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An Extra Month To Finish Your 2020 Taxes: Tax Deadline Postponed From April 15 to May 17, 2021

As baseball great Yogi Berra reportedly said, “It’s deja vu all over again.” In a repeat from last year, the IRS just announced it’s postponing the federal income tax deadline from April 15 to Monday, May 17, 2021 to give tax preparers and taxpayers extra time to absorb the new tax regulations contained in the […]

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Making Qualified Charitable Distributions (QCDs) From Your IRA? Don’t Drop The Ball On Tax Reporting

Making charitable gifts from your IRA is a truly tax-smart idea for many people 70½ and over. Each year, we work with an ever-growing number of clients making charitable gifts from their IRA so they can maximize their tax savings, reduce their taxable income, and of course support their favorite charities. There’s just one thing […]

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5 Things You Need to Know About RMDs for 2021

Summary If you are retired or nearing retirement, you’ve undoubtedly heard about required minimum distributions, which are the minimum amounts you must withdraw from your individual retirement account (IRA) and other retirement accounts, like your 401(k). It’s the government’s way of making you cash in a portion of your retirement savings each year, helping to […]

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It’s Time To Fund Your IRAs!

We’re getting closer to the April 15 deadline for funding your IRAs or Roth IRAs for 2020 (that’s last year). Mari Adam talked to Kiplinger Personal Finance magazine to share insights about IRA limits and strategies. You can read the entire article here. The maximum amount you can contribute to your IRA for 2020 is $6,000 or […]

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Tax Filing Deadline October 15

Are your 2019 taxes still on extension? You have until Thursday, October 15 to file your return. For additional details on special circumstances that may affect your filing date, check here.  

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Help! The IRS Hasn’t Cashed My Check Yet

You did everything right. You owed money to the IRS so you sent in a check before the deadline. Weeks have gone by, and they still haven’t cashed your check yet. What gives? This is the story we are hearing from more than a few clients. They sent some pretty big checks in to the […]

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Breaking News: IRA Withdrawals Are OPTIONAL For 2020

We’re calling clients to get the word out. Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs), those IRA and retirement withdrawals you’re required to take once you turn age 72 (formerly 70½), are now optional for 2020. It’s the government’s way of letting your IRA and retirement accounts recover and catch their breath from the COVID-19 crisis. We discussed […]

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COVID-19 Fallout: Taxpayers Now Get Until July 15 To File Taxes

Taxpayers are getting a helping hand from the federal government to ease the pain and disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Filing and Paying Taxes The Internal Revenue Service confirmed it has moved the deadline for filing individual tax returns for tax year 2019 from April 15 to July 15. The deadline for paying taxes, without penalty […]

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Clients, Make Tax Time Easier With Our 1099 Service

For many clients, tax time can be a confusing tangle of documents, 1099s, and statements. Just when you think you’re done, you open your mailbox to find even more corrected documents! We understand the frustrations, so let us help make the process a little bit easier for you. With your authorization, we can safely forward all your Schwab investment […]

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Sold Bitcoin? The IRS May Want To Talk To You

Sold Bitcoin or other digital currencies? Don’t be surprised if the IRS comes knocking on your door looking for any taxes due, says a recent Wall Street Journal article. The Internal Revenue Service is sending warning letters to more than 10,000 Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency holders, reports the Journal. It got their names from a popular […]

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