January 25, 2020

Simple or Complex? We have two drop-off tax preparation offers for you.

October 13, 2019

According to a 2016 census, over 8 million unmarried couples are currently living together. As a result, this has presented millions of taxpayers with a potentially complicated tax situation. 

Many taxpayers present me a commonly asked question of whether or not a boyfr...

September 6, 2019

Yes, you heard that right. The IRS adopted ten taxpayer rights back in 2014 to create a better understanding with consumers and those in the tax business. It is important to know that none of these were new rights, but existing rights created from regulations and polic...

August 11, 2019

Recently graduated from college or attending college this year?   Below are some tax tips for new graduates and future students. 

Knowing handle to handle your student loans on your future taxes is step one to adulting. Below are some tips and information on h...

June 30, 2019

Just because tax refund season is over, it doesn’t mean that taxes are done. The summer is when the IRS usually sends notices to taxpayers to resolve issues preventing your account from good standing. Below are three Summer notices to watch out for from the IRS.


With the passage of the new tax law, most taxpayers now know what their tax outcomes will look like next year. Some of our clients received a significant refund earlier this year, but in turn applied the refund towards their first quarterly tax payment. 


The IRS is currently holding over a BILLION dollars worth of tax refunds for over a million taxpayers who simply don’t file annually. 

Why does that matter to us?  It is up to the taxpayer to file a return in order to claim a refund. It also must be completed within thr...

April 14, 2019

Tax pros such as enrolled agents are some of the best mediators with the IRS. Great tax pros constantly stay on hold with the IRS agents, deal with tax refund statuses, and find additional ways to reduce further tax issues down the road.

There are instances where the IR...

March 30, 2019

Being self-employed is a great opportunity to define income and your schedule on your own terms. Tax deductions also draw many to the model of employment. 

Office space, mileage, supplies, even telecommunications are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to tax dedu...

March 1, 2019

It is super easy to ignore the IRS when you owe taxes on income you have earned.  Most people think that contacting the IRS just exacerbates the problem. It’s a delay and procrastination tactic.

With years of experience, I am here to tell you that everyone should be mor...

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