IRS Adds Security

IRS Announces New, Fraud-Busting Tax Filing Protocols Starting in 2016, taxpayers who e-file their returns can expect to spend a little more time filing their taxes. That seems to be the only real fallout from an effort by the Internal Revenue Service, state tax agencies, and members of the tax industry to combat the recent […]

Tax Exempt Organizations Filing Deadline with IRS is Drawing Close

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On May 5th, 2015 we learned that the Internal Revenue Service has been planning to create a deadline for many tax-exempt organizations for a ‘Form 990’ and that deadline seems to be set for May 15th. With such a deadline drawing close rather quickly, the large group of organizations were warned by the IRS to […]

IRS Reminds Taxpayers about the Tax Provisions of the Health Care Law

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Taxpayers should not put aside the tax provisions of the health care law because it will affect the 2014 income tax returns. Every taxpayer is affected by this individual shared responsibility provision. And some other taxpayers are affected by the premium tax credit if they purchased the health coverage through the marketplace. Each taxpayer is […]

IRS Offers Last-Minute Filing Tips


Nobody likes getting in trouble with taxes. Some errors may occur during your payment process. It can lead into a delay or other problems. Don’t let that happen to you. The IRS (Internal Revenue Service) offers tips to help taxpayers like you who are still working on your 2014 taxes. Here are some steps you […]