Category Archives: IRS Articles

Don’t assume it’s correct, just because it’s the IRS

Quotes from actual IRS correspondence received by clients: “Our records show we received a 1040X…for the tax year listed above. We’re sorry but we cannot find it.” “Our records show you owe a balance due of $0.00. If we do … Continue reading

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New job? Four choices for your existing 401(k)

Changing jobs and companies can be an exciting opportunity, but you have a choice to make. What will you do with the retirement savings you have accrued in your 401(k)? Consider these four choices: Withdraw the money and don’t reinvest … Continue reading

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Tax-Deductible Expenses: Are You Recording All of Them?

2017 income tax preparation seems a long way off. Make it easier by tracking all the deductions you can take. You’ve heard it said before: Tax planning should be a year-round process. It’s so true. Your life will be a … Continue reading

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Don’t underestimate the power of curb appeal

If you want to improve your home’s market value, curb appeal matters. The condition of your front yard, entry area, driveway, and sidewalks will color the impression of everything else a potential buyer sees during a visit. Homes with great … Continue reading

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New relief for 60-day rollover errors

One of the pitfalls of receiving a distribution from your IRA with the intention of “rolling it over,” or depositing it into another IRA or retirement plan, is the 60-day rule. Under the rule, you’re required to complete the rollover … Continue reading

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Using a Vehicle for Business: Q&A

IRS rules and exceptions abound, but there are some questions we can answer simply. Next to your home, your car is probably the most expensive investment you make. And the costs of paying for and maintaining it can be considerable. … Continue reading

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