IRS Tax Forms & Publications
IRS Tax Forms & Publications
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|Tax Glossary||Tax Glossary|
|Publication 1||Your Rights As a Taxpayer|
|Publication 3||Armed Forces Tax Guide|
|Publication 15||Circular E: Employer’s Tax Guide|
|Publication 15A||Employer’s Supplemental Tax Guide|
|Publication 15B||Employer’s Tax Guide to Fringe Benefits|
|Publication 17||Your Federal Income Tax|
|Publication 51||Circular A: Agricultural Employer’s Tax Guide|
|Publication 54||Tax Guide for U.S. Citizens and Resident Aliens Abroad|
|Publication 80||Circular SS: Federal Tax Guide for Employers in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands|
|Publication 225||Farmer’s Tax Guide|
|Publication 334||Tax Guide for Small Business|
|Publication 463||Travel, Entertainment, Gift, and Car Expenses|
|Publication 501||Exemptions, Standard Deduction, and Filing Information|
|Publication 502||Medical and Dental Expenses|
|Publication 503||Child and Dependent Care Expenses|
|Publication 504||Divorced or Separated Individuals|
|Publication 505||Tax Withholding and Estimated Tax|
|Publication 509||Tax Calendars|
|Publication 510||Excise Taxes (Including Fuel Tax Credits and Refunds)|
|Publication 514||Foreign Tax Credit for Individuals|
|Publication 515||Withholding of Tax on Nonresident Aliens and Foreign Corporations|
|Publication 516||U.S. Government Civilian Employees Stationed Abroad|
|Publication 517||Social Security and Other Information for Members of the Clergy & Religious Workers|
|Publication 519||U.S. Tax Guide for Aliens|
|Publication 521||Moving Expenses|
|Publication 523||Selling Your Home|
|Publication 524||Credit for the Elderly or the Disabled|
|Publication 525||Taxable and Nontaxable Income|
|Publication 526||Charitable Contributions|
|Publication 527||Residential Rental Property (Including Rental of Vacation Homes)|
|Publication 529||Miscellaneous Deductions|
|Publication 530||Tax Information for First-Time Homeowners|
|Publication 531||Reporting Tip Income|
|Publication 535||Business Expenses|
|Publication 536||Net Operating Losses|
|Publication 537||Installment Sales|
|Publication 538||Accounting Periods and Methods|
|Publication 544||Sales and other Dispositions of Assets|
|Publication 547||Casualties, Disasters, and Thefts|
|Publication 550||Investment Income and Expenses (Including Capital Gains and Losses and Mutual fund Distributions)|
|Publication 554||Tax Guide for Seniors|
|Publication 555||Community Property|
|Publication 556||Examination of Returns, Appeal Rights, and Claims for Refund|
|Publication 557||Tax-Exempt Status for Your Organization|
|Publication 559||Survivors, Executors and Administrators|
|Publication 560||Retirement Plans for Small Business|
|Publication 570||Tax Guide for Individuals With Income from U.S. Possessions|
|Publication 571||Tax-Sheltered Annuity Programs for Employees of Public Schools and Certain Tax-Exempt Organizations|
|Publication 575||Pension and Annuity Income|
|Publication 583||Starting a Business and Keeping Records|
|Publication 587||Business Use of Your Home (Including Use by Day-Care Providers)|
|Publication 590-A||Contributions to Individual Retirement Arrangements (IRAs)|
|Publication 590-B||Distributions to Individual Retirement Arrangements (IRAs)|
|Publication 595||Capital Construction Fund for Commercial Fishermen|
|Publication 596||Earned Income Credit|
|Publication 598||Tax on Unrelated Business Income of Exempt Organizations|
|Publication 721||Tax Guide to U.S. Civil Service Retirement Benefits|
|Publication 901||U.S. Tax Treaties|
|Publication 907||Tax Highlights for Persons With Disabilities|
|Form 911||Request for Taxpayer Advocate Service Assistance|
|Publication 915||Social Security and Equivalent Railroad Retirement Benefits|
|Publication 925||Passive Activity and At-Risk Rules|
|Publication 926||Household Employers Tax Guide|
|Publication 929||Tax Rules for Children and Dependents|
|Publication 936||Home Mortgage Interest Deduction|
|Publication 939||General Rule for Pensions and Annuities|
|Publication 946||How to Depreciate Property|
|Publication 957||Reporting Back Pay and Special Wage Payments to the Social Security Administration|
|Form 8839||Qualified Adoption Expenses|
|Publication 969||Health Savings Accounts and Other Tax-Favored Health Plans|
|Publication 970||Tax Benefits for Education|
|Publication 1212||Guide to Original Issue Discount (OID) Instruments|
|Publication 1345||Handbook for Authorized IRS e-file Providers of Individual Income Tax Returns|
|Publication 1544||Reporting Cash Payments of Over $10,000|
|Publication 4557||Safeguarding Taxpayer Data – A Guide for Your Business|
About Tia Cantrell, CPA
Tia Cantrell was born in the Republic of Georgia, in the seaside palm tree shaded city of Sokhumi on the Black Sea. She became a refugee at the age of 13. Her entire family was displaced as a result of a punitive post-Soviet war. Tia’s parents stayed back until the very last day and spent the rest of their lives hoping one day they would get to go back to the home they missed so much. Unfortunately, that’s one dream she has not been able to help them realize.
At 16, Tia became an exchange student and came to an American high school, completely mesmerized by the new culture. She went back to Georgia, and 5 years later her American host parents gave her an opportunity of a lifetime to come back to the US and start a new life in the States. That’s one gift that Tia can never fully repay them for. It was priceless to her.
Tia Cantrell entered college not quite sure of the path she would choose. That changed when Dr. Terrell entered her classroom. She was strong, vibrant, extremely competent with a knack to make the most complex topics easily understood. During her class she would tell stories from when she and her husband owned and operated a public accounting firm for 18 years. She shared that they would help clients from all walks of life. That was the spark that ignited the beginning of Tia’s lifelong love of accounting and finances, a critical trait that makes a true difference in delivering quality solutions to her clients to this day.
That lifelong love was also made possible by a handsome Tennessean she met along her journey. Many years later, with two little girls and their share of ups and downs, they are still going strong and Tia is confident that she wouldn’t change a thing.
As a young mom, and early in my career, I worked in government internal auditing, eventually transitioning to project/program management, leading large-scale financial software implementations, facilitating complex issue resolutions across teams, departments and organizations. (Boy! That’s a mouthful!)
That was all great but I couldn’t live without those numbers (it really is a curse!) so in a parallel path I supported two full-service CPA firms, true giants in their field, David Clampitt, CPA and CJ Babbit, CPA. I was truly fortunate to have had such amazing mentors. These two positions completely influenced my style and the way I approach problem resolution for my own business and individual clients today.
That is why North Bethesda CPA was born: to help me and the employees who share my vision to take a holistic view of your finances and tailor our services to deliver the best value to our clients. Make an appointment with us. You’ll learn for yourself how we can help. Click here to get started.
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