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Safekeeping Tax Records

With the tax filing season quickly approaching, it’s a good time to re-visit how long to keep tax returns and other documents. The IRS generally recommends keeping copies of tax returns and supporting documents at least three years. Employment tax records should be kept at least four

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Tax Reform Bill – Effective 2018

Now that the 2018 Tax Reform Bill has been signed into law and will be effective in the 2018 tax year, there is one question being asked from our clients more than anything else: Should I prepay 2018 property (or state income) taxes? Answer: From our professional

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What is AMT?

You may not know about the Alternative Minimum Tax because you’ve never had to pay it before. But if you have had to pay it, you may have wondered what in the world it is for and how it is figured. The AMT is an income tax imposed at

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Stop Tax Identity Theft in Its Tracks

Imagine after filing in your annual tax return, you receive a notice from the Internal Revenue Service saying that another return has already been filed using your name and Social Security number — and claiming a refund. Sound impossible? It can happen if you become one of

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IRS Offers Various Options to Pay Your Tax Bill

If you owe federal tax, the IRS offers many ways to pay. Make sure you pay by the April 18 deadline, even if you get an extension of time to file your 2015 tax return.  Here are some of the ways to pay your tax: Use Direct

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