Month: June 2019

Haven’t filed your tax returns yet? Save yourself from piling up tax penalties

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  The clock is ticking for those who haven’t filed their 2018 tax returns yet. The federal tax filing deadline has long passed, and there are many who [...]

Filed your 2018 taxes on time but yet to pay the tax bill? There are plenty of options

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Did you file for your tax returns on time and still received a mail from the IRS to pay the due amounts? Yes, the news is spreading like wildfire and the [...]

US citizens in France could be eligible for a host of tax refunds

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US citizens living in France are in for a tax break. The 7-year long battle against paying Generalized Social Contribution Tax (CSG) to the US government is [...]

Are You a Philanthropist? The Tax Regulations on Your Contributions Have Been Amended

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Are you a philanthropist who indulges in giving charitable contributions to the state? Or are you planning to start doing so? Well, contributions for the [...]

IRS clamps down on tax fraud – Ends Faxing and Third-party Mailings of Tax Transcripts

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Did it ever occur to you that your tax transcripts could be imitated and used to file fraudulent returns in your name? Instances of imposters impersonating [...]

How to secure your financial and tax records in case of disasters?

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Have you ever thought about the odds of a disaster dismantling all your financial and tax records including your insurance and fiduciary bonds? Imagine all [...]

Involved in sharing economy? Learn all about the tax implications

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  Sharing economy has become a veritable source for individuals to generate useful additional income nowadays. Many students, working professionals, [...]