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Nick Charveron

EA & Co-Founder

Nick Charveron is a licensed tax practitioner, Co-Founder & Partner of Community Tax, LLC. With over a decade of experience, Nick has expertise in both the real estate finance and tax industries. Nick has authored an array of articles on financial topics, ranging from tax preparation to small business bookkeeping. He has been featured in Super Money and MovinOut, and provides comprehensive articles designed to educate the general public in matters of taxation, accounting, and more.

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Help with IRS Form W2G for Reporting Gambling Winnings

What is a Form W-2G When most people think about their income, they think about their paychecks, their net business profit, their pension or social security income—the money they’ve worked…

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Generally speaking, a trust or decedent’s estate is a separate entity under the Internal Revenue Code—just like a person or a business. Therefore, a trust or estate must file its…

IRS Schedule F: Reporting Farming Income

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