Money Facts

The Federal Reserve estimates that there is currently around $1 trillion in US Currency currently in circulation.  Making and spending money is a part of our daily lives.  Money, or the lack of, can cause happiness or stress.  Despite money being an integral part of...

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Fun Tax Facts

Taxes are synonymous with stress.  Although taxes are not fun, we have some amusing tax facts that you never knew you needed to know! Tax day affects hundreds of millions of people. The tax code is more than 10 million words long. Since 1955, it has grown an average...

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Top Twelve 2017 Tax Scams

Beware of scams!! Scams have become a huge part of our society. This is especially prevalent during tax season. In order to keep your information protected, you need to be aware of a few of the dangers. The IRS released its annual list of the top twelve 2017 tax...

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Trump Tax Reform

President Trump put forth his much anticipated tax reform plan in an effort to bring jobs back to the United States and spark economic growth.  He is going to “seize this opportunity by leading the most significant tax reform legislation since 1986- and one of the...

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Growing a Small Business in 2017

Growing A Small Business in 2017 Small-business owners can use this 5-point guide to strategize for a prosperous 2017. December has come upon us and it is now time small-business owners should be planning new goals for the upcoming year.   Have you been thinking about...

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Avoid Tax Return Penalties | New Tax Return Due Dates

The PATH Act (Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes) of 2015 included changes to due dates of tax and information returns. Form W-2 and 1099-MISC:  A provision in the new law accelerates the due date for filing Forms W-2 and 1099-MISC with the Social Security...

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Beware of Fake IRS Notices

Scammers now have a new tactic they are using to target innocent taxpayers.  In addition to phone calls claiming to be from the IRS, scammers are now sending fake, official appearing IRS deficiency notices through the mail.  Since the IRS does use mail as an official...

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