Arranging your affairs to minimize taxes can help you save money and build wealth. To help our clients, community, and fellow citizens maximize their opportunities, we started #TaxTipTuesday back in 2013, providing free tax tips on our website, Twitter, and our email newsletter. Over the years we have expanded to social media, providing information on all channels. Over the years other CPAs and tax firms started posting on #TaxTipTuesday, making this a movement.

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#TaxTipTuesday provides regular tax tips, and is the most popular part of our newsletter. However, #FinanceFriday is the second most popular feature. However, as a CPA whose background is in taxation, we will always anchor our newsletter and social media with solid tax tips to help you.

Whether using retirement accounts, maximizing deductions, taking advantage of short term stimulus rules, or other areas of the tax code, #TaxTipTuesday will inform and entertain you.

Stimulus Payments: How To Find Them

By |2021-05-12T23:30:19-04:00March 3rd, 2021|Categories: #TaxTipTuesday|Tags: , , , |

Today I'll teach You How To Find Your Economic Impact Payments, better known as the IRS's stimulus payments, and how to check whether or not you received these payments. You can stop freaking out now; I've got your back.

Taxes When Married

By |2021-05-12T23:30:25-04:00February 10th, 2021|Categories: #TaxTipTuesday|Tags: , , , , |

Valentine's Day is not that far off, so I figured what could be more romantic than a discussion about taxes. Maybe not actually the most romantic discussion, but marital strife around finances is one of the leading causes of divorce. So, even though it might not seem romantic, it could be super beneficial to your relationship if you actually go ahead and figure out how you want to file your taxes.

#TaxTipTuesday – IRS Delays 2020 Tax Season

By |2021-05-12T23:30:31-04:00January 25th, 2021|Categories: #TaxTipTuesday|Tags: , , , , |

Welcome to Tax Tip Tuesday. Today for your tax tip, we're going to discuss the recent announcement by the IRS to delay the opening of the 2020 tax filing season to February 12th, and what that means for you.

Miss America Pageant Plays Accounting Games

By |2021-05-12T23:31:03-04:00September 22nd, 2014|Categories: #TaxTipTuesday|Tags: , , |

Being a South Jersey native and growing up in Atlantic City, the Miss America Pageant was always an exciting thing.  I even got to be in the Miss America Parade in high school with the marching band.  But it wasn't until seeing this John Oliver piece that I really gave it much thought.

When Outsourced Payroll Goes Bad

By |2021-05-12T23:31:21-04:00September 2nd, 2014|Categories: #TaxTipTuesday|Tags: , , , |

Usually, when you work with a payroll company, the last thing you expect is for them to not send your tax payments to the IRS. Unfortunately, in a recent court case, when a payroll company declared bankruptcy, that is exactly what happened.

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