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Tips for Taxpayers, Victims about Identity Theft and Tax Returns

Tips for Taxpayers, Victims about Identity Theft and Tax Returns

Posted on: 27 Jun, 2013

Tips for Taxpayers, Victims about Identity Theft and Tax Returns IRS YouTube Videos ID Theft: Protect Yourself from Identity Theft English | Spanish | ASL ID Theft: Are You a Victim of Identity Theft? English | Spanish | ASL Podcasts ID Theft: Protect Yourself from Identity Theft English | Spanish ID Theft: Are You a Victim of Identity Theft? English…read more →

IRS – Identity Theft and Fraudulently Obtained Tax Refund Checks

IRS – Identity Theft and Fraudulently Obtained Tax Refund Checks

Posted on: 20 Jun, 2013

IRS – Identity Theft and Fraudulently Obtained Tax Refund Checks Taxpayers: Are you a victim of identity theft? If you received a notice from IRS, please call the number on the notice. If not, please go to the Identity Theft web page. Check Casher: Some individuals are filing fraudulent tax returns to claim tax refunds using names and Social Security…read more →

Taxpayer Guide to Identity Theft

Posted on: 13 Jun, 2013

Taxpayer Guide to Identity Theft 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? Identity theft occurs when someone uses your personal information such as your name, Social Security number (SSN) or other identifying…read more →

Identity Protection

Posted on: 6 Jun, 2013

Identity Protection The IRS is committed to working with taxpayers who are the victims of identity theft The IRS has taken numerous steps to combat identity theft and protect taxpayers. We are continually looking at ways to increase data security and protect taxpayers’ identities with assistance from our Identity Protection Specialized Unit. Identity theft cases are among the most complex…read more →

Summer Series Annoucement- June: Identity Theft

Posted on: 4 Jun, 2013

Announcing our Blog Post Summer Series- The Theme of June is Identity Theft I will be posting articles regarding Identity Theft each Thursday morning in June. Stay tuned for our other topics over the summer months. JULY- Business credits and deductions AUGUST- Individual credits and deductions SEPTEMBER- TBD

6 Month Tax Checkup

Posted on: 3 Jun, 2013

Dear Valued Clients, Can you believe it, the year is almost half over!?!  It’s time for that 6 month tax checkup. If you want to participate, please send us your latest check stub from work/retirement with year to date information. We will look it over and let you know how you stand on your 2013 income taxes. Please give us…read more →

Office Hours 4/16/13

Posted on: 15 Apr, 2013

Our office will be closed on 4/16/13- we have deemed it to be National After Tax Day Celebration.   We will reopen on 4/17/13 at 8 am.    

IRS Amended Tax Return Status Tool

Posted on: 28 Mar, 2013

  Have you ever wondered about where your refund is when you do an amended tax return? The IRS has a new Amended Tax Return Status Tool to track the progress once they receive it. IRS Tool: Where’s My Amended Return? “Where’s My Amended Return?” tool provides the status of Form 1040X Amended Tax Return for the current year and…read more →

Questions to Ask a Tax Preparer

Posted on: 21 Mar, 2013

 When interviewing a prospective tax preparer, ask these questions: Do you have an IRS issued Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN)? Do you offer a free initial consultation? How do you keep up with the latest tax law? Do you regularly take continuing education courses? Are you a member of any professional tax or accounting organizations? What are your professional credentials?…read more →

Are you tracking ALL of your Commuting Mileage?

Posted on: 7 Mar, 2013

Are you tracking ALL of your Commuting Mileage? Commuting is defined as the distance between your home and your Office/place of employment or first business stop. For small business owners, we know that you do not stay in one place/location all day. So when can you start expensing those miles? NOW! Business miles begin once you leave the office (or…read more →

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