Author: Gagliano Hrdlicka

Mileage Rates for 2016, Special 30% Discount from MileIQ for tracking Miles!

Tracking mileage for the purposes of deduction is a tedious pain in the neck. It’s the one thing I impress upon my clients each year because it is such a good deduction for people who use their own vehicle for work.

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We’re Hiring! Administrative Assistant Part-Time Seasonal-Tax Season

Seasonal Part-time Administrative/ Personal Assistant – Tax Season  Job Description Income Tax Preparation practice needs assistance during tax season to: Handle telephone calls, make appointments, greet clients, basic data entry into tax program and general administrative and personal assistance. Experience

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NOW TAKING APPOINTMENTS for tax year 2015!

Now Taking Appointments! Our online appointment scheduler is now up and running! Make your appointment now! Click Here APPOINTMENT INFORMATION You can make your appointment up to 6 months in advance! We recommend you make your appointment now especially if

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Tax benefits for Members of the Military

IRS Marks National Military Appreciation Month; Free Tax Guide Focuses on Tax Benefits for Members of the Military WASHINGTON — May is National Military Appreciation Month, and the Internal Revenue Service wants members of the military and their families to

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Seven Tips to Help You Determine if Your Gift is Taxable

If you gave money or property to someone, you may wonder about the federal gift tax.  Here are seven tax tips about gifts and the gift tax. Nontaxable Gifts.  The general rule is that any gift is a taxable gift. 

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Still Time to Make Your IRA Contribution for the 2014 Tax Year

Did you contribute to an Individual Retirement Arrangement last year?  Are you thinking about contributing to your IRA now?  If so, you may have questions about IRAs and your taxes.  Here are some IRS tax tips about saving for retirement

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Could you really get a credit for retirement savings? Yes you can!

Saver’s Credit helps reduce your tax bill You may qualify for the Saver’s Credit of up to $1,000 ($2,000 if married filing jointly) for contributions you make to an IRA and certain retirement plans; you have until April 15, 2015,

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IRS Relief Expanded for Incorrect Health Ins Marketplace Forms

Taxpayers who enrolled in the Health Insurance Marketplace for 2014 coverage may have received advanced payments of the Premium Tax Credit to help pay for health insurance coverage. Taxpayers who received this advanced payment should have received Form 1095-A from

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File an Extension

Two weeks left to file your taxes! 🙂 You’re not ready?  No problem!  You can file an extension.  Many people think that filing an extension is a bad thing, but we think it is a GREAT thing!  My husband and

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Social Security Benefits and Your Taxes

If you receive Social Security benefits, you may have to pay federal income tax on part of your benefits.  These IRS tips will help you determine whether or not you need to pay taxes on your benefits. Form SSA-1099. If

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