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Kad pročitate njegovu knjigu 'Velika šahovska tabla' ,shvatite kakvi monstruozni i bolesni umovi kreiraju spoljnu politiku SAD već decenijama

BžežinskiRusiju otvoreno naziva "crnom rupom"... Kad pročitate njegovu knjigu "Velika šahovska tabla",shvatite kakvi monstruozni i bolesni umovi kreiraju spoljnu politiku SAD već decenijama. Podlo,sistematično,dugoročno... A kad pročitate knjigu "Sukob Civilizacija", od dobrog, starog (i nažalost pokojnog) profesora Semjuela Hantingtona, shvatite koja logika stoji iza svega toga.

Choosing a beneficiary for your IRA or 401(k)

Beneficiaries pay ordinary income tax on distributions from 401(k) plans and traditional IRAs. With Roth IRAs and Roth 401(k)s, however, your beneficiaries can receive the benefits free from income tax if all of the tax requirements are met. That means you need to consider the impact of income taxes when designating beneficiaries for your 401(k) and IRA assets. Abney Associates Team A financial advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc.

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Investing Guide at Deep Blue Group Publications LLC on Last-minute tax-filing advice

Today I'll answer some tax questions-but first some tips for people who can't file their returns by Tuesday. For federal taxes: If you can't file your return by Tuesday, request a six-month extension by filing Form 4868 electronically or by mail. See the form for instructions. If you file this form by April 15 and your tax return by Oct. 15, you will avoid a late-filing penalty.

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Selling a car can be a very involved process. In order to sell a vehicle in the traditional fashion, there is advertising to be done, laws to be understood, taxes to calculate, and many other factors.

Abney and Associates Tech Research: Bitcoin Regulation Roundup

Rumours, Court Cases and Taxing Times Regulatory attitudes towards crypto currencies around the world are shifting. Hardly a day goes by without a central bank issuing a warning on the digital currency. However, it’s not all bad news – as some authorities are taking a much more positive approach. In CoinDesk’s regulation roundup, Certified Public Accountant and ACFE Certified Fraud Examiner Jason Tyra examines the most significant digital currency news from the world’s regulators and law courts over the past two weeks. USA: Bitcoin is property, says IRS The US Internal Revenue Service issued a notice in late March that classified bitcoin as property for purposes of taxation, clarified that mined bitcoins are taxable at the time they are received, and specified that bitcoins received in connection with a trade or business or as wages are subject to withholding and/or payment of Medicare or social security taxes.

State Sales Tax Rates and Vendor Discounts - Federation of Tax ...

