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July 10th, 2019 Newsletter

Retirement Account Withdrawals Affect on Tax Brackets  Can withdrawals from retirement accounts affect which tax bracket you fall in? Whether income from retirement account withdrawals can push you into a higher tax bracket depends entirely on the type of account. Any income you … Investopedia Are Credit Card Rewards Taxable Income?  …

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July 3rd, 2019 Newsletter

Things You Should Know Now to Save on Taxes Later With 2018 taxes hopefully behind you, probably the last thing you want to think about is what taxes may look like in 2019 and beyond. I get that. But you should be thinking about it. Right now, and every time …

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June 26th, 2019 Newsletter

When You Should Change Your Withholding Tax  In the U.S. tax system, individuals may either withhold paying their taxes until the April 15th deadline of the following calendar year or they may take the pay-as-you earn (PAYE) approach, in which estimated tax is paid … Investopedia Got an IRS Notice? Don’t …

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June 19th, 2019 Newsletter

4 essential tax tips for new parents As a new parent, sleepless nights aren’t the only thing that can be overwhelming. Taxes are probably last on your list of worries. However, parents are offered valuable tax breaks by the IRS that weren’t available to them before … Nashville Business Journal How …

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June 12th, 2019 Newsletter

10 tax tips for college grads Most college majors don’t get students ready for handling taxes – and as they start new jobs, face a rapidly changing economy, and bear up under massive amounts of student loan debt, today’s college graduates can’t afford … Accounting Today How to Fill Out Your …

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June 5th, 2019

5 Tax Tips for 2019 — and Beyond Doing taxes is almost always complicated. After all, there’s a lot of paperwork involved, and the cost of mistakes can be high if you underpay and owe penalties or provide incorrect info and find yourself the subject of an audit … Motly Fool …

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May 29th, 2019 Newsletter

Want a Bigger Tax Refund Next Year? Check Your Withholding! We always advise our readers to keep tax refunds to a minimum to avoid giving Uncle Sam what amounts to an interest-free loan all year long. But we also acknowledge that some people still like big refunds and see them …

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May 22nd, 2019 Newsletter

Top 10 Home Business Tax Tips  It is said so often that it has become a bit of a cliché, but one of the great virtues of starting a home business are the tax breaks you can claim. Another popular belief surrounding home businesses, however, is that claiming … Investopedia Strategies …

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May 15th, 2019 Newsletter

Are Home Improvements Tax-Deductible? When it’s time to file taxes, people want to claim as many deductions as possible. Home improvements are defined for tax purposes as work that increases the value of a home, extends its useful life or modifies it so it can … RIS Media IRS Form W-4: …

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May 8th 2019 Newsletter

Watch Out for Tax Audit Red Flags Now that you’ve completed your tax return, you may be wondering about your odds of an IRS audit. Most people can breathe easy. The vast majority of individual returns escape the IRS audit machine. In 2017, the individual audit … Kiplinger How Long Should …

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