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Sec 179 GVWR

Can a vehicle be exactly 6,000 lbs. and still qualify for the $25,000 deduction?

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had a question, how do you get your qualifications box over to the top right of the screen without editing the HTML code? thanks.

Hi Sunny

Sunny, I reposted to your question. TO ANSWER YOUR BIGGER QUESTION: Why did I review the prior year return anyway if my engagement letter says I can rely on TP info. It's just my personal practice to do this, I could choose to remain ignorant unless the TP has some highly suspicious or non-sensical numbers; on business returns, it's usually a necessity to review old returns of a new client simply because you will have to pick up so many things from those returns. BOTTOM LINE: You don't necessarily have to go looking for trouble, but once you find it a) if it's on an old return you did not prepare, inform of error or ommission, and tell TP of consequences of failure to amend or correct, b) if it's a return you are doing, and you DO discover malfeasance or suspect malfeasance, try to get client to let you prepare return correctly, and if he won't, tell him to walk. Again, this is how I interpret the law, and others may disagree with me. Good luck! ~~

Oh sorry my name on prior post here

CrowJD 23:30, 9 September 2007 (CDT)

Yesterday's question

Hi, Sunny -

Sorry about relegating the question TP8 asked - apparently on your behalf, seeing as how you've reposted a version of it under your own ID today - to the Consumer Forum last night. At the point I moved it, I hadn't yet read that old thread where you explained that TP8 is your spouse. As I mentioned on TP8's user talk page, if you'll update that user page to indicate working with a tax pro, even without specifically linking to the Sunny ID, then those questions won't be moved in the future.

For this instance, though, you've probably done the best thing by asking under this ID. And since you've changed the question a bit, presumably to incorporate the info Riley provided last night, I'll leave the other question where it is, rather than deleting it as a duplicate.

Thanks and sorry for the confusion.

Trillium 17:08, 22 February 2009 (CST)

Moving your Lacerte E-organizer discussion over to the Practice Mgt forum

Hi, Sunny -

Now that it's been about a week since anyone responded to your question, I'll be moving your discussion over to the Business Growth/Practice Management forum, rather than keeping it in the tax forum, since it's more aligned with the purposes of that forum (as opposed to a technical tax issue). You may find that more people will respond once the discussion is over in the other forum, as there is a slightly different group of users that reads that forum. Plenty of overlap, to be sure, but you might reach a wider or more receptive audience there. Plus your discussion will still be on page one of that forum, so people who are just scanning for what's new would still come across it.

Also, these discussions are fairly old but still might have some info that's useful to you, if you haven't already read them:

Please let me know if you have any questions about the move.

Trillium 19:56, 20 September 2009 (CDT)

Sunny, I believe that your account has been spoofed.

Please email me, Trillium, or TimDoyle. Thank you. Kevinh5 22:08, 20 December 2011 (UTC)

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