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Tax Codes

Tax law is a tricky language, and it takes most people years to understand it. In this section of our blog, you can read up on some of the most commonly misunderstood tax codes out there. Our tax professionals are experts at understanding and employing federal and state tax codes, so it’s time for you to get started. Read up on everything from major tax laws to little-known tax codes that can translate to thousands of dollars in savings on your tax debt or tax return. Of course, we’re here to talk you through everything—just contact one of our tax specialists today through our free live chat, located to the bottom right of your screen – or by clicking here.

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Unable to Pay? Here’s What to do About Your Tax Bill
The squeeze you feel on your wallet might tighten if you’re suddenly hit with a tax bill. Simply put, there are those who are unable to pay. Fortunately, you have a few options. Read below to find the best for your financial situation. If you’...
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Tips to Make Next Year’s Taxes Even Easier
We all want taxes to a be a bit easier – fewer numbers, less document chasing, and more wiggle room. Taxpayers have to go by the book Uncle Sam wrote, but below are a few ways you can lift the weight of it off of your shoulders. Let’s mak...
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Retired? Tax Tips for Retirees
Your 9 to 5 job may cease, but dealing with the tax man does not. Hopefully you’ve long contributed to an IRA or 401k, and have a finance plan for the remainder of your life. As you prepare for your time as a retiree, take in these tax tips for ret...
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Tips for Owners of a Home Based Business
In the internet age, you can easily operate your business from home, whether it be as a freelance app designer or financial consultant, and many do – about 53% of all small businesses are home based. However, only a small amount of those busine...
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What is the Difference? Standard vs. Itemized
Standard vs. itemized. It may not be entirely clear what the actual difference is between the two deductions, and which you should apply to your tax filing. In short, the best deduction to take is the one that reduces your taxable income the most, eq...
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Need to File a Tax Return Extension? Quick Tips to Get Organized
You got an extra day to file your taxes this year, but perhaps you haven’t gathered all of your business expense receipts or accounted for your deductions. Luckily, the IRS offers an extension. If successfully filed, you will have until October 17,...
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Tax Changes for 2016
Always prepare for filing changes one year ahead. That means getting educated on what’s to come and keeping tabs on documents, so you know how your tax refund may be affected. Each year, lawmakers tweak the terms for filing your taxes, but aren’t...
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List of Important Tax Dates to Know
Employ that Google Calendar to its maximum potential – there are several essential tax dates to know, primarily to ensure you make the deadlines, and also to speed up the tax return process, all while preparing for next year. Read below careful...
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5 Tax Credits You Should Know About
You know about the many deductions you can take, but are you taking advantage of the tax credits available? Tax credits often apply to small populations of individuals, but can be more valuable than deductions, often amounting to thousands. These cre...
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Have Money Overseas? Here’s How to Report It
Offshore tax evasion is a serious offense and the IRS has taken measures to prevent it; Switzerland is generally closed off, and the organization has teamed with the UK and Australia to further discourage hiding money abroad. If you have money overse...
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