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31Mar 2017
Mar 31, 2017

How to Stretch Your Refund

How You Use Your Refund is a State of Mind

There are so many things you can do with what many people tend to view as a windfall from the government. But the truth is, it was always your money, you simply overpaid your taxes through […]

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6Feb 2015

Tax Time Stress and how to manage

Tax time can be very stressful and not just for the people preparing the returns. Positive coping mechanisms are one method that people use to deal with the increased tax time stress. According to the Mayo Clinic, stress can effect you in the following ways: Headaches, muscle tension […]

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31Jul 2014

10 tax audit red flags- #Tax-fulThurs

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From being too charitable to claiming the home office deduction, beware these tax audit red flags.

1. You’re very charitable.

Be careful not to overstate your good deeds. The IRS has calculated the average donation level for each income range, so anything that […]

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24Jul 2014

Taxpayer Guide to Identity Theft- #Tax-fulThurs.

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We know identity theft is a frustrating process for victims. We take this issue very seriously and continue to expand on our robust screening process in order to stop fraudulent returns.


What is identity theft […]

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17Jul 2014

7 Tips for Maintaining Your Tax Exempt Status- #Tax-fulThurs.

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File your annual information returns with the IRS.  Your organization must file a Form 990, 990-EZ, or 990-N, depending on its gross receipts and total assets.  A few organizations, for example churches, do not have a filing requirement.  For details on which organizations must […]

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2Apr 2014

Are you leaving tax money on the table?

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Every year, tens of billions of dollars worth of unclaimed tax refunds and other financial assets languish in government coffers.
In addition to unclaimed tax refunds, state governments are holding onto nearly $42 billion worth of unclaimed property (uncashed paychecks, insurance payouts, unused […]

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