• EFTPS – The Easiest Way to Pay the IRS

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    EFTPS is the Electronic Federal Tax Payment System. Individuals and businesses can use EFTPS to make payments on their taxes electronically. It is the only electronic system available to make payments to the US Treasury on tax accounts. The main …

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  • IRS Woes continue…

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    For the past few years the IRS seems to constantly find itself on the negative side of national press. Most recently the US House of Representatives has entertained the possibility of impeaching IRS Commissioner Jon Koskinen in the aftermath of …

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  • The Latest IRS Tax Scam

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    Our office has received numerous reports of the following: Someone calls, identifies themselves as an IRS Agent, tells you that a lawsuit has been filed and that local authorities will be sent to your home if you do not make …

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  • The Hobby Loss Rule in the News Again


    The Hobby Loss Rule is a presumption long relied on by the IRS to disallow expenses claimed by taxpayers who show losses on their Schedule C. A recent report from the Treasury Department’s Inspector General indicated the IRS should make …

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  • IRS – trying to be a law unto itself.

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    The perception that the IRS is a very powerful organization is widespread. Special privileges for collection, a preference for intimidation, and the disregard for equity that’s splashed the IRS news for the past decade have all added to this perception. …

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  • IRS Hacked Again – Seriously?

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    You’ll love this (or feel even less digitally secure with your tax info). Last year the IRS announced that it had been hacked and hundreds of thousands of taxpayer records had been compromised. Many of these were used to file …

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  • No Internet Tax – It’s Official…Almost

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    There has long been talk among state and local taxing authorities regarding the lost revenues occurring from the sale of goods over the internet. Several states, and some local governments have attempted to impose taxes on these transactions. The challenge …

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  • IRS eFile Delays

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    The 2015 Tax filing season has officially started and the IRS is once again struggling to process tax returns. Our processing provider has notified us that the IRS is experiencing significant eFiling issues at present and is currently not accepting …

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  • IRS Lawsuits – Yet another IRS Scam

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    It goes like this. Someone calls and tells you (or leaves a voicemail) that this is your last notice or the IRS will be filing a lawsuit against you. You’re directed to pay immediately or deal with the lawsuit. Numerous …

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  • Tax Deadlines for 2016

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    The IRS announced today the filing deadlines for the 2015 tax year. The IRS will begin accepting 2015 returns on January 19, 2016. S-Corporation and Partnership Returns are due on March 15, 2016. Extension allowed to September 15, 2015. C-Corporation …

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