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Changes to the 2018 Tax Forms

Changes to the 2018 Tax Forms

Your 2018 1040 tax return will look very different than years past.  With the passing of the Jobs and Tax Act back in 2017, the Internal Revenue Service is experiencing the most substantial changes to the tax code in over 30 years.  These changes include...
Starting 2019 Off Right: Planning for 2019 Taxes

Starting 2019 Off Right: Planning for 2019 Taxes

It is important at the end of the year to start thinking about next year’s tax situation.  While it is likely too late in the year to fix any issues you had in 2018 with your withholding or estimated tax payments; but it is never too early to get your situation...
Top 4 Reasons Not to Ignore Tax Debt

Top 4 Reasons Not to Ignore Tax Debt

Tax Debt: A Debt Not to Ignore Owing taxes may not seem like a big deal. Tax debt is not immediately reported on your credit and the IRS seems to only send collection letters. While it is true, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is not usually aggressive the first...
Tax Consequences of Divorce

Tax Consequences of Divorce

If you are considering getting divorced, you must speak with a divorce attorney immediately. There may be potential tax consequences of divorce. During what could be the most trying part of one’s life, it may be hard to think about how getting a divorce can affect...