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By Liberty Tax Service
Students Can Learn to Prepare Taxes with No Obligation and No Prior Tax Experience Necessary

By Safe Harbor Accounting
During the summer many parents may be planning the time between school years for their children while they work or look for work.

By Safe Harbor Accounting
Understanding the Gift Giving Tax Excess gift giving could cause a tax surprise

By Safe Harbor Accounting
Prospective changes in the capital gains tax rate after 2012 may motivate investors to sell holdings that have appreciated. Capital gains rates are set to go up 33% in 2013, and a proactive capital gains strategy may save you some money.

By Safe Harbor Accounting
When we meet clients to review their tax information, there often is a frequent question. "Which retirement option is better, the Roth option of my employer's retirement plan or the traditional option?"

By Safe Harbor Accounting
Summer's here and if you've been thinking about "going green" and making your home more energy efficient, then there's no time like the present, especially if you take advantage of residential energy tax credits still available to homeowners.

By Safe Harbor Accounting
Think twice about automatically paying the amount due on a notice. We have seen some interesting things.Quotes from actual IRS correspondence received by clients:

By TaxesWillTravel.com
TaxesWillTravel.com, an Online Tax Preparation Service by C. Ingraham, a Registered Tax Preparer has announced the availability of professional tax preparation services for unfiled tax returns to individual tax payers

By William D. Truax, E.A. Inc. Tax Advisors
Firm Sets Strong Financial Policies For Growing Company Payrolls Administration

By National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP)
NATP will continue to work with the IRS until official clarification and possible provision changes are released regarding a specific Circular 230 provision.

By Kirk Ward
Marketing accounting services requires a focused plan to ensure adequate growth rates. Practitioners using focused “rainmaker” plans are posting annual growth rates of 20% or better.

By National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP)
The National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP) recently held its National Conference in St. Louis, MO. As is tradition for NATP members, money was raised during the four-day event for a charity in the host city.

By William D. Truax E.A., Inc.
William D. Truax Professional Tax Advisors Speak About Role of Tax Planning

By Couto DeFranco
IRS Regulates Tax Preparers with Penalties and Requirement to Register / Preparer and Taxpayer Penalties / Changes in Tax Law

By William D. Truax E.A., Inc.
Tax Advisors Firm Has Excellent Reputation and Experience Representing Clients

By L-Tron Corporation
Taking into account industry trends toward bar coding of tax forms and paperless initiatives, L-Tron Corp. provides innovative technology for personal income tax preparers, leading to increased productivity, fewer errors, and improved workflow.

By National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP)
Taxpayers are bombarded with emails claiming to be from the IRS and asking for personal information. The subject titles on many of these emails suggest the IRS is trying to contact you because they have a refund for you.

By National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP)
As Americans reach out to help with the Japanese disaster relief, there are some tax considerations to keep in mind. The IRS allows taxpayers to report certain charitable contributions as itemized deductions.

By National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP)
There is the credit for child and dependent care expenses offered on your individual tax return. The credit can be up to 35 percent of your qualifying expenses, depending upon your adjusted gross income.

By National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP)
At the close of each tax filing season, the IRS compiles a list of the most common errors taxpayers make when filing their tax returns. The most frequent for the past several years is incorrect Social Security numbers being submitted.

By National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP)
Many tax professionals and soldiers are unaware of the Retroactive Stop Loss Special Pay (RSLSP) and how it can affect their 2010 tax return.

By National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP)
In an effort to continue to provide the best tax educational experience, NATP has implemented a new online learning system, the Tax Education Center.

By National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP)
Determining the tax consequences that can arise during a divorce or marital separation can be vital for the financial protection and well being of you and your family. It’s important to understand applicable tax laws before making any decisions.

By National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP)
Members of the military and their families may be eligible for special tax benefits.

By National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP)
Many Americans are choosing to become consultants that visit homes to sell make-up, jewelry, candles, kitchen utensils, and food products. Some may not realize the tax implications of becoming a sole proprietor and what they need to do to file taxes.

By National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP)
Not so long ago e-filing taxes wasn’t very common. Approximately 70% of all federal tax returns filed in 2010 were done so electronically. Those who don’t e-file their tax return are now the exception.

By National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP)
The IRS addresses tax preparer registration, tax preparer requirements, and PTIN concerns: Preparing Returns After 1/1/11, Paper Inventory, Phone Demand, Transition Notice 2011-6, and Online Authentication.

By National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP)
Your tax return can be done more accurately and in a shorter period of time if all of the information is available at your initial appointment with your tax preparer, so being organized can help both you and your tax preparer.

By National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP)
Tax season is a stressful time for tax preparers. Do you have everything you need to ensure a smooth running, efficient office? The National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP) has compiled a list of tax office supplies you need for tax season.

By National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP)
The National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP) delivers a message to all tax professionals about the importance of following the new IRS PTIN requirements and what you need to do to be compliant with the new rules and ready for tax season.

By Back to Basics Income Tax Seminars
Arizona tax seminars for all levels of tax professionals will be provided by Back to Basics Income Tax Seminars in November 2010. These cutting edge income tax seminars will be held in Flagstaff, Mesa, Phoenix, Scottsdale and Tucson, AZ.

By CEL Finance Services
CEL Finance Services is pleased to announce the launch of its sleek new website specifically designed for individuals & small businesses seeking a qualified mobile income tax preparer in Fillmore, California and surrounding communities.

By Todd Rivenbark & Puryear, PLLC
The Dunn office of Todd Rivenbark & Puryear, PLLC has moved to 110 Commerce Drive in Dunn in what was previously the Progress Energy building. The firm partners purchased the 9.300 square foot building in December 2009.

By Ms. Lorraine Roeser,
Results of Removing Bank Levies and Wage Garnishments separate BlueTax from their Tax Relief competitors.

By Jodi Chambers-Wilson
H1B Tax Accounting stays in the loop on all current IRS tax laws and changes. In the upcoming year H1B Tax Accounting spoksperson stated, “We look forward to the IRS regulating tax preparers.”

By California Tax Education Council
Haven't filed your tax return yet? The California Tax Education Council cautions consumers to watch out for tax scams.

By California Tax Education Council
The California Tax Education Council warns thousands of tax preparers are doing business illegally statewide.

By Right Now Marketing Group
Every year, Congress makes changes in the tax laws, so it is wise to consider how your tax planning will be affected



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