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While completing your tax return on your own may save you a little money in tax preparation fees, it may not be the money savings strategy you’d hoped. When your taxes were figured incorrectly, you could end up with fees or penalties as a result. ...

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If you or a member of your family was ill, some or all of the medical expenses may be eligible for deductions. Just how much you can deduct, though, depends on several factors, and an experienced tax accountant can help you understand what you are allowed to deduct. ...

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Unlike other accountants, Enrolled Agents focus exclusively on taxation year-round. They are trained to handle federal tax matters at both individual and corporate levels and are up-to-date on regulations that govern IRS collections and audits. ...

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It would be nice if every tax regulation was black and white, but the truth is that some tax laws require a certain amount of interpretation. Your tax accountant is knowledgeable about the laws and can help guide you to the best decisions for your personal or business taxes. ...

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Enrolled agents (or EAs) can be thought of as the tax professionals of the nation. While other types of accountants may assist businesses with taxes, an EA's only focus is on tax law as it relates to individuals and businesses. ...

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While no one loves the idea of giving the government more money each April, they especially dislike the idea of giving Uncle Sam too much. When you want to ensure you meet your tax obligations without overpaying, we can help. ...

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Are you about to start your own business or embark on a new business venture? Consulting with a CPA is a good place to start. Not only can he or she help you prepare, but also assist with strategies and tax preparation. ...

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My company is very small and is doing well. Why do I need a CPA to prepare financial statements? Experts say financial statements can help to catch problems before they fully surface. In addition, banks will want financial statements before considering loans and if you ever sell your business, potential buyers will want several years of financial statements to get a better view of the company. ...

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An amended return is an income tax return form that is filed when a mistake was made on the original return. In most cases, the person filing the amended return either owes money or is owed money by the tax agency. ...

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We recognize that it’s not always easy to tell which deductions you actually qualify for when you’re still getting the hang of your new business finances. Working with a CPA can help you gain a deeper understanding of what expenses could help you save at tax time. ...

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