Buying a piece of property is a decision that most residential and commercial buyers do not take lightly. They want to make sure they will get their money’s worth out of the property in which they invest.
People who claim the standard deduction typically do not have to concern themselves with the newest tax codes. However, when you plan on itemizing your deductions this tax season, you should review the latest tax code changes so you know how they will affect your return. Before you file your taxes, you will need to know how the changes made with the Tax Cuts and Job Act will impact the deductions you plan to make on your upcoming taxes.Read More >
For business owners everywhere, the end of the year means that it is time to get ready to file their businesses’ tax returns. Rather than wait until the last possible minute, you can get ready now for tax filing season with some common sense advance planning. These strategies could help you maximize your deductions, lower your taxable income, and possibly increase the amount of your tax refund.Read More >
Tax codes are subject to change with each passing year. For the upcoming 2018 tax year, the changes can significantly impact the way you file your return. Before you file, you may want to learn more about the new IRS tax brackets and how the tax code changes could affect what deductions you plan to take when you file your taxes.Read More >
Sending your children to day camp or summer camp can be an expensive endeavor. Even so, you may believe you have no other option for child care if you are working or going to school full-time or on the lookout for new employment.Read More >
Tax deductions reduce the amount of taxes you owe to the IRS and ease the financial burden you face when you file your returns each year. However, some of the most lucrative eligible deductions are overlooked simply because most taxpayers do not know about them. You could lower your tax obligation and even get a refund by claiming these deductions if you are eligible for them.Read More >
Preparing to Prepare – Get Ready to File Your Taxes
Get ready for Tuesday, April 17, this year’s deadline for filing federal taxes with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The preparation required to put together your return can be a headache and a chore. You’ll spend time getting receipts in order and collecting tax paperwork received in the mail. Making sure you have everything needed to sit down and prepare your taxes or hand them to a professional is often just as much work as preparing the tax return. Here are some tips for getting ready to file your taxes.Read More >
Hurricane Harvey has proven to be one of the country's worst natural disasters. Millions of home and business owners continue to put their lives back together and attempt to regain some sense of normal.
As you work to rebuild your home or business, you may wonder how you can meet important upcoming tax filing deadlines. You can meet your tax filing obligation without adding worry or stress to your recovery efforts by utilizing the Hurricane Harvey tax relief options available to you today.