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Hello Shirley - welcome to TaxAlmanac! My name is Tim Doyle and I serve here in the role of TaxAlmanac Moderator. If you haven't done so already, you might want to review our Quick Start Guide to help you get oriented.

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- Tim Doyle, TaxAlmanac Moderator 11:12, 18 March 2006 (CST)

TIC

I dunno, Shirley...waiting on MTM myself. Tried to figure it out, but coming up with nothing... Jeff

TIC

Shirley,

A TIC is a Tenants in Common property. Where the client owns an undivided interest in a piece of real estate, commercial, rental, etc...

TICs can still defer the gain and your client is still involved in Real Estate.

You can do a search on the WEB and probably find more than enough info.

Make sure the client does the due diligence necessary to determine if this is right for them.

Lacerte users in the Denver area

I am looking for Lacerte users in the Denver area. Please email me at gregg.gillaspy@gmail if you use Lacerte. Thanks!

Gregg Gillaspy, CPA, CFP Broomfield, CO

New business prospecting

Shirley, Saw your post almost a year ago regarding establishing your practice in the first year, and specifically prospecting new businesses. Are you still at it? If so, let me know. I started at the same time you did. New business licensees make up about 60% of my write up client base. Maybe we can help each other out. jflauaus@yahoo.com

Attitude on the Responses

Shirley:

Thank you for bringing this to my attention. I agree - we're here to help one another, and I think we should all be civil to one another. Can you give me some examples of what you're referring to? I'm here to help, but I need to know what's happening. If you'd like to discuss via telephone, feel free to send your contact information to taxalmanac@intuit.com and I'll be happy to call you.

- Tim Doyle, TaxAlmanac Moderator - Talk to me 14:38, 27 September 2007 (CDT)

Filling out a W-2 and Sole Proprietor

Yes, I have filled out a W-2 using my EIN (attached to Sole Proprietership) number vs. Social Security Number. This perfectly legal according to the IRS. In addition, when filing I did pay myself through my business account and claimed this information on my tax return. This allowed me to claim tax deductions for business related expenses.

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