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Taxpayers who Support Dependents Should Check Their Withholding Now

The following article was published by the IRS. Taxpayers who support older dependents should head over to the Withholding Calculator on IRS.gov and do a “paycheck checkup” ASAP. They can use the calculator to make sure they are having their … Continue reading

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To everything there is a season – except tax scams

The following article was published by the IRS. Many people don’t really think about taxes once the tax season is over…but people promoting scams do. Each year, the IRS releases the top 12 scams, known as the Dirty Dozen. The … Continue reading

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How to Budget When You’re on Inconsistent Income

There are certain jobs, even careers, that don’t provide consistent income. Sure, you can make a living off these jobs, but you can’t ever predict with certainty what your income might be from week to week, month to month, or … Continue reading

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Taxpayers Should do an End-of-Year Withholding Check-up

The following article was published by the IRS. As the end of the year approaches, the IRS encourages taxpayers to consider a tax withholding checkup. When taxpayers take a close look to make sure the right amount of tax is … Continue reading

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IRS Has Options to Help Small Business Owners

The following article was published by the IRS. Small business owners often have a running list of things to do. These include deadlines, sales calls, employee issues, banking, advertising – and taxes. The IRS can help with the last one. … Continue reading

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Taxpayers Should Be Wary of Unsolicited Calls from the IRS

The following article was published by the IRS. Taxpayers who get an unexpected or unsolicited phone call from the IRS should be wary – it’s probably a scam. Phone calls continue to be one of the most common ways that … Continue reading

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Eight Tips to Protect Taxpayers from Identity Theft

The following article was published by the IRS. Identity theft happens when someone steals personal information for financial gain. Tax-related identity theft happens when someone uses another person’s stolen Social Security number (SSN) or Employer Identification Number (EIN) to file … Continue reading

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