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Cort Arlint ranked top CPA in Nevada

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Cort Arlint CPA Las Vegas NVAmerica Top Ten has ranked Cort Arlint as one of the top ten CPA’s in Nevada.

http://americatop10.com/nevada/top10/certified-public-accountants

He is a licensed CPA in the state of Nevada and is the President/Founder of the certified public accounting firm Arlint CPA as well. In addition, has also recently published a book entitled “Towards a Working Model for Rulemaking Analysis; a unique approach analyzing Sarbanes-Oxley’s effectiveness.  Cort ...

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Arlint CPA Las Vegas NV

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Cort Arint a certified public accountant talks about CPA’s and what they do. He also addresses how to pick the right CPA for your tax, accounting or audit needs.

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Arlint CPA Henderson NV

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Cort Arlint, Esq., CPA MBA talks about his firm Arlint CPA. A certified public accounting firm in Henderson Nevada. For more information check out the website at www.arlintcpa.com.

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Las Vegas Sun highlights Cort Arlint’s speech

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Las Vegas Sun highlights Cort Arlint’s speech

Original Picture by STEVE MARCUS- Las Vegas Sun

Cort Arlint, an attorney and accountant, gives an impromptu presentation as he fills in for another speaker during a meeting of the Vegas Young Professionals Toastmasters club in the Emergency Arts building downtown Monday, May 14, 2012. Toastmasters is an organization of clubs that encourage members to improve their public speaking and leadership skills.

http://www.lasvegassun.com/photos/2012/may/19/416007/

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Information on S-Corporations in Nevada

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Tax attorney Cort Arlint discusses the basics of an S-Corporation: 1) what an S-Corporation is 2) How to form an S-Corporation and 3) the advantages of an S-Corporation. If you would like more information you can call Cort at 702-216-1010 to set up an appointment at his Las Vegas office.

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How to Avoid an IRS Audit

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Cort Arlint, Esq., CPA, MBA talks about some of the strategies you can use to avoid and IRS audit.

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What’s the difference between enrolled agents, CPAs and tax attorneys

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Information from Cort Arlint about the different types of tax professionals and why you would chose one over another.

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Residential Energy Tax Credits

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Residential Energy Tax Credits

You can weatherize your home this winter and receive a tax credit.  The Residential Energy Property Credit (Section 1121) was set to expire at the end of 2010, but was extended for one year by the Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2010. The credit is available for property placed in service in 2011, but with new rules and limitations.

Nonbusiness Energy Property Credit

This credit equals 30 percent of what a homeowner spends on eligible energy-saving improvements, up to a ...

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Tax Issues: Canadians Owning Rental Property in the U.S.

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Tax Issues: Canadians Owning Rental Property in the U.S.

 

Tax Issues:  Canadians Owning Rental Property in the U.S.

November 14, 2011

1.0 Summary.  As a Canadian owning rental property in Nevada you will have to file income taxes in the United States.  The type of return you file depends on the number of days you spend in the U.S. and your other connections to the U.S. compared to Canada.   Generally, the U.S. only taxes you on the source income from the rental and at the rates ...

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The tax records required in an IRS audit

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Rule of Thumb:  Keep all tax records for income and expenses for at least 3 years.

If you are selected for an audit the auditor will want to see the following documents:

  • Bills
  • Credit card and other receipts
  • Invoices
  • Mileage logs
  • Canceled, imaged or substitute checks or any other proof of payment
  • Any other records to support deductions or credits you claim on your return

You should normally keep records relating to property until at least three years after you sell or otherwise dispose of the property. Examples ...

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