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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...

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...

How to Avoid Underpaying Estimated Taxes

Hit with an underpayment penalty or trying to continue avoiding one? These fees come from the IRS when you haven’t properly estimated how much tax you were going to owe to the IRS for a particular tax year. Those that do not have taxes withheld by ...

How Long Does the IRS Have to Collect Your Debt?

Fortunately, the answer is not forever. The statute of limitations on federal tax debt is 10 years, meaning the IRS must cease trying to collection debt from you 10 years after filing your return or being audited. However, it’s not quite this simpl...

10 Easy End of Year Tax Tips to Increase Your Tax Refund

2017 is almost over, and we hope you’ve been saving your receipts for tax reason. While you organize and prepare all of your files, there are a few ways you can boost your deductions and credits, and therefore your refund. You have plenty of time t...

Utilize These 8 Quick Tactics to Pay Less in Taxes

Income taxes are mystifying to many people. If you’re worried about having to pay, consider these eight ways to reduce what you might have to pay. 1. Adjust Your W-4 Many people are paying too much in taxes due to withholdings from their payche...

When you file any tax forms, you have to make sure that the information you provide is accurate. Of course, you are only human, so you might find (at a later date) that you made an error on your return. If you discover you made a mistake, you need to...

IRS Unleashes Program to Fast Track Tax Disputes

If you’re a small business owner or self employed and find yourself in the predicament of a tax dispute, you’re in luck. The IRS has unleashed a new program to fast track a resolution. The program comes after a few years of pilot testing, named R...

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