AcctServices.org reminds you of several common taxpayer errors that can impact your refund, and possibly your taxes, this year and beyond.  A quick check before filing can save you much pain later.  Here’s the list from the IRS of frequently received tax filing mistakes: Missing or Wrong Social Security Numbers, or EIN numbers.  Unless this…

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Did you know the IRS issued more than 111.8 million refunds, averaging over $2800 each,  for the 2018 tax year?   There are still ways you can boost your 2019 tax year refund.  Boost Retirement contributions.  You can contribute to an IRS until the April 15 tax deadline and it will still count toward the 2019…

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Apparently, the IRS is seeing a problem with small business owner form filing.  It has issued a reminder that we are passing along today.  A small business files either Form 944, annual tax return OR Form 941, quarterly tax return but NOT both.    Want more information?  Visit www.businesstaxprep.org to be connected to a tax professional…

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The IRS just released guidance on the new business travel per diems that went into effect in October.  The guidance is issued to help clarify the definition of incidental expenses as: fees and tips given to porters, baggage carriers, hotel staff and staff on ships.  NOT included are Transportation between places of lodging, business and…

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Personaltaxprep.com asks: Have you filed for that personal tax extension?  Okay, are your taxes ready?  Then file them.  If your taxes are not ready, if your tax preparer needs anything, GET IT SUBMITTED To your tax preparer.  The October 15, 2019 deadline is around the corner and you are officially out of procrastination time. With…

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