Flags on Poles Near Building

Each year I provide a tax organizer document for each of my tax preparation clients to complete. It requests demographic information and answers to several questions about the client’s tax situation. These questions ask about the client’s income and deductions and seek information to determine the client’s tax reporting obligations. One question that appears on… [Read More].

Third Party Reporting Shock

Are you in shock about a tax notice that you received from the IRS? Do you wonder where tax notices come from? Many of them originate from the IRS’s Automated Underreporter (AUR) program. Using a taxpayer’s tax identification number (such as a social security number or employer identification number), the IRS compares a taxpayer’s filed… [Read More].

2018 tax cuts and audits

Hiring a quality tax professional is becoming increasingly important. Most informed taxpayers are aware that the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act, which went into effect in 2018 cut Treasury’s revenue by billions of dollars. Given that over 90% of the federal government’s revenue is generated by the IRS, and that government expenditures only appear to… [Read More].

Are you audit target

Having a tax return selected for audit is probably on the top five list of things most people would rather avoid. . .but is it avoidable? Many taxpayers believe that audits are random and that their own individual risk of being audited is low based on articles that float around the internet and the taxpayer’s… [Read More].

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