5 Tips from the IRS to Prepare You for the 2019 Tax Season

Filing your taxes is rarely an enjoyable process, but the 2019 tax season is bound to be an even more complicated and confusing one than usual. For starters, the new tax reform signed into law at the end of 2017 applies to your filing this year, so there are numerous...

How the Government Shutdown Could Impact Your Tax Return

The federal government has remained under a partial shutdown since December, and there’s currently no end in sight. But tax season has now officially begun, and with the IRS performing limited functions during the shutdown, you might be wondering how your tax return and refund will be handled. Should the...

4 Things You Should Know about ABLE Accounts

Individuals with a disability, or those who care for a family member with a disability, often rely on public benefits such as SNAP, Medicaid, and Social Security to help cover the high expenses that often accompany a life with a disability. But these public benefits require enrollees to pass a...

Recovering and Recreating Tax Documents after a Disaster

When your home or business is struck by a disaster of any kind, the results can be devastating. Loss of property, damage to the structure, and potential injury and trauma are just the beginning. Even after filing claims and replacing the bulk of the property, you can continue to be...

National Tax Security Awareness Week Is December 3-7

The IRS, states, and the tax industry at large have partnered together in the Security Summit initiative to launch a new initiative that’s aimed at helping taxpayers protect sensitive information from cyber thieves. This comes at an important time of year, not only because of the sharp rise in online...