Posts from 2017

  • House and Senate Tax Bill Comparison Congress is currently debating the largest tax bill in the last 30 years. Both the House and Senate have passed their own versions of the bill. Differences must now be reconciled, with the final piece of legislation voted on by both chambers and signed by the President ... Continue Reading
  • 2018 Filing Season Start Date Not Yet Announced & Refund Timing The IRS has not yet announced a date that it will begin accepting individual tax returns for the 2018 tax filing season. The IRS anticipates it will not be at a point to announce a filing season start date until closer to the end of the year. Speculation on the Internet that ... Continue Reading
  • Year-End Charity Donations May Cut Tax Bills Those looking to maximize their tax savings before the end of the year may wish to consider charitable giving. Giving money or goods to a tax-exempt charity before Dec. 31 can usually be deducted on that year’s federal income tax return. Keep in mind the following: Only ... Continue Reading
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