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A taxpayer can claim one exemption for each qualified dependent, thereby reducing the taxable income. a qualifying relative can be any age To meet this test, the person must either: • Live as a member of the taxpayer’s household all year, or •...
NASHVILLE, TN — Access to high speed internet has been, for many Nashville residents, the conversation topic that doesn’t seem to go away. For the past several years, in many communities around town, efforts by internet service providers to...
President Donald Trump addressed Congress Tuesday night for the first time since the start of his term. While Trump's speech was widely praised for its positive tone it lacked specifics about deregulation and tax reform. Still Trump delivering a...
According to Bloomberg,  the IRS is turning up the heat on taxpayers. Some of them, anyway. The number of audits conducted by the Internal Revenue Service has dropped as it continues to reel from years of budget cuts. But even...
NASHVILLE - Airbnb released a report today documenting $191 million in total spending by its guests to Nashville throughout 2016, including $74 million for the local restaurant industry alone. In 2016, Nashville’s host community welcomed 349,000 guest arrivals to the...
Angela Crane-Jones, Nashville Business Incubation Center Executive Director, talks with Tribune Social Media Director Jason Luntz on his visit to the center. He sits down with Crane-Jones to discuss the center’s mission to cultivate the growth and development of small...
Do not be distracted.  We have become so obsessed with the lies, misuses of power and rhetoric from the White House we have lost sight of some of the real issues.  America’s infrastructure, which used to be the envy...
Although tax season has come and gone the growing problem of identity theft has now become an on-going part of the tax season culture. With the allowance of our unregulated “free for all” electronic filing system it will get...
NASHVILLE – With the new year in full swing, the Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance’s (TDCI) Securities Division reminds investors to do their homework and ask plenty of questions before making new investment decisions in 2017. “With a new...
Clarksville, TN February 20, 2017 – Waste Industries donated $5,000 to support youth and individuals seeking to attain emotional wellness and economic independence as a part of LEAP ORG’s Youth Program. Thane Harrison, Waste Industries General Manager supports his...