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Tax  // Posts tagged as "Tax"

10 Feb Posted by in Newsletters | Comments

What Records Do You Need For Tax Preparation?

What Records Do You Need For Tax Preparation?

If you’re not a naturally organized person, keeping your tax preparation records in one place might not be easy. But gathering the appropriate records ahead of time will make it easier on yourself and help ensure the accuracy of your tax preparation. Choose a place to collect your records and include the following: The basics: […]

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15 May Posted by in Newsletters | Comments

Simplify Your Life at Tax Time by Organizing Your Chart of Accounts

Simplify Your Life at Tax Time by Organizing Your Chart of Accounts

If you haven’t revised your business’s chart of accounts since you initially set it up, you may be missing out on an easy way to simplify your life at tax time. That’s because your chart of accounts is more than a basic bookkeeping tool. Your chart can also help you keep track of items that […]

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20 Jan Posted by in Newsletters | Comments

Congress Passes Tax Extenders

Congress Passes Tax Extenders

In December, Congress extended tax breaks known as “tax extenders” retroactively to the beginning of 2015. In addition, the new law makes some of the rules effective through December 31, 2016, some effective through 2019, and some effective permanently. Other provisions change existing tax rules that were not part of the tax extenders. Here are […]

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19 Jun Posted by in Newsletters | Comments

It’s midyear – and time for tax planning

It’s midyear – and time for tax planning

You probably think of summertime as easy-living time, with vacations, backyard barbecues, and general relaxation the main things on your mind. But this year you might want to put some serious tax planning on your summer agenda. Big changes are coming in taxes: Unless Congress acts before year-end, January 2013 will bring the end of […]

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14 Jun Posted by in Newsletters | Comments

IRS Raises Threshold for Tax Liens

IRS Raises Threshold for Tax Liens

The IRS recently announced that it will moderate its use of tax liens to collect back taxes. A federal tax lien gives the IRS a claim on a delinquent taxpayer’s property for unpaid taxes. This change means the IRS won’t use a tax lien unless at least $10,000 in back taxes is owed; the previous […]

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12 Apr Posted by in Newsletters | Comments

Get an Extension If You Can’t File by April 18th

Get an Extension If You Can’t File by April 18th

If you are not able to file your income tax return by then, be sure to file a Form 4868 with the IRS. The extension, giving you until October 17, 2011 to file your return, will be automatically granted. Be advised, however, that filing an extension does not extend your time to pay. The IRS […]

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