IRS Extends Tax Deadline in Response to COVID-19

IRS Extends Tax Deadline in Response to COVID-19

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the IRS recently announced that the tax deadline to file 2019 returns has been moved from April 15th, 2020 to July 15th, 2020. This change was publicized after President Donald Trump’s emergency declaration pursuant to the...
When Will You Get Your Tax Refund?

When Will You Get Your Tax Refund?

While preparing and filing your taxes might not be the most enjoyable experience, there is one facet of tax season that many businesses look forward to each year: refunds. If you have paid more than your fair share of taxes throughout the year and can prove so through...
IRS Requires Tax Exempt Organizations to E-file Forms

IRS Requires Tax Exempt Organizations to E-file Forms

IRS Requires Tax Exempt Organizations to E-file Forms Due to a change in legislation, tax exempt organizations who previously filed hard copies of Forms 490 (Return of Organization Exempt from Income Tax,) 490-PF (Return of Private Foundation or Section 4947(a)(1)...
IRS Wage Garnishments and How to Get Them Released

IRS Wage Garnishments and How to Get Them Released

In the event that you owe taxes to the IRS and do not have an arrangement to pay such as an extension, payment plan, offer in compromise, or “currently not collectable” status, the IRS may seek wage garnishment. IRS wage garnishments are funds taken directly out of...
Tax Deadlines Extended for Imelda Victims

Tax Deadlines Extended for Imelda Victims

Between September 17th and 21st, Tropical Storm Imelda caused chaos in Texas and Louisiana, bringing up to 43 inches of flooding rain to some areas. The tempest caused at least 5 deaths and over 2 billion dollars in damages, leaving many families without homes or...

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