13 05, 2022

257. I Need to File Bankruptcy, But Have a Federal Audit – What Do I Do?

2022-05-13T15:48:50+00:00

Are you considering filing for bankruptcy, but have recently been selected for a federal audit? You may be wondering if this is relevant to your case. It is. And, you will need to disclose this information to your attorney, whether the audit has been completed or is still pending. But, what if you are just [...]

257. I Need to File Bankruptcy, But Have a Federal Audit – What Do I Do?2022-05-13T15:48:50+00:00
1 04, 2022

251. Did You Know That Unemployment Compensation is Taxable?

2022-04-04T20:00:41+00:00

Do you receive unemployment? If so, there is some important information about unemployment income and taxes that you need to know: Unemployment & Taxes First, according to the IRS, "all unemployment compensation is taxable in the tax year it is received." When you receive your 1099-G, you will be able to see the total amount [...]

251. Did You Know That Unemployment Compensation is Taxable?2022-04-04T20:00:41+00:00
11 03, 2022

248. Taxes Are Almost Due: Here’s What You Need to Know About Filing and Getting Rid of Your Tax Debt

2022-03-11T18:34:16+00:00

The IRS deadline to file your 2021 taxes approaching on April 18, 2022. Are you ready? Are you worried about not being able to pay your tax bill in full. Here is what you need to know: File On Time Yes, you should file on time, even if you are worried about not being able [...]

248. Taxes Are Almost Due: Here’s What You Need to Know About Filing and Getting Rid of Your Tax Debt2022-03-11T18:34:16+00:00
21 01, 2022

241. The Tax Deadline Will Not Be Extended This Year: Are You Ready?

2022-01-21T16:46:39+00:00

Did you know that the U.S. Treasury has no plans to delay the 2022 tax deadline? In fact, the deadline to file your 2021 taxes approaching on April 18, 2022. Are you ready? Maybe, you are worried about paying your tax bill in full. Here is what you need to know: File On Time! If [...]

241. The Tax Deadline Will Not Be Extended This Year: Are You Ready?2022-01-21T16:46:39+00:00
23 04, 2021

201. Avoiding Filing Your Taxes Because You Cannot Afford to Pay?

2021-08-16T08:57:38+00:00

The IRS deadline to file your 2020 taxes approaching on May 17, 2021. Are you ready? Maybe, you are worried about paying your tax bill in full. Sound familiar? Here is what you need to know: File On Time Anyway Yes, you should file anyway. Why? If you owe taxes and do not file their [...]

201. Avoiding Filing Your Taxes Because You Cannot Afford to Pay?2021-08-16T08:57:38+00:00
29 01, 2021

189. How COVID-19 is Impacting Tax Season

2021-08-16T11:45:43+00:00

Tax season is approaching quickly. Are you ready? With the pandemic, a delayed tax season from last year, and stimulus payments, IRS employees are dealing with a lot. There has never been a better time to file early and electronically, if possible. E-filing is more efficient and faster than mailing in your taxes. You can [...]

189. How COVID-19 is Impacting Tax Season2021-08-16T11:45:43+00:00
27 03, 2020

145. IRS Deadline Extended: What Does This Mean For Your Tax Debt?

2022-05-02T08:54:21+00:00

The IRS filing deadline has been extended for your tax returns. This changes the date from April 15 to July 15, 2020. Remember, if you cannot file by the extended date, the IRS does offer extensions. Contact the IRS if you need an extension. The extension will also apply to tax payments, and you will [...]

145. IRS Deadline Extended: What Does This Mean For Your Tax Debt?2022-05-02T08:54:21+00:00
21 02, 2020

140. Avoid These Common Tax Errors!

2021-08-16T12:04:43+00:00

Tax season is almost here and we want you to know the common errors that you should avoid when filing your taxes. Did you know that filing your tax return electronically can reduce errors? According to the IRS, the software will help you with the math, help you remember missing information, and even flag common [...]

140. Avoid These Common Tax Errors!2021-08-16T12:04:43+00:00
23 08, 2019

112. Do You Have an ITIN? You May Need to Renew Your Number

2022-04-28T06:43:33+00:00

If you have an expiring Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN), you will want to renew your number right away. Your number could be one of 2 million that will be expiring at the end of 2019. Renewing your ITIN number can help you to avoid tax refund delays next year. As we have previously discussed, [...]

112. Do You Have an ITIN? You May Need to Renew Your Number2022-04-28T06:43:33+00:00
22 03, 2019

90. Tax Season Is Almost Over: Looking For a Better Way To Use Your Refund?

2022-02-14T13:36:24+00:00

Are you expecting a tax refund this year? Don’t waste it on debt payments! Take control by eliminating your debt and increasing your credit score. So, How Do You Get Started? Instead of paying down a few thousand dollars of debt with your refund, you could use it to file for bankruptcy. This could wipe […]

90. Tax Season Is Almost Over: Looking For a Better Way To Use Your Refund?2022-02-14T13:36:24+00:00