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Today is the last day of the year and also the last day for tax preparers to participate in the Annual Filing Season Program (AFSP). The AFSP is an IRS effort to recognize tax preparers who aspire to a higher degree of professionalism by completing a specific amount of continuing education and an Annual Federal Tax Refresher (AFTR) course. All courses must be approved by the IRS.Read More
Posted By Jeff Nippes

When it’s time for tax preparation, different firms and businesses approach this task differently. Some deal with such tasks through their in-house accountants and other outsource such tasks to accounting firms. Tax preparation is the process that makes or breaks the effectiveness of your tax returns. This means that it should be ensured the tax preparer has adequate skills to handle such a task.

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Posted By Shane Kennedy

When most people hear about taxes, they start to dread them even before they’ve started doing them. Taxes can be complicated and complex to do, especially when you are doing your own. Equally complex if not more are the codes of taxes. 

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Posted By Shane Kennedy

Preparing taxes is a competitive industry and independent preparers need to find ways to stand out. Many taxpayers prefer to use an independent tax return preparer but some are afraid of running into problems if mistakes are made. For this reason, they choose to use a large tax firm instead, even though it’s not their first choice.

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Posted By Shane Kennedy

Have confusions regarding tax extensions? Worry no more – we’ll clear the concept of tax extension in this blog so that your tax preparation goes as smooth as planned. 

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Posted By Shane Kennedy

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