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December 2019 Archives

Filing taxes with the IRS for the first time can be stressful

Whether a young Massachusetts resident starts a new job, starts college classes or takes some other step into adulthood, it represents a new beginning, and an exciting and pensive time in that person's life. Becoming an adult comes with numerous responsibilities and one of them is paying taxes. The beginning of a new taxpayer's relationship with the IRS can be stressful.

Tax audits have changed in recent years

Most people across the country, including many here in Massachusetts, do not want to check their mail and see an envelope from the IRS. Rarely are these letters good news. Instead, they are often notices indicating that something is wrong or that the individuals receiving them are subject to tax audits.

It isn't too late to keep more of your money from the IRS

The tax year for most people across the country, including here in Massachusetts, ends on Dec. 31. Some people may think they have run out of time to prevent the IRS from taking even one more dollar than necessary at tax time. Fortunately, there may still be time to take steps to make that happen.

Pizza parlors and tax audits: 3 ways to reduce the risk

As the year ends, many small business owners are doing more than just buying presents for family members. They are getting their paperwork in order to make sure their businesses are ready for the coming tax filings. While gathering this information, it can help to know some basic, proactive steps business owners can take to reduce the risk of a tax audit.

If the IRS rejects a return, it could be due to identity theft

Technology has done so much to simplify life, but it also complicates it in many ways. The personal information of Massachusetts residents is out there for clever hackers to steal. When that information is stolen in order to defraud the IRS through tax-related identity theft, the only way individuals may know about it is when their income tax returns are rejected.

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