Taxpayer Bill of Rights Part 2

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Tax Payer Bill of Rights, Tax Returns photo of files

Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights Part 2 As taxpayers, most of us probably think that whatever the IRS says goes and that we as taxpayers don’t have much recourse. However, as a taxpayer in the United States you do have rights and they are documented in the Taxpayer Bill of Rights. One of the rights listed on the IRS website at … Read More

Tax Preparation vs Tax Planning

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Tax Planning is not tax preparation

  Many people assume tax planning is the same as tax preparation, but the two are quite different. Let’s take a closer look: WHAT IS TAX PREPARATION? Tax preparation is the process of preparing and filing a tax return. Generally, it is a one-time event that culminates in signing your return and finding out whether you owe the IRS money … Read More

IRS Shutdown – How worried Should You Be?

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IRS and the government shutdown, tax season, tax preparation, slow refunds

IRS Shut Down: How Worried Should You Be? What does the government partial shutdown mean regarding your tax return? Well, the IRS issued a new contingency plan to deal with the shutdown, but that hasn’t really helped tax professionals and lawmakers relax. There are gaps in the 132-page plan, but this is what we know: Returns will be accepted. Refunds … Read More

Tax Season is Coming – Vital things to know Part 1

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QBI, TCJA, Taxes are due, tax accounting

Tax Cut and Jobs Act (TCJA) that was passed in late 2017,  has benefited businesses both big and small. For the business who can take advantage of the Qualified Business Income or (QBI) deduction for pass through entities it can be a real boon. The new tax code sounds like an awesome opportunity, if you can take advantage of it. … Read More