2022 May

The Top 7 Reasons Your Tax Refund Could Be Delayed

2022-05-25T20:40:55+00:00

The IRS’s turnaround time for processing taxes has become much quicker over the years, with many taxpayers receiving their refunds within three weeks. While most tax returns are processed in the first few weeks after they have been filed, there are several reasons a refund might be delayed. 1. The Tax Return Was Incomplete One [...]

The Top 7 Reasons Your Tax Refund Could Be Delayed2022-05-25T20:40:55+00:00
2022 May

What To Know About Tax Filing Past the Deadline

2022-05-25T20:38:21+00:00

April 15 is traditionally known as Tax Day, but many people don't manage to submit their forms by then. If you found yourself procrastinating beyond that date and still have not filed a tax return or extension request, don't despair. Here is what you should know about filing your taxes beyond the deadline. Special Deadline [...]

What To Know About Tax Filing Past the Deadline2022-05-25T20:38:21+00:00
2022 Mar

Still Waiting on Your W2? Here’s What To Do

2022-05-09T17:30:42+00:00

Having your Form W-2 is an essential part of being able to file taxes. That’s why every employer who you worked for over the previous tax year is required to send you a W-2 by January 31st. Those still waiting for their W-2s may be feeling anxious, but there are steps you can take to [...]

Still Waiting on Your W2? Here’s What To Do2022-05-09T17:30:42+00:00
2022 Jan

Top 3 Benefits of Hiring an Accountant to Do Your Taxes

2022-05-09T17:32:00+00:00

While you may have access to free or low-cost software that handles your taxes, you may overlook something that could cost you more than you realize. Before inputting a few numbers and answering several questions to file your taxes next year, check out the following top 3 reasons to hire an accountant to look over [...]

Top 3 Benefits of Hiring an Accountant to Do Your Taxes2022-05-09T17:32:00+00:00
2021 May

Received A Letter From The IRS? Here’s What To Do

2021-05-17T14:29:36+00:00

There are many reasons why the IRS may mail you a letter - oftentimes people jump to conclusions and think the worst. After all, receiving a letter or notice in the mail from the IRS is enough to upset anyone, as it can be scary to think you have done something that might threaten your [...]

Received A Letter From The IRS? Here’s What To Do2021-05-17T14:29:36+00:00
2021 Mar

Top 2020 Tax Filing Questions: Answered

2021-05-17T14:27:48+00:00

So many people have questions this year regarding tax returns - both personal and business alike, and it should come to no surprise, given the many challenges that the pandemic has brought on. Let’s be honest, filing taxes in general can give anyone a headache, but submitting pertinent information for your 2020 taxes can raise [...]

Top 2020 Tax Filing Questions: Answered2021-05-17T14:27:48+00:00
2017 Sep

Understanding Employee vs. Contractor Designation

2021-02-23T13:56:45+00:00

  Worker classification is important because it determines if an employer must withhold income taxes and pay Social Security, Medicare taxes and unemployment tax on wages paid to an employee. Businesses normally do not have to withhold or pay any taxes on payments to independent contractors. The earnings of a person working as an independent contractor are subject to self-employment tax. [...]

Understanding Employee vs. Contractor Designation2021-02-23T13:56:45+00:00
2017 Sep

Information on Identity Theft for Business, Partnerships and Estate Trusts

2017-09-03T02:30:16+00:00

Information on Identity Theft for Business, Partnerships and Estate Trusts Businesses, partnerships and estate and trust filers increasingly are targeted by national and international criminal syndicates who use stolen data to file fraudulent tax returns for refunds. In the past year, the Internal Revenue Service has noted a sharp increase in the number of fraudulent [...]

Information on Identity Theft for Business, Partnerships and Estate Trusts2017-09-03T02:30:16+00:00
2017 Sep

Know your Taxpayers Bill of Rights

2017-09-03T01:37:02+00:00

Know your Taxpayers Bill of Rights IRS Summertime Tax Tip 2017-21, August 18, 2017 Every taxpayer has a set of fundamental rights and the IRS has an obligation to protect them. The “Taxpayer Bill of Rights” groups the taxpayer rights found in the tax code into 10 categories. Know these rights when interacting with the [...]

Know your Taxpayers Bill of Rights2017-09-03T01:37:02+00:00
2017 Jun

Top Six Tips about the Home Office Deduction

2017-06-20T15:48:49+00:00

If you use your home for business, you may be able to deduct expenses for the business use of your home. If you qualify you can claim the deduction whether you rent or own your home. If you qualify for the deduction you may use either the simplified method or the regular method to claim [...]

Top Six Tips about the Home Office Deduction2017-06-20T15:48:49+00:00
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