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Conventional wisdom says that when you get married you will save lots of money but in some cases that is not true in this video we are gonna be talking about the marriage tax penalty and how because of the way the tax code is structured married people can actually end up paying more in taxes I'm Joseph and this is Tasha from one big happy today we are talking about just federal taxes and the marriage penalty there people pay taxes in a lot of different ways state taxes local taxes real estate sales tax sometimes their taxes built into things you find you don't even know your bank but today just federal taxes because that's usually the biggest one or at least one of the biggest ones all right so let's talk about how federal income taxes work federal income taxes are a what's known as a progressive tax that means the more money you make the more money you end up paying in taxes in theory we have marginal tax rates that means that a certain bracket of money say from zero to ten thousand dollars you get taxed at say ten percent and then any dollar you make above ten thousand is taxed at a higher rate so from $10,001 all the way up to say twenty thousand dollars you might get taxed at 15% lots of people think that if you make more money that you'll you'll definitely pay more in taxes on on everything because you'll hit a higher tax bracket well it's just on that additional dollar so it's bracket by bracket and don't get confused that if you get into a higher tax bracket oh you're gonna owe way way more money no it's just on that additional dollar into that bracket this is a breakdown of the current tax and the different options for filing now there is one more married filing separately but that's exactly half the married rates we didn't include that here so what this chart shows you if you look across you'll see let's look at the 25% tax bracket you get into that tax bracket at 37,000 if you're single 50,000 for a head of household and 75,000 for married so what that generally looks like is that you can make more money without being taxed at 25 percent if you're married or head of head of household versus being single but now let's look at how the married tax brackets compared to a single + single filer so two single people filing separately but living together or a head of household plus a single person filing so basically what these are are two unmarried couples what their taxes would look like and their tax burden would look like compared to a married couple this is the married bracket it's exactly what we showed you in the chart before for a married couple this is the single plus single tax bracket so exactly two times.

FAQ

How do you file an election 83(b) form/statement to the IRS for a foreign founder that has no SSN? Do we have to somehow register these founders with the IRS before they are granted restricted stock?
Okay, I'm going to answer my own question here now that I know the answer.First of all, foreigners technically don't need to file an 83(b) since they are not liable for US taxes. If there is no chance that those foreign founders will ever live in the US during the vesting period, you can safely forego the 83(b)However, you should file the 83(b) anyways by putting "Applied for" in the field where the 83(b) election asks for the SSN/Taxpayer Identification Number. Technically, you don't even need to apply for an SSN/TIN until the founder actually needs it (i.e. they move to the US to work for the startup there). All you need to defend the 83(b) election in the case a founder becomes subject to US taxes is the stamped/notarized 83(b) election back from the IRS. You can just hold on to that in case you ever need it and whenever you do happen to file for an SSN/TIN, you simply include it with your SSN/TIN filing. So, in summary, you should:1) File the 83(b) election for everyone within 30-days of the equity/options grant, always, placing "applied for" in the space where you'd normally put the SSN/TIN2) Hold onto the IRS stamped/notarized 83(b) election form that you get back from the IRS. 3) If the founder ever does apply for a US SSN/TIN during the vesting period, include the stamped/notarized 83(b) election among all the paperwork being submitted.Disclaimer: I'm not an attorney, but I got this advice directly from one of Silicon Valley startup lawyers that was very highly upvoted here: Who are some of the best startup lawyers in Silicon Valley?
How can I deduct on my Federal income taxes massage therapy for my chronic migraines? Is there some form to fill out to the IRS for permission?
As long as your doctor prescribed this, it is tax deductible under the category for medical expenses. There is no IRS form for permission.
How can I find out how much I owe the IRS?
You can contact the IRS to request transcripts of your tax returns.  Each year is reported separately, so you will need to request transcripts from as far back as you believe you might owe.  Due to internet fraud concerns, you are not able to download your transcripts online. You can call the IRS - 800-829-1040 to request transcripts, which might be the best solution. The agent you speak with can look at all years and let you know which ones still have a liability. A Record of Account may prmore information than the transcript. It will show payments and credits made to the tax year, as well as interest and penalties that have accrued. You can request that when you call the IRS. You can also request the transcripts by mail.  From this link Get Transcript you can enter your information and the transcripts will be mailed to you.
