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  • Charitable Giving Under the New Tax Law

    Important new tax changes mean that the charitably minded might want to consider new giving strategies and take a look at appreciated stock and donor-advised funds. Click through for insights into charity in this new era.

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  • Delinquent Taxpayers Should Take Advantage of Shutdown

    The IRS is temporarily out of business. Taxpayers who owe money, are being audited, or who have not filed their returns may be breathing a sigh of relief. Wrong strategy. They need to take advantage of the situation. Click PHOTO to read more.

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  • Former CPA Found Guilty At Trial

    A former accountant was sentenced to 36 months in prison for obstructing the administration of the internal revenue laws. Click through to read more.

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  • Pass-Through Entities and the 20 Percent Tax Break

    Much talk has been made of the new 20 percent tax deduction for pass-through entities but, as with most tax laws, it can get very complicated very quickly. Click through to learn more, and find out if you're entitled to the break!

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  • Calling the IRS?  Good Luck 

    The IRS will receive more than 95 million calls this year. They expect to answer about 60% of them during the current filing season. After that, the number is estimated to decline to 40%.  Figure in the calls with questions about the new tax law and the answer rate may be even lower. Click through to read more.

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  • How to Challenge Property Taxes

    One thing all homeowners can agree on: Complaining about property taxes is one of their favorite pastimes. However, you may be able to actually do something about high taxes. Click through to learn how to appeal your property taxes.

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  • Is This Your Situation: Trying to Avoid Penalties for Employee Misclassification

    If the difference between exempt and nonexempt employees causes lots of confusion, you're not alone. Both large and small companies can find the dividing line difficult to draw. Click through for tips on understanding the Fair Labor Standards Act.

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  • The Major Tax Changes: An Overview

    The recently approved tax bill contains massive changes, and financial professionals will be poring over the details for months. For now, everyone should know at least the basics. Click through for an overview of the changes.

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    A South Carolina man was sentenced to more than three years in prison for tax evasion. Click the photo to read the full article.

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  • Is This Your Situation: Confused About Salary Rules in an S-Corp

    S corporations are a great solution for the right kinds of businesses. However, they come with strict salary rules for their owners. Click through for the basics on S-corps to make sure you're in compliance.

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  • Reap the Benefits of the Work Opportunity Tax Credit

    The Work Opportunity Tax Credit gives employers tax benefits for hiring people who fall within certain qualifying categories. This can be a big boon to companies and employers! Click through to learn the ins and outs.

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  • Virginian Caused<br>$3 Million Tax Loss

    A Virginia man was sentenced to 20 months in prison for a tax fraud conspiracy that caused a loss to the IRS of more than $3 million. Click through to read more.

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  • The IRS and Private Tax Debt Collection

    As we head into tax season, taxpayers should know that the IRS continues to use several private collection agencies. How may this affect you? Click through for the details on how the program works and what your rights are.

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  • Is This Your Situation: Sweating Over a Company Audit

    Getting ready for a financial statement audit is a huge task, and if it doesn't go well, the implications are serious. Click through to make sure you're ready.

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    The reality TV doctor’s wife owes back taxes to Uncle Sam.

    Click the photo to read the full article.

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  • What to Know About Private Tax Debt Collection

    The IRS is hiring private debt collectors for the hard cases -- those who haven't responded to other attempts to collect back taxes. Click through to find out what this means for you and how to protect yourself.

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  • IRS Myth 2 - Taxpayers Have No Right To Question IRS Decisions

    Click Through to learn the Taxpayer Bill of Rights.

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  • How to Manage Your 529 Plan in 2018

    The cost of college keeps going up, and you need to become more proactive in how you save for it. Click through for some insights into how to save for higher education and how these methods fit into the new tax law.

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  • Property Taxes: How Are They Calculated?

    Understanding how property taxes are calculated is critical to making sure the appropriate rate is charged. Click through to determine whether you're paying the lowest taxes possible and maximizing your returns.

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  • Businessman Failed to Pay Nearly $400k in Taxes

    According to court records, from 2008 through 2012, Steve Lopez, 68, owned and operated Ready Transport Services, a transportation business that mainly provided taxi services. From 2009 through 2012, he also owned RTS Ice Cream, Coffee and Candy Shop.

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  • ‘Family Matters’ Star Says He Owes IRS $90k

    Actor Darius McCrary, best known for his role as Edward “Eddie” Winslow on the television sitcom Family Matters, says he owes the Internal Revenue Service $90,000 in back taxes.

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  • The Truth About Offers In Compromise

    In the real world, people and businesses settle for less all the time.  So when they come to me with a tax problem, they want to know if they can make a deal with the IRS. Click through for more details.

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  • Know the Ins and Outs of Joint Tenancy

    It can be a great way to own property, helping owners avoid probate and spreading both risk and reward. But there are some pitfalls and it isn't for everyone. Click through for the key points of joint tenancy.

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    An Arizona chiropractor was sentenced to 30 months in prison and was ordered to pay $703,478 in restitution to the federal government after being found guilty by a federal jury of five counts of filing false and fictitious claims for tax refunds. Click through to read more

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  • Business Tax and Bad Debt

    Do you have a client or customer who won't pay? Even when all attempts to collect a bad debt have failed, the IRS may give you a break at filing time. Click through to see how to take that bad debt off your taxes.

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  • Oklahoma Man Sentenced to 37 Months for Tax Fraud, Failure to Pay Taxes to IRS

    An Oklahoma man was sentenced to 37 months in prison, to be followed by three years of supervised release, for tax fraud and failure to pay over employment taxes. Click through to read more.

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  • Actor Jason Momoa Owes IRS More Than $100,000 In Taxes

    Momoa is best known for playing the superhero Aquaman and for HBO’s Game of Thrones. Click through to read more.

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  • How the Tax Cuts Affect You and Me

    Much has been talked about and written about the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.  This is not really tax reform because the tax code has not been made simpler.   This is a tax cut meaning that most people will pay less taxes than they did before. Click through to read more.

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  • Is This Your Situation: Stop Worrying about Your Spouse's Taxes

    One of the messiest taxation events that can occur happens when half of a couple creates tax or legal issues that spill over and impact the spouse. Fortunately, there is innocent-spouse relief. Click through to understand this complex concept.

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