for lower-income individuals and families. Although the credit is determined at the end of the year based upon income, taxpayers are allowed to estimate their income and receive the credit in advance, thereby reducing their premium costs.
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Are You a Non-Filer? Ready to Escalate Problems with the IRS?

There are millions of individuals who do not file a tax return each year, many of them simply because their income is below the filing threshold levels for the year based upon their filing status.
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Tax Consequences of Losing Your Job

If you have lost your job, there are a number of tax issues that you may encounter. How you deal with these issues can profoundly impact both your taxes and your finances. The following are typical issues along with their tax treatment:
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Married to a Non-U.S. Citizen?

With modern transportation the world continues to shrink, and it is increasingly common for a U.S. citizen to marry someone from another country who is not a U.S. citizen. If this describes your marital circumstances, there are some special tax filing issues you will have to deal with. Based on your particular situation, the filing issues could be very complicated or straightforward. But in either case, someone knowledgeable with non-U.S. citizen issues should complete the preparation of your return.
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Have Fewer Than 50 Employees? Here is How the Health Care Act Affects You

When Congress came up with the Affordable Care Act (ACA), they carved out two basic categories of businesses, those with 50 full-time employees and/or full-time equivalent employees (FTEEs) and those with fewer than 50 employees. Under the ACA, businesses in the first category have a requirement to offer affordable insurance to their full-time employees and their dependents. If you are an employer with fewer than 50 full-time employees or FTEEs, you are not subject to the insurance requirement, but there are still some ACA issues you need to be aware of.
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Combining a Vacation with a Foreign Business Trip? Here Are Some Tax Pointers

When an individual makes a business trip outside of the U.S. and the trip is 100% devoted to business, all of the ordinary and necessary business travel expenses are deductible, just as if the business trip were within the U.S.
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Disclaimer: The tax advice included in this newsletter is an overview of some complex tax rules and is not intended as a thorough in-depth analysis of the tax issues discussed. Do not act on the information included in this newsletter without first determining how these issues apply to your particular set of circumstances and if there are any special tax laws or regulations that might apply to your situation.
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