Why does the IRS not allow accountants to help business owners fill out tax forms? When the IRS isn't available to answer clarification questions, why can't I ask my accountant for clarification instead? What's the reasoning behind this IRS rule?
What? The IRS doesn’t allow CPAs to fill in tax returns for their clients? Where have I been? The IRS allows CPAs to help their clients in any respect necessary. The only thing is , if they materially contribute to the preparation of the return, the IRS wants the CPA to sign the return as a preparer. I get that, it makes sense. If I help you do a tax return, essentially I am a “shadow preparer” and the IRS wants me to sign on the return, to be sure I gave you proper and lawful advice.What I think you are relating is a common issue. A client comes in and asks a bunch of questions about how to complete a return. The CPA gives them all sorts of advice, but the client wants to do it themselves. Now the CPA is in an ethical quandary. The IRS demands that the CPA sign on the return, because they have materially participated in the preparation. The client is going to prepare the return, and so the CPA has lost control of what’s actually in the return, yet is going to have to sign it. Most CPAs simply won’t do that. They are going to demand to prepare the return, because their name ( and their professional status) is on the line. That’s what I do. If a client wants to ask me theoretical questions, fine, but if they are asking a bunch of questions about the preparation of their specific return, then I basically say that the IRS demands I sign the return, and there are so many moving parts in a tax return that I really have to prepare it, or charge them for reviewing it, which will probably cost as much or more.You can ( and should) ask your accountant for clarification on tax issues, that’s what we’re here for. But really, why are you so insistent on preparing your own return? It’s kind of like doing your own appendectomy. You probably could, but isn’t it better to have a professional fiddle with those things? I mean, is this really a special interest of yours, a hobby?In my experience, most clients who are convinced they should do their own returns are deluded by the myth that they can understand the tax law without spending hundreds of hours studying it, or they are afraid of paying for expert assistance. In either case, they are penny wise and pound foolish. If your time is only worth the minimum wage, if you are to keep up to date with the tax law, you have already spent time that’s way in excess of what a return professionally prepared will cost. Additionally, you’ve missed out having the return reviewed by someone who sees hundreds of returns, and knows when things stick out like sore audit flags. And, very importantly, you are flying solo without someone to back up and support the work they did.
Where or how are the payments to IRS accounted for?
There are three regional collections centers across the U.S. for collecting payments, although any local IRS office can accept a payment. Payments can always be made by check, and often by direct debit to your bank account or even by credit card. The most important thing to be sure of when making a payment is that your social security number is associated with the payment. Social security number is more important than your name. That is how IRS keeps track of everyone. Next make sure the form number and the tax year related to the payment are indicated. If paying by check, all the above information should be written on the check. Usually there is a form or notice from IRS to include with the payment. If not, a letter of explanation should be attached. If your name, social security number, tax form the payment is for, and the tax year are indicated, IRS seldom makes mistakes in posting the payment. If your social security number is included, it is very rare for the payment to get posted to someone else’s account. If mistakes ARE made, they are usually very hard to correct.
How would you programmatically parse a sentence and decide whether to answer with "that's what she said"? Outline an algorithm that, given a sentence, returns true or false for whether the statement is appropriate.
