IRS Is Closing Some Business Payment P.O. Boxes

If you have your business tax payments set to auto-pilot, check those addresses: The IRS is closing business payment P.O. Boxes in the Cincinnati and Hartford areas beginning July 1,2020.

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Don’t Get Ghosted by Your Tax Preparer This Season

With tax season in full swing (it kicked off January 27, 2020), the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has issued a reminder to taxpayers to avoid unethical “ghost” tax return preparers.

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12 Questions To Ask When Choosing A Tax Preparer

You’re the only one who can find the perfect tax preparer for you: there’s no one size fits all. We can, however, offer you a few tips to help you figure out how to find the best tax preparer for you.

What You Need to Know About the Gift Tax

Gifting can be an strategic part of your estate plan, but it’s important to understand how the Gift Tax works. The Gift Tax is a federal tax on assets transferred to a recipient when full payment is not received in return. In this video you’ll learn important tax advantages of gifting.

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Estate Planning Through the Years

Virtually everyone needs an estate plan, but it isn’t a one-size-fits-all proposition. Even though each person’s situation is unique, general guidelines can be drawn depending on your current stage of life.

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The 1,099 Hassles of 1099s

While there probably aren’t quite 1,099 hassles to 1099 preparation, it certainly can feel like it when you’re scrambling to get them all prepared and filed on time.

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2020 IRS Rates and Limits

To assist you in gearing up for the coming year, we have provided updated rates and limits for 2020!