Julian Block is a nationally recognized attorney who has been singled out as: a “leading tax professional” (New York Times); “an accomplished writer on taxes” (Wall Street Journal); and “an authority on tax planning” (Financial Planning Magazine). He is frequently quoted by such publications as Money, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post.
Luckily for taxpayers everywhere, he’s written a series of plain English tax guides and they’re all available in Kindle format! Block releases updated editions of his tax guides when there are significant changes in tax law or regulations, so you can rest assured the information in all of his most recent guides is up to date.
Julian Block’s Tax Tips for Marriage and Divorce” shows everyone—whether single, married, living together, separated or divorced—how to save many thousands of dollars for this year and even get a head start for future years. The book offers straightforward advice for all stages of relationships. It explains why advancing or postponing the date of a marriage or divorce—by merely a single day at year’s end—can cost or save big bucks.
Married couples need to know whether to file jointly or separately. Splitting couples will find answers to questions on topics like who gets to claim dependency exemptions for children and who is stuck with taxes on sales of homes and other kinds of property.
Most freelancers, consultants and other self-employed individuals lose more than necessary to taxes. But not the freelancers who know how to make continually changing tax laws work for them.
Julian Block’s Easy Tax Guide for Writers, Photographers, and Other Freelancers is an indispensable reference that offers clear, concise and immediately useful advice on how to sidestep pitfalls and take maximum advantage of frequently missed, perfectly legal opportunities that can save many thousands of dollars.
Do you travel for business reasons—say, to see clients or customers or to attend conferences? Moving because of a job change? Travel to obtain medical care from doctors and hospitals or perform volunteer services on behalf of charitable organizations like religious institutions and schools? When Form 1040 time rolls around, lots of perfectly legal travel write-offs are available—but only for those who are aware of them and how to cash in on them.
“Julian Block’s Tax Tips for Travel and Moving Expenses” is an indispensable reference that offers clear, concise, uncomplicated and immediately useful advice on how to get the biggest deductions possible, without running afoul of the Internal Revenue Service.
Recent law changes significantly revised the way taxes are figured on profits from home sales. But many homeowners, even if they own multimillion-dollar dwellings, misunderstand those changes or, even worse, are totally unaware of them. In this situation, ignorance isn’t bliss; it could be disastrous.
As is true of nearly all overhauls of the tax code, they help some and hurt others. Taxes are trimmed for most sellers, but drastically raised for lots of sellers in expensive housing markets.
Julian Block’s Home Seller’s Guide to Tax Savings is an indispensable reference that offers clear, concise, uncomplicated and immediately useful advice on how to sidestep pitfalls and take maximum advantage of frequently missed, perfectly legal opportunities that can save many thousands of dollars.