STATE SALES TAX RATES AND VENDOR DISCOUNTS (January 1, 2014) STATE ALABAMA ALASKA ARIZONA ARKANSAS CALIFORNIA COLORADO CONNECTICUT DELAWARE FLORIDA GEORGIA HAWAII IDAHO ILLINOIS INDIANA (2) IOWA KANSAS KENTUCKY LOUISIANA MAINE MARYLAND MASSACHUSETTS MICHIGAN MINNESOTA MISSISSIPPI MISSOURI MONTANA NEBRASKA NEVADA (9) NEW HAMPSHIRE NEW JERSEY NEW MEXICO NEW YORK NORTH CAROLINA NORTH DAKOTA OHIO OKLAHOMA OREGON PENNSYLVANIA RHODE ISLAND SOUTH CAROLINA SOUTH DAKOTA TENNESSEE TEXAS UTAH (3) VERMONT VIRGINIA (3) WASHINGTON WEST VIRGINIA WISCONSIN WYOMING DIST. OF COLUMBIA U. S. MEDIAN STATE SALES VENDOR TAX RATE RANK DISCOUNT MAX/MIN 4.0% 39 5.0%-2.0% (1) $400/month (max) ------------------------- ----------N/A---------------------------------------5.6% 28 1.0% $10,000/year (max) 6.5% 9 2.0% $1,000/month (max) 7.50% 1 None 2.9% 46 2.22% (4) 6.35% 11 None ------------------------------------N/A---------------------------------------6.0% 16 2.5% $30/report (max) 4.0% 39 3.0%-0.5% (1) 4.0% 39 None 6.0% 16 None (5) 6.25% 12 1.75% $5/year (min) 7.0% 2 0.73% (2) 6.0% 16 None 6.15% 15 None 6.0% 16 1.75%-1.5% (1) $50/month (max) 4.0% 39 0.935% 5.5% 29 None (5) 6.0% 16 1.2%-0.90% (1) $500/return (max) 6.25% 12 None 6.0% 16 0.5% (6) $6/monh (min), $15,000/month (max) 6.875% 7 None 7.0% 2 2.0% $50/month (max) 4.225% 37 2.0% ------------------------------------N/A----------------------------------------5.5% 29 2.5% $75/month (max) 6.85% 7 0.25% ------------------------------------N/A----------------------------------------7.0% 2 None 5.125% 31 None 4.0% 39 5.0% $200/quarter (max) 4.75% 34 None 5.0% 32 1.5% $110/month (max) 5.75% 26 0.75% 4.5% 36 1.0% 2,500/month (max) ------------------------------------N/A----------------------------------------6.0% 16 1.0% 7.0% 2 None 6.0% 16 3.0%-2.0% (1) $3,100/year (max) 4.0% 39 0.015 (10) 7.0% 2 None 6.25% 12 0.5% (7) 4.7% 34 1.31% 6.0% 16 None (5) 4.3% 37 1.6%-0.8% (8) 6.5% 9 None 6.0% 16 None 5.0% 32 0.5% $10/period (min) 4.0% 39 None 5.75% 5.75% 26 None 27 states allow vendor discounts Source: Compiled by FTA from various sources. (1) In some states, the vendors' discount varies by the amount paid. In AL and SC, the larger discounts apply to the first $100. In GA, the larger discount applies to the first $3,000. In KY, the larger discounts apply to the first $1,000, while MD applies the larger discount to annual collections of $6,000. The lower discounts apply to the remaining collections above these amounts. (2) Utilities are not permitted to take discount. Collection allowances are 0.73% if total sales tax collected is less than $60,000; 0.53% if total taxes is between $60,000 and $600,000; 0.26% if total sales tax collected is more than $600,000. (3) Rate does not include a statewide local rate of 1.0% in VA and 1.25% in UT. (4) Local option sales tax discount varies from 0% to 3.33%. (5) Vendors are allowed to keep any excess collections prescribed under the bracket system. (6) Vendor discount only applies to the first 4.0% of the tax. A 0.75% discount if paid by the 7th of the month. (7) An additional discount of 1.25% applies for early payment. (8) Discount varies; 1.2% (1.6% for food) of the first $62,500, 0.92% (1.2%) of the amount to $208,000, and 0.6% (0.8%) of the remainder. Applies to the state tax only. No discount allowed on electronically file returns. (9) Sales tax rate in AZ is scheduled to fall to 5.6% on 6/1/13; KS will fall to 5.7% and NV will fall to 6.5% on 7/1/13. (10) Electronic Filers only. FEDERATION OF TAX ADMINISTRATORS -- JANUARY 2014

State Sales Tax Rates & Food/Drug Exemptions - Federation of Tax ...

STATE SALES TAX RATES AND FOOD & DRUG EXEMPTIONS (As of January 1, 2014) STATE ALABAMA ALASKA ARIZONA ARKANSAS CALIFORNIA (3) COLORADO CONNECTICUT DELAWARE FLORIDA GEORGIA HAWAII IDAHO ILLINOIS INDIANA IOWA KANSAS KENTUCKY LOUISIANA MAINE MARYLAND MASSACHUSETTS MICHIGAN MINNESOTA MISSISSIPPI MISSOURI MONTANA NEBRASKA NEVADA (5) NEW HAMPSHIRE NEW JERSEY NEW MEXICO NEW YORK NORTH CAROLINA NORTH DAKOTA OHIO OKLAHOMA OREGON PENNSYLVANIA RHODE ISLAND SOUTH CAROLINA SOUTH DAKOTA TENNESSEE TEXAS UTAH VERMONT VIRGINIA WASHINGTON WEST VIRGINIA WISCONSIN WYOMING DIST. OF COLUMBIA Tax Rate (percentage) 4 none 5.6 6.5 7.5 2.9 6.35 none 6 4 4 6 6.25 7 6 6.15 6 4 5.5 6 6.25 6 6.875 7 4.225 none 5.5 6.85 (5) none 7 5.125 4 4.75 5 5.75 4.5 none 6 7 6 4 7 6.25 5.95 (4) 6 5.3 (2) 6.5 6 5 4 5.75 Food (1) EXEMPTIONS Prescription Drugs * * 1.5% (4) * * * * * * * * * * (4) * * * * 1% * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Nonprescription Drugs 1% * * * * (4) * * * * * 1.225% * * * 1% * * * * * * (4) * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 5.0% * 1.75% (4) * 2.5% (2) * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * -- indicates exempt from tax, blank indicates subject to general sales tax rate. Source: Compiled by FTA from various sources. (1) Some state tax food, but allow a rebate or income tax credit to compensate poor households. They are: HI, ID, KS, OK, and SD. (2) Includes statewide 1.0% tax levied by local governments in Virginia. (3) Tax rate may be adjusted annually according to a formula based on balances in the unappropriated general fund and the school foundation fund. (4) Food sales subject to local taxes. Includes a statewide 1.25% tax levied by local governments in Utah. (5) Nevada sales tax rate scheduled to decrease to 6.5% on July 1, 2015. FEDERATION OF TAX ADMINISTRATORS -- JANUARY 2014

