The IRS Will Be Sending ROs for In-Person Visits: What You Should Know

The IRS has just released an information sheet that addresses some new procedures they’ll be implementing in regards to non-filing taxpayers. Along with increase their use of data and analytics to reach out to high-income non-filers, the IRS will also be increasing the frequency of face-to-face visits from revenue officers...

What Are Your Options for Paying a Large Tax Bill?

Every year, there are taxpayers who find themselves facing down a tax bill that is simply beyond their ability to pay. It can be a shock and can place a lot of stress on you as you try to find ways to pay off the full amount of the tax...

Expert Tips for Organizing Your Documents for Tax Season

As tax preparers, we know just how exhaustive the list of necessary tax documents can be. Depending on your tax situation, you may find yourself trying to assemble and organize hundreds or even thousands of different pieces of paperwork before you can even begin to file. If you’ve found yourself...

Why You Should Have the Same Accountant Do Your Taxes and Your Books

Most business owners know the benefits of entrusting their books and their tax returns to professional accountants. Doing so allows them to focus more of their time on the day-to-day needs of operating a business, and ensures greater accuracy on their financials. But fewer business owners realize that entrusting both...

4 Simple Ways to Reduce Your 2019 Taxes before the Year Ends

When tax season begins, most taxpayers are asking the same question: “How can I reduce the amount I owe in taxes?” However, the best time to ask this question is not after you begin receiving your tax documents in 2020—it’s before 2019 even ends. Most of the ways you can...