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As Valentine’s Day fast approaches, there’s no denying it. We’re in the season of love. Valentine’s Day is known to most as the holiday of romance, the most romantic day of the year for couples (and singles) alike. But if you take the complet...


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Getting Divorced? What You Need to Know About Alimony Tax Changes

Under the new tax law, alimony payments are no longer deductible or taxable transfers. Here’s an overview of the changes and what they mean for divorced couples as well as those considering a divorce. What’s Changing? Under the Tax Cuts a...

Your Chance to Report Offshore Foreign Accounts Ends in September

The IRS has made clear reporting offshore accounts is of utmost importance for taxpayers since 2009, with the release of the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program. It’s reached the point where the IRS has decided to close the program on September 2...

Post-Deadline Tax Issues? Here's Your Guide.

Tax Day has come and gone. Maybe your tax return is signed, sealed, and delivered…or maybe it isn’t. Whatever your situation, we have the information you need to combat post-tax day stress. Read below on what your next move should be, and you...

Generous Taxpayers Beware: Fake Charities Are the Newest Scam

American taxpayers are a generous bunch – each year, we give billions to charities that combat hunger, homelessness, disease, and more. On average, Americans donate 2-3% of their income, and in turn claim deductions on their tax returns for a w...

Do You Have A Refund Waiting? $1.1 Billion Yet to be Claimed from 2014

Could you be one of the 1 million taxpayers that have an unclaimed refund from 2014? A recent report from the IRS confirms that over $1 billion is waiting to be claimed by these taxpayers that did not file a 2014 return. Many of the taxpayers are bel...

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Being a small business owner is stressful enough, and come tax time, the stress can be quite overwhelming with all of the terms, forms, and dates to remember – so much so that you might not dot your i’s and cross your t’s correctly. We demy...

5 Most Commonly Overlooked Small Business Tax Deductions

Each tax season, small business owners across the country are filled with a sense of dread. While you may have wisely set aside funds throughout the year to cover your tax bill, the amount that you owe may still come as a shock. Unlike large corporat...

How Spring Cleaning Can Save You Money

Already thinking of ways to boost your next tax refund? The answer may be lying in your closet. Spring inspires us to declutter and start anew; going through belongings your closets, garage, and storage, and passing unwanted items along to charities ...

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