Friends and Money: Debt or Relationship Recovery?
RecoverySoft / November 16, 2018

We've all heard it before. You should not mix business with friends or pleasure, but in most cases it's much easier to say than actually do. We usually enter into these agreements with the hope that the business will go to plan and the friendship will be stronger for it. After our best intentions, sometimes it does not always go to plan. So what happens when the project ends and the tax invoice have been issued, but months roll by without a payment. All of a sudden, you're in the unfortunate situation where you have to consistently, month after month, ask your friend for payment but they are now avoiding you. You want the money you're entitled to, but you want to salvage the friendship too so what do you do? Perhaps you should seek the services of a professional debt collector who can mediate the situation. This may seem a little rash to some, but remember money is what makes the world go round and by employing someone else to do your dirty work for you, you'll be able to concentrate on salvaging your relationship. In choosing a debt collector to pursue payment from your friend there are a…

Small Businesses Filing Amended Federal Tax Returns to Recover Money
RecoverySoft / November 15, 2018

Small Businesses Filing Amended Federal Tax Returns to Recover Money By Darren Oliver April 15th may be gone but, but certainly not forgotten – especially if you, like millions of small businesses, unknowingly overpaid your federal taxes and can recover money by filing an amended return. According to the IRS tax code, you have three years from the filing date for the tax year in question to file an amended return. For example, if returns for the 2003 tax year were filed on March 1, 2004, the taxpayer has until March 1, 2007 to file an amended return. This same rule also applies if the taxpayer feels they have made errors resulting in a balance. Most business owners either prepare their business taxes themselves or have a tax preparer or accountant do them. With either method, the tax liability can be calculated as higher than it actually is because of missed deductions, unrecognized changes in tax laws or just plain being given bad advice. There are a number of applicable deductions which many tax preparers often miss from home office deductions to self-employed health insurance to personal assets converted to business use. Although some deductions may seem minor, over an…

Friends and Money: Debt or Relationship Recovery?
RecoverySoft / November 14, 2018

We've all heard it before. You should not mix business with friends or pleasure, but in most cases it's much easier to say than actually do. We usually enter into these agreements with the hope that the business will go to plan and the friendship will be stronger for it. After our best intentions, sometimes it does not always go to plan. So what happens when the project ends and the tax invoice have been issued, but months roll by without a payment. All of a sudden, you're in the unfortunate situation where you have to consistently, month after month, ask your friend for payment but they are now avoiding you. You want the money you're entitled to, but you want to salvage the friendship too so what do you do? Perhaps you should seek the services of a professional debt collector who can mediate the situation. This may seem a little rash to some, but remember money is what makes the world go round and by employing someone else to do your dirty work for you, you'll be able to concentrate on salvaging your relationship. In choosing a debt collector to pursue payment from your friend there are a…

Friends and Money: Debt or Relationship Recovery?
RecoverySoft / November 14, 2018

We've all heard it before. You should not mix business with friends or pleasure, but in most cases it's much easier to say than actually do. We usually enter into these agreements with the hope that the business will go to plan and the friendship will be stronger for it. After our best intentions, sometimes it does not always go to plan. So what happens when the project ends and the tax invoice have been issued, but months roll by without a payment. All of a sudden, you're in the unfortunate situation where you have to consistently, month after month, ask your friend for payment but they are now avoiding you. You want the money you're entitled to, but you want to salvage the friendship too so what do you do? Perhaps you should seek the services of a professional debt collector who can mediate the situation. This may seem a little rash to some, but remember money is what makes the world go round and by employing someone else to do your dirty work for you, you'll be able to concentrate on salvaging your relationship. In choosing a debt collector to pursue payment from your friend there are a…

Small Businesses Filing Amended Federal Tax Returns to Recover Money
RecoverySoft / November 13, 2018

Small Businesses Filing Amended Federal Tax Returns to Recover Money By Darren Oliver April 15th may be gone but, but certainly not forgotten – especially if you, like millions of small businesses, unknowingly overpaid your federal taxes and can recover money by filing an amended return. According to the IRS tax code, you have three years from the filing date for the tax year in question to file an amended return. For example, if returns for the 2003 tax year were filed on March 1, 2004, the taxpayer has until March 1, 2007 to file an amended return. This same rule also applies if the taxpayer feels they have made errors resulting in a balance. Most business owners either prepare their business taxes themselves or have a tax preparer or accountant do them. With either method, the tax liability can be calculated as higher than it actually is because of missed deductions, unrecognized changes in tax laws or just plain being given bad advice. There are a number of applicable deductions which many tax preparers often miss from home office deductions to self-employed health insurance to personal assets converted to business use. Although some deductions may seem minor, over an…

