2019 IRS Tax Forums

Early Bird Registration for the IRS Tax Forums ends Saturday, June 15th. Have you registered? The yearly IRS Tax Forums are a great way to get the latest tax industry information, rub elbows with IRS representatives, learn about the latest and greatest tax industry services and products at the expo, and earn up to 19 […]

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Is Updating Your Website on Your Spring Cleaning Checklist?

Is updating your website on your spring cleaning checklist? When was the last time you made any major updates to the website for your tax preparation business? I’m not just talking about adding blogs or editing your service descriptions. I’m talking about really looking at your website for functionality and aesthetics. As you review your […]

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5 Reasons Tax Preparation is a Great Career After the Military

Transitioning to civilian life after the military can be extremely difficult. As a service member, you’re used to demanding tasks, a rigid schedule, and a process and procedure for everything you do. As a civilian, that’s not the case. In civilian life, you’re on your own, forced to blend in, find a job, and adjust […]

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IRS Penalty Waiver Expanded

The IRS announced they are expanding penalty relief to taxpayers whose 2018 federal income tax withholding and estimated tax payments fell short of their total tax liability for the year. The IRS is also lowering to 80 percent the threshold required to qualify for this relief. Under the relief originally announced Jan. 16th, the threshold […]

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