Milton G. Boothe

Milton G Boothe is a federally-authorized tax practitioner who has technical expertise in the field of taxation and who is empowered by the U.S. Department of the Treasury to represent taxpayers before all administrative levels of the IRS. 

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The Form 1040 Tax Return: Claiming Your Adjustments, Exemptions, Deductions and Credits.
2 years ago
The apparent complexity of tax laws is probably one of the main reasons why people, in general, might be turned off from trying to educate themselves concerning basic tax matters that would enable the...
Why the Section 1031 Exchange Might be a Hidden Gold Mine for Real Estate Investors
2 years ago
As the economy continues to show signs of improvement, with the stock market breaking all sorts of records and unemployment falling steadily, it is only reasonable to expect, all thing being equal, th...
When Filing Joint Tax Returns Might Not be the Best Option for Married Folks
2 years ago
Under tax law, married taxpayers are required to file their taxes using one two filing statuses: Married Filing Jointly (MFJ) or Married Filing Separately (MFS). People are considered married for tax ...
Do You Know That Under Tax Law You Can Still Be Legally Married But “Considered Unmarried” When Filing Your Taxes?
2 years ago
The general rule for married folks filing their tax returns is that they can ONLY use file as Married Filing Jointly (MFJ) or Married Filing Separately (MFS). Most married folks will typically choose ...
Now You Can Smile – Your 1040 Tax Return Isn’t as Complex as You Were Led to Believe
2 years ago
Preparing your taxes yourself is really not as daunting a task as many people might perceive it to be. As a matter of fact, doing your own taxes can be fun. At first glance, the Form 1040 tax return i...
Don’t Be TRICKED into Believing That You Must Use Tax Professionals to Submit an Offer in Compromise to the IRS
2 years ago
There are a lot of organizations out there that amass huge profits by making big bucks off people who are already heavily indebted to the IRS for unpaid taxes. These organizations make all sorts of gl...