If you have recently gone through any major changes this blog can help you understand what you need to do for your taxes and how it can change the outcome.

3 Actions To Lower Your Small Business Tax Responsibility

4 May 2018
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As a small business owner, you want to make sure that you turn a profit and are able to keep your business going. Part of keeping your business running effectively is understanding properly how to reduce your small business tax responsibility through actions you can use to reduce your tax liability. Whether you hire a small business bookkeeping service or keep your own books in-house, these tips can help. Spend Money On Training & Education
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Items On Which The IRS Can Place A Tax Lien

8 November 2017
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Everyone knows that if you do not pay your taxes, the IRS will come after you to get the money owed. They may either sue you for the money or place a tax lien on you. The tax lien can come in one of several forms, as the following will show: Tax Lien Against Future Refunds Most people would consider this the worst possible kind of lien because they depend upon an annual tax refund to settle old bills or get something they have wanted for a long time.
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Tips To Reduce The Stress Of Preparing Your Taxes

16 April 2017
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Filing your yearly taxes is something that can be a source of great stress and confusion. This can be particularly true for those that are not well-informed when it comes to taxes. In order to keep your taxes from causing any unnecessary stress, you will want to utilize some tips throughout this process. Keep Your Business And Personal Finances Separate If you own a business, you will likely need to file taxes for both your enterprise as well as for yourself.
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What To Do When You Are Delinquent On Your Property Taxes

15 March 2016
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Whatever the reason for falling behind, finding out that you are delinquent on your property taxes can be a nerve-wracking experience. Among other things, the taxing authority that you owe money to can take away your home. Just because your home is at risk does not mean that you will have an easier time of coming up with the money you need to pay off your taxes, and paying the penalties and fees associated with falling behind on your taxes does not make the situation any easier.
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Filing Your Taxes For The First Time: Tips For You

18 January 2016
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When you reach early adulthood and need to file your own taxes for the first time in your life, the whole process can seem overwhelming and even frightening. However, it does not have to be. Get to know a little bit more about the tax filing process and the factors that you will need to consider when doing so, and you will be able to successfully make it through your first tax season and get the best refund possible.
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About Me
life changes that change your tax filing

Last year, I went through several changes in my life that changed a lot of things on my taxes. I got married in January, bought a house in February and had a baby in November, so there were a lot of changes that I wasn't sure how to handle. I decided that this was the year to work with a professional tax preparer to ensure I was going to get as much of a refund as possible. If you have recently gone through any, or all of these changes, my blog can help you understand what you need to do for your taxes and how it can change the outcome.