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Above the Forms: IRS Warns Against Filing Fake Documents to Hide Income

Above the Forms: IRS Warns Against Filing Fake Documents to Hide Income
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March 2nd 2015 by CeCe Morken

The IRS continues educating taxpayers on the “Dirty Dozen” most common tax scams during tax season. Next on their list: Filing Fake Documents to Hide Income.
Hiding taxable income by filing … [Read More…]

 

Above the Forms: 2014 Filing Requirements – Tangible Property Regulations/Change in Accounting Method

Above the Forms: 2014 Filing Requirements – Tangible Property Regulations/Change in Accounting Method
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February 27th 2015 by Mike D'Avolio

Are you up to speed on filing requirements for Tax Year 2014 as they relate to tangible property regulations and the change in accounting method for Form 3115?
Here is some … [Read More…]

 

Above the Forms: IRS Warns Against Fake Charities

Above the Forms: IRS Warns Against Fake Charities
Article Post Date
February 26th 2015 by CeCe Morken

The IRS continues educating taxpayers on the “Dirty Dozen” most common tax scams during tax season. Next on its list: Fake Charities.
On average, more than one-fourth of all tax filers … [Read More…]

 

Above the Forms: What Does Healthcare Have To Do With Taxes?

Above the Forms: What Does Healthcare Have To Do With Taxes?
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February 24th 2015 by Mike D'Avolio

Beginning with Tax Year 2014 under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the Federal government will use the income tax return to make sure that everyone 1) has healthcare coverage, 2) … [Read More…]

 

Above the Forms: Don’t Fall Victim to Inflated Refund Claims

Above the Forms: Don’t Fall Victim to Inflated Refund Claims
Article Post Date
February 23rd 2015 by CeCe Morken

We are continuing to examine the IRS’ annual “Dirty Dozen” most common tax scams to avoid during tax season, and today, we are highlighting another important issue for taxpayers: inflated … [Read More…]

 

Above the Forms: IRS Warns Against Hiding Money or Income Offshore

Above the Forms: IRS Warns Against Hiding Money or Income Offshore
Article Post Date
February 19th 2015 by CeCe Morken

The IRS continues educating taxpayers on the “Dirty Dozen” most common tax scams during tax season. Next on their list: Hiding money or income offshore.
Over the years, numerous individuals have … [Read More…]

 

Who Is In Charge of Value?

Who Is In Charge of Value?
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February 18th 2015 by Ronald J Baker

I have had the privilege of posing this question—Who’s in charge of value in your organization?—to thousands of leaders around the world. I’m usually met with a momentary staring ovation, … [Read More…]

 

Above the Forms: Avoid Fraudulent Preparers

Above the Forms: Avoid Fraudulent Preparers
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February 16th 2015 by CeCe Morken

Here at Intuit, we spend every day working with (and for) tax professionals. We’re proud to do it, too. The overwhelming majority of you are careful, honest and well intentioned, … [Read More…]

 

7 Ways to Keep Your Clients’ Tax Info Secure

7 Ways to Keep Your Clients’ Tax Info Secure
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February 11th 2015 by Dorinda DeScherer

Identity theft is a fact of life. Clients who are victimized by identity theft are likely to be on the lookout for unauthorized credit card charges or erosion of their … [Read More…]

 

Above the Forms: Preventing Tax-Related Identify Theft

Above the Forms: Preventing Tax-Related Identify Theft
Article Post Date
February 11th 2015 by CeCe Morken

As part of our ongoing series detailing the IRS’ annual “Dirty Dozen” most common tax scams to avoid during tax season, next on the list is identity theft.
Fighting identity theft … [Read More…]

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