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Withholding-Checkups-Gain-Importance-in-2019With the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act came some sweeping changes to the IRS's withholding calculator and tables. Many taxpayers who previously under-withheld on their W-4 to balance their itemized deductions—and who didn't re-evaluate their withholding strategy with the TCJA's tweaks to itemized deductions—could find themselves facing an unexpected tax bill in 2019.

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One of the very first questions new tax professionals ask is, “How do I get my first client?” or "How do I boost my reach?" This article explores 2 methods to help you achieve your goals.

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Suffered-a-Disaster-Related-Loss-in-2018-FEMA-Designation-ControlsFor decades, U.S. taxpayers who have suffered casualty and theft losses after a wildfire, hurricane, earthquake, tornado, or another natural disaster have been able to deduct disaster-related costs from the next year's federal income tax return. Read what has changed with the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. 

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What-is-Digitization-and-How-Will-it-Impact-Tax-ServicesOne of the biggest new trends in business is the digitization of business processes. But what exactly is digitization and how will it impact tax business practices? This article will explain just that.

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Helping-Taxpayers-Who-Have-Under-Withheld-for-2019The General Accounting Office (GAO) just released a report to warn U.S. taxpayers that around 30 million of them are withholding too little from their paycheck. But with many taxpayers confused about the changes made by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, they may not feel adequately equipped to calculate their 2018 tax liability and change their withholdings. Read on for some ways you can help your clients avoid an unexpected tax bill in April 2019. 

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