IRS Tax Tips

Here’s What Taxpayers Can Do To Avoid The Presidents Day Rush

By |February 18th, 2020|Business Consulting, Construction Business Consulting, General, Healthcare Advisory Services, Tax Planning & Preparation, Tax Tips|

Avoid the Presidents Day Rush Presidents Day weekend marks the busiest time of the year for calls to the IRS, [...]

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Standard and Itemized Deductions

By |February 11th, 2020|Business Consulting, Construction Business Consulting, General, Healthcare Advisory Services, Tax Planning & Preparation, Tax Tips|

Taxpayers should know the difference between standard and itemized deductions It’s a good idea for people to find out if [...]

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IRS Launches Identify Theft Central

By |February 4th, 2020|Fraud, General, Governments, Tax Planning & Preparation, Tax Tips|

IRS launches Identity Theft Central Focuses on needs of taxpayers, tax professionals and businesses The Internal Revenue Service today launched [...]

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IRS Visits to Resolve Tax Compliance Issues

By |November 22nd, 2019|Business Consulting, General, Governments, Tax Planning & Preparation, Tax Tips|

Efforts across the country to follow to raise awareness, encourage compliance As part of a larger effort by the Internal [...]

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Back-to-School Tax Tips for College Students and Parents

By |August 14th, 2013|Tax Planning & Preparation|

Going to college can be a stressful time for students and parents. The IRS offers these tips about education tax [...]

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What to Know About Capital Gains and Losses

By |February 23rd, 2012|Tax Planning & Preparation|

Ten Things You Should Know About Capital Gains and Losses The following information has been provided by the IRS as [...]

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