Homestead-Foods Sales Tax Credit - Kansas Department of Revenue

A FOOD SALES TAX CREDIT FOR TAX YEAR 2013 HOMESTEAD PROPERTY TAX REFUND A property tax refund for eligible homeowners. To Qualify As a Kansas resident for all of 2013, you are eligible for a refund of up to $700 if your total “household income” is $32,900 or less, AND you: ❏ were born before January 1, 1958; OR ❏ were totally and permanently disabled or blind for the entire year of 2013; OR ❏ have a dependent child who lived with you the entire year that was born before January 1, 2013, and was under the age of 18 all of 2013; OR ❏ are a disabled veteran (50% or more disability), or the surviving spouse of a disabled veteran who has not remarried, or the surviving spouse of an active duty military personnel who died in the line of duty and not remarried. "Household income" is generally all-taxable and non­ taxable income received by all members of the household. “SAFE SENIOR” PROPERTY TAX REFUND A property tax refund for eligible homeowners. To Qualify As a Kansas resident for all of 2013, you are eligible for a refund of 75% of your property taxes paid if your total “household income” including social security is $18,600 or less, AND you: ❏ were 65 years or older all of 2013; AND ❏ did not have any delinquent property taxes in 2013. NOTE: You may claim either a Safe Senior property tax refund or a Homestead refund (not both). ? How can I use my expected homestead or safe senior refund to help pay up to the first half of my property tax? Homeowners who received a Homestead or Safe Senior refund last year and do not have any outstanding balances with the Kansas Department of Revenue and who checked the Advancement Box on their 2012 Homestead or Safe Senior return are eligible for an advancement. The advancement information was sent electronically to the County Treasurer’s office and may appear on your 2013 property tax statement. NOTE: A Homestead Refund Claim (Form K-40H) or a Safe Senior Refund Claim (Form K-40PT) must be filed between January 1 and April 15, 2014. NEW FOOD SALES TAX CREDIT An income tax credit applied toward your Kansas tax liability for sales tax paid on food purchases. (Non-refundable and no carryforward) CR-20...

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Having your own authority provides more opportunities and the freedom to run your own business. Simply fill out the form and we’ll file all the appropriate paperwork and make sure you are in compliance with the FMCSA and your state agencies. We can also provide factoring and file your IFTA quarterly taxes, which keeps your mind free to focus on success…….success that is in your reach!

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Subaru of America, Inc. MSRP including. Model. Trans-. Emissions. Applicable ... 2014 FORESTER OPTION PACKAGES (OP) (1). 2014 FORESTER MODELS(1). RETAIL Subaru of America, Inc. 2014 FORESTER MODELS (1) Transmission Emissions Spec Code* Applicable Options MSRP (1)(2) MSRP including $825 Dest & Del'y (3) 2.5i - PZEV 6MT U5 01 $21,995 $22,820 2.5i - PZEV CVT U5 01 $22,995 $23,820 2.5i Premium - PZEV 6MT U5 02 $23,495 $24,320 EFF 2.5i Premium - PZEV CVT U5 01, 02, 12 $24,995 $25,820 EFI 2.5i Limited - PZEV CVT U5 01, 10 $27,995 $28,820 EFJ 2.5i Touring - PZEV CVT U5 01, 30 $29,995 $30,820 EFM 2.0XT Premium CVT U4 01 $27,995 $28,820 EFN 2.0XT Touring CVT U4 01, 30 $32,995 $33,820 Model Code Model / Trim EFA EFB EFE(a) a) EFE has standard All Weather Package (AWP), which is included in listed prices. EFE-01, without AWP, is not available. EFE does not have a moonroof. 2014 FORESTER OPTION PACKAGES (OP) (1) OP Code Description MSRP (1)(2) 01 Standard Model N/A 02 All-Weather Package 10 Navigation System $1,100 12 All-Weather Package + Navigation System $1,600 30 Keyless Access & Start + EyeSight System + HID $2,400 $500 *EMISSIONS SPECIFICATION CODES *U4 = Certified in all 50 states, 3.0L, 6-Cylinder and Turbo models *U5 = PZEV (Partial Zero Emissions Vehicle) (1) Prices, specifications, options/features and models subject to change without notice. (2) Retail prices shown are suggested only and do not include licenses and state or local taxes. (3) Destination & Delivery of $825 includes handling & inland freight charges to the dealer's location, and may vary in the following states: CT, HI, MA, ME, NH, NJ, NY, RI, and VT. Destination & Delivery to dealers in Alaska is $975.

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