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January 2024: Watch for “new client” scams

Read more about how to protect yourself this tax season.

December 2023: What type of Tax Professional are you hiring this season?

Yes, it’s almost that time of year again! Time to be thinking about the upcoming tax season and begin gathering together all of your receipts, invoices, income documents (W-2’s, 1099’s, etc.). Has anything changed in your life this year over last year? Oh, I know, you’re going to use the same ol’ guy (or, gal) you used last year, right? Read the rest of this informative blog post.

September 2023: We’ve updated our Frequently Asked Questions

For the first time ever, we’ve created a brief one page FAQ document. This will help our clients and customers better understand what we do, and who we can help you. Visit this link to download the PDF.

Tax Tip 2021-83: Homeownership and taxes: Things taxpayers should consider when selling a house

It’s important for taxpayers to understand how selling their home may affect their tax return. When filing their taxes, they may qualify to exclude all or part of any gain from the sale from their income. Visit this link for more information.

IRS Tax Tip 2020-124: Six tips for people starting a new business

Understanding the tax responsibilities that come with starting a business venture can save taxpayers money and help set them up for success. IRS.gov has the resources and answers to help people through the process of starting a new business. Visit this link for more information.

Small Business Week

In support of National Small Business Week – Sept. 22 to 24 – the Internal Revenue Service is emphasizing the many IRS online resources available to help small business owners and self-employed individuals handle the tax aspects of their business.

Taxpayers should file on time even if they can’t pay their full tax bill

Taxpayers should file their tax return by the deadline even if they cannot pay the full amount due. Otherwise, they may end up owing even more because penalties and interest can cause a taxpayer’s debt to grow. – Issue Number: IR-2020-83

IRS COVID-19 Updates

Follow IRS on social media, sign up for e-news subscriptions for urgent updates on COVID-19, scams and economic impact payment information – Issue Number: IR-2020-65

You’ve Come To The Right Place

If you, or your business, owe back taxes to the IRS +/or state, your problems will not simply “go away” by themselves. In fact, your problems will only accelerate as high interest charges and penalties are accumulating rapidly. You may have already seen your wages garnished, bank accounts levied, and property seized. Let us help you! We Are Experts In:

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