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IRS Pinpoints Latest Audit Targets

Posted by: tgilpin | Posted on: October 22nd, 2012

The IRS is on the lookout for certain items when choosing tax returns to audit. This article details some of the current and on-going individual and business audit targets based on recent IRS tax forums.  Read More

Charitable Gifts of Property: Follow Stringent Rules to Ensure Deductions

Posted by: tgilpin | Posted on: August 27th, 2012

There are tough requirements under federal tax law for deducting charitable gifts of property on your tax return. If you don’t follow all the rules, you could lose a deduction.  Learn more about the tax law as well as a specific court case highlighting some key concepts.  Read More

Details on the Supreme Court’s Health Care Ruling

Posted by: tgilpin | Posted on: July 2nd, 2012

The Supreme Court’s June 28 ruling that upholds the healthcare law has significant implications for individuals, businesses, insurance companies and the nation’s medical system. Here is a look at the High Court’s decision, along with 10 ways the law may affect you.  Read More

Tax Identity Theft is a Growing Problem

Posted by: tgilpin | Posted on: June 4th, 2012

There are so many different ways for criminals to commit identity theft, including stealing a person’s identity by filing tax returns in his or her name. The number of tax identity theft cases has skyrocketed in the past few years, according to a recent government report. This article explains the problem, as well as a new IRS program to help combat tax ID theft.  Read More

Five Apps to Help You File Your Taxes

Posted by: tgilpin | Posted on: April 5th, 2012

 If you have a very simple tax return (1040EZ), check out the link below to a listing of some very helpful apps that will help you:

  • track your receipts
  • check the status of your refund
  • file your tax return with your iPad

For a complex return or any questions you may have, contact a CPA to ensure an accurate and timely filing.  Read More

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