June 27, 2022

Protecting Your Digital Footprint

In today’s digital age, it is impossible to avoid the internet. Even if you don’t have a computer and actively avoid social media, there is information […]
June 27, 2022

Year-round tax planning: Understanding eligibility for credits and deductions

From IRS.govTax credits and deductions can help lower the amount of tax owed. All taxpayers should begin planning now to take advantage of the credits and deductions […]
June 17, 2022

IRS releases 2022 “Dirty Dozen” list

From IRS.gov On June 10th, The Internal Revenue Service wrapped up its annual “Dirty Dozen” scams list for the 2022 filing season, with a warning to […]
June 15, 2022

Best Practices for Managing Your Business Through an Economic Downturn

The United States economy is nothing if not cyclical – which can be a good thing or a bad thing depending on when you’re trying to […]
June 1, 2022

Is Your Will or Trust Up to Date?

When was the last time you or your attorney reviewed or updated your will or trust? If it was some time ago before the passage of […]
May 27, 2022

Make Your Child’s Summer Break a Tax Break

As a busy working parent, you may be on the lookout for activities that are available for your kids this summer. There may be a solution […]
May 23, 2022

Vacation Costs That Sneak Up On You

Going on vacation is a time to get away, relax and enjoy new experiences. But if you don’t pay close attention, extra costs can sneak up […]
May 16, 2022

When Can You Dump Old Tax Records?

Taxpayers often question how long records must be kept and the amount of time IRS has to audit a return after it is filed. It all […]
May 5, 2022

What To Do With Mail From The IRS

From IRS.gov Taxpayers should open and carefully read any mail from the IRS.The IRS mails letters or notices to taxpayers for a variety of reasons including: […]