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Financial Moves for the End of 2017

I don’t know about you but I am not sad to see 2017 go! It has been a crazy year of political drama, fake news, and crazy natural disasters.  In fact there is still debris from Hurricane Irma in my neighborhood!  The good news is there is still time left to make some financial moves t...  Read More

6 Smart Business Tax Moves to Make For 2015 Year-End

2015 is almost over but there are still some ways to make the best of your tax situation before New Year’s is here.  Spoiler-number 6 is the most important! 1. Do your 2015 bookkeeping now. If you aren’t current with your bookkeeping, now is a great time to catch up. You can’t know wh...  Read More

2014 Corporate Tax Deadline Approaching – March 16, 2015

The corporate tax filing deadline is usually March 15. This year March 15 is a Sunday so the deadline is pushed off until Monday, March 16, 2015. Make sure you get your corporate tax return to the IRS by that point. If you still need more time to prepare, be sure to file an extension...  Read More

2015 12 Worst Tax Scams

The IRS has released the top 12 worst tax scams for 2015. It looks like crooks’ favorite way to deceive taxpayers is by calling them and pretending to be the IRS. This is followed by “phishing” emails. The IRS will never initiate contact with you via phone. If you get a phone call ask...  Read More

Estimated Tax and 1099-MISC Deadlines

This message is to remind you of two important upcoming tax deadlines: January 15 is the deadline for the fourth and final estimated tax payment for 2014. Make sure your estimated payment is postmarked by the 15th. You might want to send it certified return receipt to be sure of when...  Read More

2014 Year End Tax Update

  In case you didn’t hear the news, Congress extended all of the tax breaks that ended in 2013… for just one more year. While this leaves the future hazy at least it gives us a little bit of time in 2014 to make some adjustments. Here is a run down of the extended tax breaks for...  Read More

When Outsourced Payroll Goes Bad

Usually when you work with a payroll company, the last thing you expect is for them to not send your tax payments into the IRS. Unfortunately, in a recent court case, when a payroll company declared bankruptcy, that is exactly what happened. In this particular case, when the payroll c...  Read More
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Bitcoin-It Isn’t Cash

  Bitcoin is a new, virtual currency created in 2009. Transactions are made without banks, without fees, and without giving your real name. Exchange Bitcoins via mobile apps or computers, similar to sending cash digitally (like PayPal). Some big companies, such as Dell, Expedia,...  Read More

Copies of Tax Returns and Other Tax Information from the IRS

Can’t find your copy of an old tax return? Not sure that you received all your 1099s or other tax forms this year? You can get the information from the IRS by requesting transcripts or copies of tax returns.   Transcripts Transcripts show the important information of tax returns...  Read More

What To Do When You Owe The IRS Money And You Can’t Pay It

Scenario- you filed your tax return and it turns out you owe money.  Way more money than you thought.  And you can’t afford to pay it all at once.  What do you do? One option is to set up a payment or installment plan with the IRS.  If you owe less than $50,000 total (taxes plus...  Read More