Friends and Money: Debt or Relationship Recovery?
RecoverySoft / November 5, 2018

We've all heard it before. You should not mix business with friends or pleasure, but in most cases it's much easier to say than actually do. We usually enter into these agreements with the hope that the business will go to plan and the friendship will be stronger for it. After our best intentions, sometimes it does not always go to plan. So what happens when the project ends and the tax invoice have been issued, but months roll by without a payment. All of a sudden, you're in the unfortunate situation where you have to consistently, month after month, ask your friend for payment but they are now avoiding you. You want the money you're entitled to, but you want to salvage the friendship too so what do you do? Perhaps you should seek the services of a professional debt collector who can mediate the situation. This may seem a little rash to some, but remember money is what makes the world go round and by employing someone else to do your dirty work for you, you'll be able to concentrate on salvaging your relationship. In choosing a debt collector to pursue payment from your friend there are a…

Friends and Money: Debt or Relationship Recovery?
RecoverySoft / November 3, 2018

We've all heard it before. You should not mix business with friends or pleasure, but in most cases it's much easier to say than actually do. We usually enter into these agreements with the hope that the business will go to plan and the friendship will be stronger for it. After our best intentions, sometimes it does not always go to plan. So what happens when the project ends and the tax invoice have been issued, but months roll by without a payment. All of a sudden, you're in the unfortunate situation where you have to consistently, month after month, ask your friend for payment but they are now avoiding you. You want the money you're entitled to, but you want to salvage the friendship too so what do you do? Perhaps you should seek the services of a professional debt collector who can mediate the situation. This may seem a little rash to some, but remember money is what makes the world go round and by employing someone else to do your dirty work for you, you'll be able to concentrate on salvaging your relationship. In choosing a debt collector to pursue payment from your friend there are a…

Friends and Money: Debt or Relationship Recovery?
RecoverySoft / October 28, 2018

We've all heard it before. You should not mix business with friends or pleasure, but in most cases it's much easier to say than actually do. We usually enter into these agreements with the hope that the business will go to plan and the friendship will be stronger for it. After our best intentions, sometimes it does not always go to plan. So what happens when the project ends and the tax invoice have been issued, but months roll by without a payment. All of a sudden, you're in the unfortunate situation where you have to consistently, month after month, ask your friend for payment but they are now avoiding you. You want the money you're entitled to, but you want to salvage the friendship too so what do you do? Perhaps you should seek the services of a professional debt collector who can mediate the situation. This may seem a little rash to some, but remember money is what makes the world go round and by employing someone else to do your dirty work for you, you'll be able to concentrate on salvaging your relationship. In choosing a debt collector to pursue payment from your friend there are a…

Small Businesses Filing Amended Federal Tax Returns to Recover Money
RecoverySoft / October 23, 2018

Small Businesses Filing Amended Federal Tax Returns to Recover Money By Darren Oliver April 15th may be gone but but certainly not forgotten – especially if you, like millions of small businesses, unknowingly overpaid your federal taxes and can recover money by filing an amended return. According to the IRS tax code, you have three years from the filing date for the tax year in question to file an amended return. For example, if returns for the 2003 tax year were filed on March 1, 2004, the taxpayer has until March 1, 2007 to file an amended return. This same rule also applies if the taxpayer fees that they have made errors resulting in a balance. Most business owners either prepare their business taxes themselves or have a tax preparer or accountant do them. With either method, the tax liability can be calculated as higher than it actually is because of missed obligations, unrecognized changes in tax laws or just plain being given bad advice. There are a number of applicable deductions which many tax preparers often miss from home office deductions to self-employed health insurance to personal assets converted to business use. Although some deductions may seem minor, over…

Friends and Money: Debt or Relationship Recovery?
RecoverySoft / October 22, 2018

We've all heard it before. You should not mix business with friends or pleasure, but in most cases it's much easier to say than actually do. We usually enter into these agreements with the hope that the business will go to plan and the friendship will be stronger for it. After our best intentions, sometimes it does not always go to plan. So what happens when the project ends and the tax invoice have been issued, but months roll by without a payment. All of a sudden, you're in the unfortunate situation where you have to consistently, month after month, ask your friend for payment but they are now avoiding you. You want the money you're entitled to, but you want to salvage the friendship too so what do you do? Perhaps you should seek the services of a professional debt collector who can mediate the situation. This may seem a little rash to some, but remember money is what makes the world go round and by employing someone else to do your dirty work for you, you'll be able to concentrate on salvaging your relationship. In choosing a debt collector to pursue payment from your friend there are a…