I spent a few hours building my own TWSS classifier a couple weekends ago, so I'll describe my experience/flesh out some of the other suggestions.Training dataI briefly looked at using Twitter as a corpus, as User-13743967034596023228's excellent answer also mentions, but decided that it was too noisy (most TWSS tweets aren't that funny, it's hard to tell what phrase the TWSS is in response to, and not all tweets containing "TWSS" are even TWSS jokes). Instead, taking a (modified) cue from the Kiddon and Brun paper, I used 1000 sentences from twssstories.com for positive training data, and 500 sentences from each of textsfromlastnight.com and fmylife.com for negative training data. I also normalized all the sentences by removing punctuation and converting to lowercase.Naive BayesNext, I trained a unigram Naive Bayes classifier (with add-one smoothing). I also tried a bigram classifier, but the unigram classifier performed better with the data I had, here's a precision-recall curve comparing the two:To get a better idea of what's going on, here are some of the most predictive features under each:unigram          p(twss|unigram)pull            0.9724889822144924bigger          0.9614677503890157wet             0.959004244327654hard            0.9527628206878138stick           0.9505783678914388hole            0.9443870318715991oh              0.9432941279908561replied         0.943294127990856fast            0.943294127990856longer          0.9397415371025485bigram          p(twss|bigram)it in           0.9801434151851175START wow       0.9705079286853889START oh        0.9473580156961879its too         0.9350522640444204pull out        0.9187779331523677too big         0.9187779331523677START man       0.9113755525471394hard END        0.9113755525471394put it          0.9071442285463515that thing      0.9024886021363793stick it        0.9024886021363793my god          0.9024886021363793go in           0.8916207044791409START ugh       0.8916207044791409make it         0.8916207044791409its so          0.8916207044791409(So yeah, next time someone starts a sentence with "ugh", or says "it's so...", get ready.)Under a particular choice of parameters (a TWSS classification threshold of 0.99, when using equal prior probabilities of 0.5 for TWSS and not TWSS), the unigram classifier gives 0.97 precision and 0.82 recall (823 true positives, 177 false negatives, 974 true negatives, 26 false positives) on an out-of-sample test set consisting of equal amounts of positive and negative examples. [This is roughly the same performance as the bvandenbos classifier that Charlie Cheever linked to: mine performs slightly better on my test set, his performs slightly better on his test set. (Unsurprising, given that we're both using Naive Bayes.)]I also briefly tried using logistic regression and decision trees, but the unigram classifier easily beat them both. (YMMV with more data or better tuning, though.)Faerie TailIn order to see how well the classifier generalizes to a different source of data, I ran the algorithm on some fairy tales I pulled from Project Gutenberg. Here are some of the sentences it TWSSed:“The African magician carries it carefully wrapt up in his bosom,” said the princess, “and this I can assure you, because he pulled it out before me, and showed it to me in triumph.” (Aladdin)It is vanished, but I had no concern in its removal. (Aladdin)“My son,” said he, “what a man you are to do such surprising things always in the twinkling of an eye?” (Aladdin)“Sire,” replied Aladdin, “I have not the least reason to complain of your conduct, since you did nothing but what your duty required.”One was too long, another too short, so she tried them all till she came to the seventh, and that was so comfortable that she laid herself down, and was soon fast asleep. (Snow White)“Oh yes, I will try,” said Snow-white.Finally, I threw up a demo on Heroku (http://twss-classifier.heroku.com/) in order to better play around with the classifier. (Note: the demo optimizes for precision over recall.)
What are some jobs that are related to economics, finance, computer science or IR which have great potential in the future?
‘Jobs with great potential for the future ‘…..hmmm ….do you mean which education or skills that equip you for a fulfilling career or what are the jobs that'll exist in the future or where is there good earning potential?Future of work research tells us that the three stage life over . The three phases are education , employment , retirement . The future of work is more likely to be multiple phases where we work at something transition via return to education or reskilling to work at something different. We may have 5 different careers or career stages or maybe more .we will work into our seventies or eighties as we are unlikely to be able to accumulate sufficient pensions to fund a full retirement phases . It is likely that many people will be self employed portfolio workers working a diverse range of assignments . When you couple that with the prediction that we do not know the names of 60% of the jobs people will do in 20 years time and you can see that predicting ‘high potential jobs is tricky . Get yourself a good foundational education and expect to do at least one postgraduate qualification. Yes computer science will be negotiable as a foundational degree however the work isn't for everyone . Get some career counselling including a profile of your aptitudes. It's much easier to excel at something you are good at . Yes we are entering an age where the rise of machines will affect how we live and work . Some of the skills we will need are collaboration , communication including visual communication , social skills , improvisation, rapid assimilation of information and knowledge pools and more . There will be lots of work in healthcare and health technologies as the population ages . Finance is entering a disruption phase with block chain futures.There a re a myriad of opportunities for someone starting out now .Get a good degree in a good university or college,in an area you have an aptitude for , open mind and find your path
What are the chances that the IRS will penalize me for failing to send out 1099s?
