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Now that most tax refunds are deposited directly into taxpayers’ bank accounts, the dream of opening your mailbox and finding an IRS refund is all but gone. However, the IRS still sends letters that can increase taxpayers’ heart rates; because of extensive computer matching, the IRS does most of its auditing through correspondence. CP-Series Notice – When the IRS detects a potential issue with your tax return, it...Read More
If you’re reading this, the chances are high that you’re one of the many, many people who have received a notice from the Internal Revenue Service. Some level of correspondence with the IRS is natural ‒ particularly leading up to and in the immediate aftermath of tax season. But if you’ve received notification that the government is about to file a tax lien or tax levy against you, suddenly you’re talking...Read More
Avoid these mistakes so you don’t end up owing the IRS more than the minimum you’re required to pay. Taxes are very complicated — and unfortunately the stakes are high when you’re submitting info to the IRS. If you make an error, you could end up being audited and potentially owing penalties for back taxes. Or you could find yourself paying more than you actually should given your situation. You...Read More
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has issued a warning about a new twist on the old IRS impersonation phone scam. In this version of the scam, criminals try to convince taxpayers that they are calling from the Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS). The TAS is an independent organization within the IRS. Its missions is to protect your rights as a taxpayer and to help you with tax problems you can’t resolve on your own. TAS...Read More
If you have received an IRS envelope from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in your mailbox that does not contain a refund check, it will probably cause an increase your heart rate likely increased. But Don’t panic, though; most of the issues in these letters can be dealt with simply and painlessly. Every year, the IRS sends millions of letters and notices to taxpayers, notifying them of changes to their account,...Read More
Politics & Profits with Rick Amato Watch this short video clip as Phil Liberatore explains the reasons why Americans are receiving smaller refunds or no refunds this tax filing year. According to IRS data for the second week of this year’s filing season, the average federal tax refund amount was down 8.7%, to $1,949, compared with the same window last year. The total number of refunds issued dropped by...Read More
We have just posted the 2019 NEW YEAR TAX PLANNING LETTER on our website. Here are headlines from the Letter. To read any of these articles, click HERE. Will these new changes alter your 2019 tax plan? Although it’s been a year since we’ve seen major tax legislation, there are a few big changes you may want to consider as you plan for the year ahead: CLICK HERE to continue reading. Your top 3 go-tax moves...Read More
We have just posted the MARCH 2018 issue of the ONLINE ADVISOR newsletter on our website. Here are a few headlines from that issue. To read any of these articles, click on the link at the end of this email. ALERT: EXPIRED HOME AND EDUCATION TAX BREAKS REVIVED Congress passed a federal budget bill in early February that temporarily revived several expired tax breaks for the 2017 tax year. Find out what’s included....Read More
Phil L. Liberatore CPA, A Professional Corporation is working hard to keep you informed and up to date on current tax and accounting news potentially affecting you, your families and your business. THE TAX REFORM BILL PASSED CONGRESS – What should I do? Congress has put a bow on the biggest tax cut bill since 1986.It is estimated that 80% of tax payers will see some form of a reduction in their tax bill. The...Read More
We have just posted the DECEMBER 2017 issue of the ONLINE ADVISOR newsletter on our website. Here are a few headlines from that issue. To read any of these articles, click on the link at the end of this email. GET READY TO SAVE MORE IN 2018 Good news! You can save more for retirement using tax-advantaged accounts, thanks to the IRS contribution rate boost. Here’s what you need to know to start saving more....Read More
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