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Social Security Benefit Loophole Ended

Cross References • Public Law 114-74, Subtitle C, Section 831 The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015, signed into law on November 2, 2015, contains a provision that closes a loophole in the rules for collecting Social Security benefits. The provision has to do with the so called “file and suspend” strategy. Section 831 of the […]

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Tax Scams – How to Protect Yourself

There are many tax scams out there with the purpose of stealing your identity, stealing your money, or filing fraudulent tax returns using your private information. Tax scammers work year-round, not just during tax season and target virtually everyone. Stay alert to the ways criminals pose as the IRS to trick you out of your […]

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IRS Offers New Cash Payment Option

Cross References • IR-2016-56, April 6, 2016 The Internal Revenue Service has announced a new payment option for individual taxpayers who need to pay their taxes with cash. In partnership with ACI Worldwide’s OfficialPayments.com and the PayNearMe Company, individuals can now make a payment without the need of a bank account or credit card at […]

IRS Due Date Changes

Changes in Tax Year 2016 filing dates

Dear Clients, The IRS has changed some of the filing deadlines for tax returns and informational documents, effective with your 2016 returns. This means that you may need to plan to get us your information quite a bit sooner than before in order to file your 2016 return timely. Please note that pending legislation for […]