Category: Do Your Own Taxes

An Open Letter to Our Representatives: Please don't raise taxes for single moms!

An Open Letter to Senator Mike Crapo (Chairman) and Senator Robert P. Casey, Jr. (Ranking Member) of the Senate Subcommittee on Taxation and IRS Oversight, and Congressman Kevin Brady, Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee Please don’t raise taxes for single moms! As a single mom, I worry about money from the moment...

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11 Red Flags that Draw IRS Attention

No one wants to get audited – and most people don’t. But if you really want to avoid unwanted attention from IRS auditors, you need to know about these 11 red flags in your tax return that may spark their interest. Making more than $200,000 a year: IRS statistics show that the audit rate jumps...

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What if My Taxes Get Audited?

Tax audits are among the most common financial fears, but they don’t have to be – especially with your CPA by your side. Truthfully, though, unless you make more than $200,000 a year, your chances of getting flagged for audit are pretty slim. And with IRS budget cuts severely limiting their ability to even check...

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Don’t Fall Prey to Tax Identity Theft

Millions of Americans have already fallen prey to tax identity theft, and it looks like the problem is growing fast. In fact, one survey found that during the 2016 tax season, nearly 60% of CPAs had at least one client who had fallen victim to this fraud. What’s even more alarming: Most of the victims...

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