A Nation of Tax Cheats!

Posted by on Jul 29, 2013 in General | 0 comments

Despite what certain voices would claim over the internets, the truth is that we don’t have the choice to “not file” or “not pay” what the tax laws say we owe. That’s why the IRS audits returns and has all sorts of mechanisms (liens, refund offsets) to encourage us to file by each April 15, […]

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Is There Really Any Difference?

Posted by on Feb 27, 2011 in Tax Planning and Preparation | 0 comments

There’s a news story floating around the other week about politicians having to prepare their own taxes. (Here’s what I’m referring to, btw: https://www.nytimes.com/2011/02/13/business/yourtaxes/13essay.html) Apparently, the proposal gets a few laughs from those who hear about it, because, really — it’s becoming mind-numbingly complex, even for many professionals. You think I’m kidding on that one? […]

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Questions to ask your Tax Preparer

Posted by on Dec 1, 2009 in General | 0 comments

These are the questions that a small business owner should be asking before hiring an accountant or better yet, who is this person and why should you trust them to do your tax return. 1. Do they offer Double, No-Risk, Money-Back Guarantee? #1: Guaranteed Accuracy Or You Don’t Pay! #2: Guaranteed Satisfaction Or You Don’t […]

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