Taxes

Saying “I DO”

You or someone you know is planning or has taken the step to say “I DO”.  Marriage changes many things and taxes is one of them. Newlyweds should know how tying the knot can affect their tax situation.  And the effect happens long before you file your first “Married, filing jointly” income tax return.  Here […]

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Things to Remember When Selling a House

The temperatures outside are hot and so is the current real estate market.  It is a seller’s market.  Just speak with a realtor or a real estate attorney.  Kelly Dugan, real estate attorney at Capehart, has shared that despite her years of handling real estate transactions, she is seeing new situations almost daily.  There are […]

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Income Tax Refund Myths

Tax season is once again behind us and if you are entitled to a refund, you are anxiously awaiting for the same.  But, with the pandemic, some people are still awaiting their 2019 refunds, let alone their 2020 refunds.  There are facts about receiving your refund and there are plenty of myths about refunds.  Here […]

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Do You Owe Money to the IRS? Help is Available.

So, the dreaded news is received – you owe the IRS.  What to do?  Fear not; there is help available.  It is called an offer in compromise and may help some taxpayers. An offer in compromise is an agreement between the taxpayer and the IRS that settles a tax debt for less than the full […]

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Receive a Notice from the IRS? Don’t Ignore It!

While many of us panic to see a piece of mail from the IRS, it isn’t always bad news.  So, please do yourself a favor and read the notice; don’t panic.  The IRS may send you a letter or notice if you have a balance due, if there is an adjustment in the amount of […]

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Income Tax Filing For Seniors and Retirees

If you are a senior or a retiree, do you know that you can file your income taxes for free using Free File online, including the ability to use direct deposit for refunds?  This is available from various tax software companies, free of charge, and is accessible through the IRS website – irs.gov.    Using […]

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Important Tax Tips You Need To Remember

We received a little gift in that the deadline for our 2020 income tax returns was extended until May 17, 2021. While that extension may have allowed us to breathe a sigh of relief, one should not delay preparing and filing their returns. The extra month will come and go before we know it. If […]

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Income Tax Filing Deadline for 2020 Taxes

The IRS has announced that the filing deadline for individuals – Form 1040 – has been extended until May 17, 2021.  More information will be forthcoming, but if you were beginning to panic, you can now relax.  “This continues to be a tough time for many people, and the IRS wants to continue to do […]

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Tax Season Is Upon Us

Yes, it is once again tax season.  Your mailbox has probably started to receive those ever important tax information mailings.  So, what can you do to help ease the stress that often comes with tax season?  First of all, remember irs.gov.  There are many resources available that can be found by searching the site and […]

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What’s New To Consider When Filing Your 2020 Income Taxes

Looking for highlights of items to keep in mind for your 2020 income taxes and the changes that could impact you?  The IRS has a special page on IRS.gov that outlines many tips and explanations about returns for 2020.       Here are some of the highlights to remember: If you received a Recovery Rebate Credit/Economic […]

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