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Filing Your Taxes: When Can You Start and When Can You Expect Your Refund?

Posted in News on January 20, 2017

Filing taxes on time is of utmost importance.  Both companies and individuals with connections to the United States are generally expected to file annual tax returns, even if they do not believe they owe any money to the IRS.  Unfortunately, the process of filing can be confusing, and the stakes are high because an error on a tax filing could lead to costly fines and penalties -- including criminal charges in some cases.

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Year End Tax Tips for 2016

Posted in News on December 30, 2016

As 2016 comes to an end, it is time to start thinking about your annual income tax filing. You want to take advantage of all available deductions, find legal ways to reduce your taxes, and avoid anything that could trigger tax penalties. A Virginia tax attorney can help you to make smart choices when it comes to completing year-end tasks related to taxes.  Contact an attorney for help, as some of the actions that you should be taking are time sensitive and you do not want to lose out on chances to reduce your tax bill. Read More

ObamaCare Repeal Could Result in a Business and Personal Tax Cut for Some

Posted in News on December 28, 2016

For years, Republican congressional and presidential candidates have run on a platform of repealing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), or ObamaCare as it is commonly called. With the election of Donald J. Trump, repeal of the law is within reach and Republicans have indicated that undoing the signature healthcare law is going to be a top priority within the first 100 days after President Trump takes office. Read More

Virginia Tax Lawyer Takes a Look at the IRS Wealth Squad

Posted in News on October 31, 2016

Last year, the Internal Revenue Service was able to collect $6.3 billion in unreported income, fines, and penalties from taxpayers who did not pay all taxes due. Much of the unreported income came from audits of wealthy individuals. As of 2013, close to 25 percent of taxpayers with adjusted gross income above $10 million are audited annually.  Targeting the wealthiest individuals for investigations tends to result in the IRS being able to collect large sums of money from taxpayers who underpaid significantly.

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IRS Audits: Small Companies Are Being Targeted

Posted in News on October 24, 2016

Recently, a report in the Washington Examiner warned that the Internal Revenue Service is targeting small businesses with unnecessary tax audits. In September, the U.S. House of Representatives Small Business Committee held a hearing to look at how the IRS is treating small business owners. One tax preparer who testified before the audit indicated the actions of the IRS essentially involve putting small businesses “through the wringer.”

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