IRS Tips
Tax Reform: Shreek! 

We all know that change is coming to America, more specifically, to our tax law and healthcare. Headlines have been […]

Lessons learned from recent IRS audits

Lessons learned from recent IRS audits For the past few years, the media has been giving us a false sense […]

End-of-the-Year Money Moves

Here are some things you might want to do before saying goodbye to 2016. What has changed for you in […]

W-2, 1095 and 1099 Reporting Myths

As tax-filing season approaches, make sure your small business clients understand their reporting requirements before it’s too late. Use these […]

ALERT: De Minimis Safe Harbor Amount Increased From $500 to $2,500

The IRS announced yesterday, November 24, that it has increased from $500 to $2,500 the maximum threshold for expensing certain […]

IRS Tax Tips for Starting a Business

Before starting your own business, get all the tax basics at the Small Business and Self-Employed Tax Center on […]

Know These Tips If You Travel for Charity Work

Did you donate your services to charity this summer? Did you travel as part of your service? If so, some […]

Failing to File 2014 Tax Returns Will Prevent Advance Payments in 2016

If you received advance payments of the Premium Tax Credit in 2014 under the health care law, you should file […]

Tax Tips – Hobbies That Earn Income

Most people have fun hobbies that they enjoy, and some even earn income from their hobbies! Hobbies like coin collecting, […]

Tax Tips for the Military

Are you a member of the U.S. Armed Forces? If so, special tax breaks may apply to you. Some types […]