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2019 

When life gets in the way of filing your tax return by the April 15th deadline you can file for a 6-month extension on your federal income tax return which will give you until Oct 15th, 2019 to file your taxes. However, you are still required to pay any taxes due by April 15th, 2019 to avoid pena...
03/30/2019
Tax related ID theft is when someone uses your information (name, SSN, etc.) to file a false tax return and claim a fraudulent refund. The number one thing you can do to prevent this type of ID theft is to file early and file electronically. The IRS is “first-come, first-served”, meaning whomever...
03/28/2019
Second Home, Cabin, and Vacation Property Owners – Did You Know? If you own a second home or vacation property that you live in only occasionally and rent out at other times, you might be able to deduct expenses you pay to maintain the property from your rental income. In addition, you might be a...
03/24/2019
This is the 4th part of a series of blogs on 12 Tax Tips for Retirees and the Elderly. Retirement can be a huge shock when retirees have to pay a significant tax due to retirement withdrawals and social security. Other than Roth IRAs, the money you withdraw from your retirement savings is most li...
03/20/2019
This is part 3 of a series of blogs on tax tips for the retirees and the elderly. Retirement can be a huge shock when retirees have to pay a significant tax due to retirement withdrawals and social security. Other than Roth IRAs, the money you withdraw from your retirement savings is most likely ...
03/17/2019
This is part 2 of a series of blogs on tax tips for the retirees and the elderly. As pointed out in my last blog the first year of retirement can be a huge shock when retirees have to pay a significant tax due to retirement withdrawals and social security. Other than Roth IRAs, the money you with...
03/14/2019
This is a rather lengthy blog that I divided into 4 parts. I will post each part over the next 10 days. I included the outline so you can see the topics of the coming tax tips. The first year of retirement can be a huge shock to most when they see the taxes they will have to pay on their savings ...
03/10/2019
As a taxpayer, you have a set of ten fundamental rights that the IRS is obligated to protect.Your taxpayer rights are: 1. The Right to be Informed.    Right for a clear explanation of all the tax laws & IRS procedures on all tax forms 2. The Right to Quality Service.       Right to receive prompt...
03/03/2019
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