The Tax Attic with Jerry Coon — January 7, 2009

New tax season presents common situations It’s finally the beginning of the tax season. I say “finally” because those of us in the tax business have been building toward this date since September. That’s when we started going to seminars and learning how all of the new laws would interact with the tax returns we […]

The Tax Attic with Jerry Coon — December 31, 2009

  Fight for your freedom, rights A good friend of mine, Al Kraker, recently gave me a book authored by John W. Whitehead, executive director of the Rutherford Institute, entitled “Stand and Fight.” Whitehead, a constitutional attorney, founded the Rutherford Institute in 1982 with the mission of specializing in cases that involve the curtailment of […]

The Tax Attic with Jerry Coon — December 23, 2009

Issues beyond our comprehension As we near the end of the year, many taxpayers review their financial and tax situations to see if there are any steps that can be taken to reduce their tax bill. There are multitudes of ways to decrease a tax bill. Many of them I have gone over in the […]

The Tax Attic — by Roger Allen, publisher

Issues beyond our comprehension My minister, Rick Tigchon, recently based his sermon on a Dr. Seuss book concerning going “beyond z.” The point of Rick’s sermon was that from time to time, we encounter events that simply just are not explainable. They go beyond our comprehension. They go where our alphabet currently ends at “z.” […]

The Tax Attic with Jerry Coon — December 10, 2009

Jerry Coon, Enrolled Agent Charitable contributions  As we near the end of the year, in addition to the festivities associated with the Christmas holiday, tax professionals across these United States of America are doing their best to get the word out to their clients and the tax-paying public that December 31, 2009 is, for the […]