Profile cover photo
Profile photo
David Beliveau
44 followers -
Waltham, Massachusets Attorneys.
Waltham, Massachusets Attorneys.

44 followers
About
David's posts

Post has attachment
Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers (ITINs) are nine-digit numbers issued by the IRS so certain taxpayers who do not have a social security number can file a tax return. According to the IRS, approximately 11 million people have received an ITIN.…

Post has attachment
If you’re over 70½ and are required to take distributions from your IRA or other retirement account, remember that you must take your 2016 required minimum distribution by December 31. Due to year-end holidays and transfer time constraints, getting the…

Post has attachment
Disasters, natural or otherwise, could ultimately lead to your company’s demise. Fortunately, advance planning can keep you on track. Here are seven scenarios to be prepared for.

Post has attachment
Beginning this month, you can sign up for a new 2017 health insurance policy on the health insurance Marketplace. You can also change or renew the policy you purchased during the last enrollment period. Even if your current policy has an automatic renewal…

Post has attachment
An important part of our service to you is to help identify actions you can take before year-end to minimize your personal 2016 federal income tax bill. Accelerating or delaying income and deductions, contributing to retirement plans, and taking…

Post has attachment
A growing number of families want to live in a home along with elderly parents or “boomerang” grown children – but they may run into problems with the local zoning board. Some 18% of Americans now live in a home with more than one adult generation, and…

Post has attachment
Congress has extended a number of tax credits for homeowners who make energy-efficient improvements to their home, as long as the equipment they install is certified by the manufacturer as qualifying for the programs. The credits fall into two categories:…

Post has attachment
Did you know that if you buy real estate in the U.S. from a foreign owner, you may have to withhold a big chunk of the sale price and send it to the IRS? This is required by a law called FIRPTA (the Foreign Investment in Real Property Tax Act), which is…

Post has attachment
Some 33,000 homeowners across the country will be eligible to have the amount of their mortgage principal reduced under a plan recently unveiled by the Federal Housing Finance Agency. This is a different plan from the government’s better-known HAMP and…

Post has attachment
Benigno Herrera, a 70-year-old man in Austin, Texas, was turned down when he tried to rent an apartment recently. The reason? He had a drunk driving conviction on his record – from 36 years ago. Cases like Herrera’s are coming up much more frequently, and…
Wait while more posts are being loaded