The last date of filing 1099s was 31st January 2021. Looking at the current updates and process automation, I believe IRS has more control over tracking the irregularities. And this leads to high changes of getting penalized.For details on penalty by IRS for non-filing of 1099-Misc please visit the following IRS link:Increase in Information Return PenaltiesThanks and RegardsAnu Sahu - Enrolled AgentProdigy Taxes
What is wrong with the hiring process and how could it be fixed? Endless forms have to be filled out, nothing is unified, and GitHub, StackOverflow (for developers) or Dribbble (for designers) are not taken into consideration.
Finding the right job candidates is one of the biggest recruiting challenges. Recruiters and other HR professionals that don’t use best recruiting strategies are often unable to find high-quality job applicants. With all the changes and advances in HR technologies, new recruiting and hiring solutions have emerged. Many recruiters are now implementing these new solutions to become more effective and productive in their jobs.According to Recruitment strategies report 2021 done by GetApp, the biggest recruiting challenge in 2021 was the shortage of skilled candidates.The process of finding job candidates has changed significantly since few years ago. Back then, it was enough to post a job on job boards and wait for candidates to apply. Also called “post and pray” strategy.Today, it is more about building a strong Employer Branding strategy that attracts high quality applicants for hard-to-fill roles.Steps for finding the right job candidates1. Define your ideal candidate a.k.a candidate personaNot knowing who your ideal candidate is, will make finding one impossible. To be able to attract and hire them, you need to know their characteristics, motivations, skills and preferences.Defining a candidate persona requires planning and evaluation. The best way is to start from your current talent star employees. Learn more about their personalities, preferences, motivations and characteristics. Use these findings to find similar people for your current and future job openings.2. Engage your current employeesYou probably already know that your current employees are your best brand ambassadors. Same as current product users are best ambassadors for product brands. Their word of mouth means more than anyone else’s.Encourage their engagement and let them communicate their positive experiences to the outside. Remember, your employees are your best ambassadors, and people trust people more than brands, CEOs and other C-level executives.Involving your current employees can not only help you build a strong Employer Branding strategy, but it can also help your employees feel more engaged and satisfied with their jobs.3. Write a clear job descriptionsEven though many recruiters underethis step, it is extremely important to do it right? Writing a clear and detailed job description plays a huge role in finding and attracting candidates with a good fit. Don’t only list duties, responsibilities and requirements, but talk about your company’s culture and Employee Value Proposition.To save time, here are our free job description templates.4. Streamline your efforts with a Recruitment Marketing toolIf you have right tools, finding the right job candidates is much easier and faster than without them. Solutions offered by recruitment marketing software are various, and with them you can build innovative recruiting strategies such as Inbound Recruiting and Candidate Relationship Management to improve Candidate Experience and encourage Candidate Engagement.Sending useful, timely and relevant information to the candidates from your talent pool is a great way for strengthening your Employer Brand and communicating your Employee Value Proposition.5. Optimize your career site to invite visitors to applyWhen candidates want to learn about you, they go to your career site. Don-t loose this opportunity to impress them. Create content and look that reflects your company’s culture, mission and vision. Tell visitors about other employees success and career stories.You can start by adding employee testimonials, fun videos, introduce your team, and write about cool project that your company is working on.Don’t let visitors leave before hitting “Apply Now” button.6. Use a recruiting software with a powerful sourcing toolToday, there are powerful sourcing tools that find and extract candidates profiles. They also add them directly to your talent pool. Manual search takes a lot of time and effort, and is often very inefficient. With a powerful sourcing tool, you can make this process much faster, easier and more productive. These tools help you find candidates that match both the position and company culture.7. Use an Applicant Tracking SystemSolutions offered by applicant tracking systems are various, but their main purpose is to fasten and streamline the selections and hiring processes. By fastening the hiring and selection process, you can significantly improve Candidate Experience. With this, you can increase your application and hire rate for hard-to-fill roles. Did you know that top talent stays available on the market for only 10 days?8. Implement and use employee referral programsReferrals are proven to be best employees? Referrals can improve your time, cost and quality of hire, and make your hiring strategy much more productive. Yet, many companies still don’t have developed strategies for employee referrals.This is another great way to use your current employee to help you find the best people. To start, use these referral email templates for recruiters, and start engaging your employees today?GetApp‘s survey has proven that employee referrals take shortest to hire, and bring the highest quality job applicants.If you don’t have ideas about how to reward good referrals, here’s our favorite list of ideas for employee referral rewards.