New IRS Tool for Tax Professionals

The IRS announced a new feature today that gives your clients online access to authorize you to represent them or...

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5 Tips for Helping Clients Who Make Charitable Donations

If you have clients who enjoy making donations, their books may look a little different. So, you need to keep a...

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IRS Mailing Families About Child Tax Credit

On Monday, the IRS began sending out letters to more than 36 million families, providing them with more information...

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Advance Payments for Child Tax Credit Start in July

Starting this summer, many families will receive advance payments of the Child Tax Credit (CTC). Under the American...

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Tax Advisors Victorious over IRS

In general, taxpayers have generally lacked the power to sue the IRS unless the IRS claims that the taxpayer owe...

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Deducting The Costs of Working From Home

Many people who previously worked in offices or other places of business now find themselves working from home. And...

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Old and Gray... And Taxed

Paying taxes is never enjoyable, but it’s fairly straightforward for wage earners. But as taxpayers age and retire,...

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Don't Let Auto Expenses Drive You Crazy!

If you have road warriors among your clients, they should be deducting automobile expenses as business expenses. Yet...

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A Bookkeeper’s Wish for 1099 Filing

Another 1099 filing season was passing. As I struggled to obtain information to file those pesky forms, I thought...

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