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In 2019, It's All About Tax Withholding

May 16, 2019 5:50:00 AM

In-2019-Its-All-About-Tax-WithholdingMany taxpayers were surprised to learn that their 2018 income tax withholdings didn't cover as much of their outstanding tax obligations as they'd expected. Instead of getting hefty refunds, some taxpayers got much more modest ones; others wound up wincing as they wrote checks to the IRS.....

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Posted By Heather Morales

Helping-Clients-Avoid-Two-Common-Tax-Prep-ScamsEven the most loyal tax clients can be vulnerable to advertisements or solicitations that promise to save them money on tax preparation services. After all, who wants to pay more for a service that they have to? But unfortunately, many of these “too good to be true” ads are just that. Help your clients protect themselves. 

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High-State-Tax-Taxpayers-May-Still-Want-to-ItemizeMany taxpayers who live or work in states with high state income taxes let out a collective groan of frustration upon learning they would be limited to a $10,000 state and local tax (SALT) deduction after 2018. But even though the SALT deduction limits the tax benefit of living in a high-tax state, taxpayers could still benefit from itemizing on their state income tax return.

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Educating-Clients-on-Optimizing-Their-Income-BracketThis year, millions of U.S. taxpayers will learn just how much of an impact the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) had on their income tax liability. But the change in tax brackets has highlighted a misunderstanding many taxpayers hold—that their highest tax bracket controls how all their income is taxed. Knowing how tax brackets work can drive dozens of different financial decisions, and today’s taxpayers can change their financial future just by optimizing the way their income is taxed

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Tax Season Is Done Now What?

Apr 25, 2019 4:45:00 AM

Tax-Season-Winding-Down-Now-WhatMany tax professionals find themselves virtually strapped to their desks between Christmas and Easter, preparing returns for corporate and individual clients by the April 15th tax deadline. Now that this frenzied pace has slowed down a bit, it can be tough to regroup—but reflecting on what went wrong (and right) during the last tax season can better prepare you for the next one. Here are a few things you can (or should) do as you're winding down from the whirlwind that was the 2019 tax cycle

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