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April 2017, 2019 Newsletter

Tax Mistakes You Can’t Afford to Make Taxes are very complicated — and unfortunately, the stakes are high when you’re submitting info to the IRS. If you make an error, you could end up being audited and potentially owing penalties for back taxes. Or you could find … Fox Business …

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April 10th, 2019 Newsletter

How to Right Size Next Year’s Tax Return The 2018 tax season is over, and a lot of taxpayers are not happy. Thanks to the tax overhaul, some got smaller refunds than they received in the past, and others were hit with an unexpected tax bill. The reason: In 2018 … …

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April 3rd, 2019 Newsletter

Entrepreneurs Pay More in Taxes Because They Don’t Do This As we head deeper into tax season, we’re starting to hear from more and more Americans experiencing sticker shock as they file their returns. Gone is the comforting and often sizable refund check they’ve come to expect … Kiplinger Thinking ahead: …

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March 27th, 2019 Newsletter

  How do I file an extension on my taxes?Taxes, unpopular though they may be, fund government services Americans count on every day. Individual income taxes may be especially hated — but they are also important, accounting for 48% of federal tax revenue. For the vast …USA Today Ways to Avoid …

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March 20th, 2019 Newsletter

Can I Deduct That As A Business Expense? I work with many business owners and by far, the most commonly asked question I get is, “Can I deduct that as a business expense?” As with all good tax law questions, it depends on a lot of factors — the type …

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March 13th, 2019 Newsletter

Should You Itemize On Your Taxes? When it comes to taxes, no one wants to pay more than necessary. That’s why it’s important to maximize your tax deductions. Deductions reduce your taxable income — so if you made $50,000 and had a $1,000 deduction, your taxable income … Fox Business Taxes …

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March 6th, 2016 Newsletter

When You Can Expect to Receive Your Tax Refund I just filed my income tax return. When will I get my refund? A. The IRS usually issues refunds within 21 days after you e-file, or within six weeks if you mail your return. You’ll get your money the fastest if …

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February 27th, 2019 Newsletter

Pros and Cons of Getting a Tax Extension Some people are late with their taxes because they procrastinate Opens a New Window. . Others, however, fall victim to missing tax documents Opens a New Window. and delays on the part of their accountants. If you’re running … Fox Business 10 Tax …

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February 20th, 2019 Newsletter

4 Overlooked Tax Deductions That Could Save You Big Bucks Tax season is upon us again, and with it comes a raft of deductions that can save you money Opens a New Window. and pump up any refund you may get from the Internal Revenue Service. American tax filers claim, …

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February 13th, 2019 Newsletter

Start Trimming Your 2019 Tax Tab Now As you complete your 2018 tax return, turn some attention to your tax plans for 2019. Although tax reform triggered a slew of major changes in 2018, the landscape has settled this year. In terms of tax rules, “2019 will … Kiplingers Are Home …

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