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Here you can find helpful information such as IRS Quick links, tax tips, tax calendar for Business & Self-Employed as well as other resources Office Calendar, Tax Organizer, Engagement Letter, etc. Don’t Forget to see our Frequently Asked Questions!
Click here to find the status of your refund, make a tax payment, track an amended return, or get an online transcript.
These tax tips are designed to answer questions and help you compile information needed to complete your tax returns or help you with your small business.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
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Why should I use a CPA for my taxes?
In this day and age, everyone is money-conscious and looking for alternatives to services that have traditionally been provided for by professionals. Money management and tax preparation are often some of the things deemed “disposable” by many who want to save, causing them to seek out the lowest costs, including self-preparation, but that can often be to their detriment. This can be especially true for individuals or businesses that have need for complicated returns with many forms and schedules that need to be completed.
How Can Identity Theft Affect Me?
Most often, victims of identity theft via tax return are unaware that their identity has been stolen until they try to file a tax return. In most cases, it is a case of a social security number that has already been used to file a return – either the tax payer or one of their dependents. Typically, the result is that the return is denied by the IRS and the tax payer is forced to fill out paperwork stating their identity has been used to file a fraudulent return and prove their identity with documentation.
Be Alert to IRS Scammers
Scammers pretending to be from the IRS continue to target taxpayers. These scams take many different forms. Among the most common are phone calls and fake emails. Thieves use the IRS name, logo or a fake website to try and steal money from taxpayers. Identity theft can also happen with such scams.
Taxpayers need to be cautious of phone calls or automated messages from scammers who claim to be from the IRS. These criminals often say the taxpayer owes money. They also demand immediate payment. Scammers also lie to taxpayers and say they are due a refund. They do this to lure their victims into giving their bank account information over the phone. The IRS warns taxpayers not to fall for these scams.
The New 2020 IRS Form W-4
The IRS has finally released the new 2020 Form W-4. We know there will be a lot of questions regarding how to fill it out and we are currently looking into posting a tutorial. In the mean time, you can find the new form HERE. If you have questions in the mean time, the IRS also has a FAQs page set up that you can access: https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/faqs-on-the-2020-form-w-4
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