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Welcome to Your Tax Assistant

TAX UPDATES & ASSISTANCE

Tax time can be very frustrating whether you are a individual, business or organization. Our goal is to take the worry off of you and make filing your taxes a smooth process.

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WHAT WE DO

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STRENGTHEN YOUR FINANCES

  Business mentors are key—that’s why when it comes to client selection, we’re choosy. We want to give each of you the time and guidance you deserve.  Whether you’re seeking a strategic alliance with the right partner or a special skillset or tool, call us today. Together we’ll create and refine your plan for success. We didn’t get there alone. And neither will you.   

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PLAN FOR TAX SEASON

Plan now, save later. One way we do our best to ensure you get the biggest tax refund within the law is by planning ahead. How do you plan? The #1 things is to Keep track of your expenses throughout the year. Contact us for expense forms. 2. Make sure enough taxes are being withheld by your employer. 3. Contact us in advance with any concerns regarding your taxes.

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OPEN YEAR ROUND

We are here for you to assist you with planning, Prepare your taxes and assist you with any letters or audit from the IRS. Refer your friends and family and save on your fee or receive cash. Thank you for your continued support.

TAX & CORONAVIRUS UPDATES

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EXTENDED FILING & PAYMENT DEADLINE

I The Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service has extended the filing due date from April 15 to July 15, 2020. Taxpayers who owe can also defer payments due on April 15 to July 15, 2020 without penalties and interest, regardless of the amount owed. This deferment applies to all taxpayers, including trust & estates, corporations and other non-corporate tax filers as well as those who pay self-employment tax.

CORONAVIRUS STIMULUS UPDATE

 

Coronavirus Stimulus Update

With the Senate approving the $2 trillion stimulus bill, and the House and President indicating their pending approval, we are having frequent conversations with the IRS about how stimulus disbursements will be issued.
It is the position of the Tax Bank that stimulus recipients are best served receiving their payment directly from the IRS rather than from their Tax Pro.
We will provide updates as more information is available.

WHO WILL GET A STIMULUS CHECK & WHEN

Your eligibility is based on your most recent tax return and your adjusted gross income. If you already filed your 2019 taxes, your eligibility will be based on that. If not the Internal Revenue Service will use your 2018 taxes to determine if you qualify.

The benefit us available not only to those who have filed taxes, but those who receive Social Security benefits as long as they've received their SSA-1099 form.

Internal Revenue Service will start distributing Stimulus check April 6.

PROTECT YOUR FAMILY AND YOUR ASSETS

FIVE STEPS TAXPAYERS CAN TAKE NOW TO PROTECT AGAINST IDENTITY THEFT

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All taxpayers should make sure they’re doing everything they can to prevent a thief from stealing their identity.

Tax-related ID theft occurs when someone uses a taxpayer’s stolen personal information to file a tax return claiming a fraudulent refund. The thieves use personal information like a stolen Social Security number.

The IRS and its partners are constantly working to combat these types of crimes, but they can’t do it alone. Taxpayers play an important role when it comes to preventing identify theft.

Here are some tips to help taxpayers protect themselves against identity theft. Taxpayers should:

  • Always use security software. This software should have firewall and anti-virus protections.

  • Use strong, unique passwords. They should also consider using a password manager.

  • Learn to recognize and avoid phishing emails, threatening calls and texts from thieves. These scammers pose as legitimate organizations such as banks, credit card companies, and even the IRS.

  • Not click on links in unsolicited emails or messages from unknown senders. Also, people shouldn’t click on links or download attachments from emails that seem suspicious, even if they appear to be from senders they know.

  • Protect personal information and that of any dependents. For example, people shouldn’t routinely carry around their Social Security cards. They should also make sure tax records are secure.

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