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Well, here it is the middle of March and you haven’t
done your taxes yet, right? And, you’re
a small business owner, too, right?
Well, where do we start? Raymond D. Nations knows exactly where.
Now that it's getting down to the wire, Enrolled Agent, Raymond D. Nations, provides some helpful insight on the options you have when filing taxes late.
Some returns get rejected for minor errors that can be
fixed. Save yourself some time and watch
for these errors before you submit your return for the first time...
This week in tax news: President Obama and Galifianakis in Between Two Ferns, marriage tax penalty, and more...
to the IRS, there has been an increase in tax scams involving pervasive
telephone calls. Find out more information about these scams in this article.
Some FSA plans let you turn in receipts from last year's plan year until 3/15. This is a friendly eSmart Tax reminder to turn in any receipts to your qualifying FSA plan so you don't lose it.
Tax preparer shopping can be a lot like a blind date: You might not know anything about your preparer, but you’re willing to share some intimate information. How can you possibly know if you and your preparer will be a good fit? Below are some important questions to ask.
Depending on your tax situation, there are several ways that
you can sign your federal income tax return.
Best to use if:
The PIN is any five numbers (except all zeros) the taxpayer chooses
to enter as their electronic signature.
eSmart Tax FAQ: Paying the money that you owe for taxes