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End Of Year Withholding Review

We are coming to the end of another year and it’s time to do a little bit of tax housekeeping. Nothing big, just a small detail that can make a big difference […] Read More


Crowdfunding Campaigns And Tax Responsibilities

How many times have we seen it on social media sites; a family member or friend has faced an unexpected and tragic accident, illness or loss and someone launches a crowdfunding campaign […] Read More


Really, The IRS Check Made Out To You Is Likely Already In The Mail

Believe it or not, the IRS is refunding late filing penalty fees to taxpayers who filed their tax returns late for filing years 2019, 2020 and 2021 and who have their taxes […] Read More


A Double Dose Of Grace Dished Out With Federal Student Loan Forgiveness

When you take into consideration that some people have been paying off student loans sometimes decades after they graduated, a collective cheer must have been released into the ethers on August 24th […] Read More


Someone Just Turned $2 Into A Billion Dollars

It’s a nice way to make an easy billion, but Lady Luck must be on your side – big time! By now, most people know that’s what happened in the recent Mega-Million […] Read More


Stay Alert To The Wiley Ways Of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

Most people tend to let their guard down during the hazy, lazy days of summer. But the Internal Revenue Service advises taxpayers to stay alert to the tax scams that simply don’t […] Read More


Got Gas?

Well, you most likely do have gas, but at what price? There’s clearly no gas shortage at the pump. But we’re all getting gas at prices that are making us feel more […] Read More


Cash Payment Apps Now Obligated To Report Transactions To IRS

It was good while it lasted, not having to report income from that side hustle through which you got paid via PayPal, Venmo or other cash apps. Cash apps were born right […] Read More


Divorce And Taxes In The Time Of COVID

If you thought divorce was difficult pre-COVID, well, welcome to divorce in the time of COVID. We’ve entered a whole new world of discovery of things that can split up couples and […] Read More


The Most Taxing Issue Taxpayers May Ever Have To Face

It’s all the buzz – the proposal that the IRS may require every taxpayer to provide a “selfie” before they can file their taxes or access their online accounts. Some lawmakers are […] Read More