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Impact for 2018 Tax Cuts & Jobs Act

Included in our service we supply the Potential Tax Cut & Job Act Impact summary for your upcoming 2018 year. We compare what the potential outcome will be based on 2017 year features. This will provide clients an opportunity to be ahead of the curve for 2018 tax year so they can plan accordingly.

Special Rule Help Taxpayers with Quality for Earned Income Tax Credit

Taxpayers with disabilities and parents of children with disabilities be aware of the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). Many miss out on this valuable credit because they do not file a tax return. Earned Income Tax Credit could put a refund into eligible taxpayer’s pocket. Many do not claim the credit because income threshold requiring […]

Hurricane Victims: Harvey, Irma & Maria

Special Method Can Aid Workers Whose Income Dropped Taxpayers whose incomes dropped in 2017 can choose to figure the credit using their 2016 earned income rather than their 2017 earned income. To get credit, people must file a tax return, even if they own no tax, even if they normally aren’t required to file. The […]

Grandparents Caring for Grandchildren Should

Check Their Eligibility for ETIC Grandparents who work and are also raising grandchildren might benefit from the earned income tax credit. If grandparents are the primary caretaker of their grandchildren remember these facts: Grandparent who is working, has a grandchild living with them may qualify, even if the grandparent is 65 years of age or […]

Members of Military and Earned Income Tax Credit

The credit benefits people who work and have earned income that’s less than $53,930. Nontaxable pay for member of the armed forces isn’t earned income for the EITC. Combat pay Basic allowance for housing Basic allowance for subsistence Member can elect to have their nontaxable combat pay included in earned income.   Taxpayers who elect […]

IRS Announces Travelers Requiring Passports Must Pay Their Back Taxes OR Enter into Payment Agreements.

This month the IRS will begin implementations of new procedures, signed into law December 2015, affecting individuals with seriously delinquent tax debts owing $51,000.00 or more to avoid putting their passports in jeopardy.

Four Reason’s to Use Direct Deposit for a Tax Refund

Is Fast. The quickest way for tax payers to get their refunds Is Secure. Goes right into a bank account Is Easy. Enter the correct bank account and routing number Has Options. Can split refunds into several accounts Taxpayer’s should deposit refunds into accounts in their own name, their spouse’s name or both. AVOID MAKING […]

Ten Tips for Taxpayers When Selecting a Preparer

Check the Preparer’s Qualifications. Use the IRS Directory for Federal Tax Return Preparers with Credentials and Select Qualifications. Check the Preparer’s History. For Enrolled Agents, go to and verify enrolled agent status page on IRS.gov or check the directory. Ask about Service Fees. Avoid preparers who base fees on a percentage of the refund or […]

Individual Taxpayers: 7 Things to Do When an IRS Letter Arrives

Don’t Panic! Read the entire letter carefully. Call our office and bring the letter or notice Compare it with the tax return Only reply if necessary Respond timely Don’t call the IRS Keep the letter

How to Know if the Knock on Your Door is from the IRS

Here are eight thinks to know about in person contacts from the IRS. The IRS initiates most contacts through regular mail delivered by the United States Postal Service. There are special circumstances when IRS will come to a home or business. This includes: When a taxpayer has an overdue tax bill When the IRS needs […]