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Above the Forms: Warnings of “Phishing” Scams

Above the Forms: Warnings of “Phishing” Scams
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January 29th 2015 by CeCe Morken

The IRS continues educating taxpayers on the “Dirty Dozen” most common cons during tax season. Second on their list: “phishing” scams.
Typically, phishing scams lure potential victims by posing as legitimate … [Read More…]

 

Above the Forms: ACA Requires New Form 1095 Source Documents

Above the Forms: ACA Requires New Form 1095 Source Documents
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January 28th 2015 by Mike D'Avolio

As a tax professional, you play an incredibly important role in helping your clients navigate all of the new Affordable Care Act (ACA) requirements and implications. There are several new … [Read More…]

 

Top 10 Taxpayer Bill of Rights and Responsibilities

Top 10 Taxpayer Bill of Rights and Responsibilities
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January 27th 2015 by Dorinda DeScherer

There is—as yet—no official Taxpayer Bill of Rights. However, National Taxpayer Advocate Nina Olsen says there should be. The Taxpayer Advocate calls on Congress to take the taxpayer rights that … [Read More…]

 

Above the Forms: Help Clients Protect Their IDs From Phone Fraud

Above the Forms: Help Clients Protect Their IDs From Phone Fraud
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January 27th 2015 by CeCe Morken

Every year, the IRS releases its list of the most common tax scams, commonly known as the “Dirty Dozen.” These cons attempt to collect personal information from taxpayers that can … [Read More…]

 

How the Affordable Care Act Affects Your Practice

How the Affordable Care Act Affects Your Practice
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January 24th 2015 by David Williams

Did you know that tax season 2014 is going to be one of the roughest in recent memory? Those are the warnings from National Taxpayer Advocate Nina Olson who says … [Read More…]

 

Above the Forms: IRS Opens E-file Today

Above the Forms: IRS Opens E-file Today
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January 20th 2015 by CeCe Morken

Today is a big day for our tax pros. The IRS is officially accepting e-Filed and paper tax returns, kicking off the 2015 filing season. E-File is the most accurate … [Read More…]

 

Above the Forms: IRS Offers ACA Taxpayer Resources and Self-Help Tax Tools

Above the Forms: IRS Offers ACA Taxpayer Resources and Self-Help Tax Tools
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January 19th 2015 by CeCe Morken

As you know, the 2015 tax season opens tomorrow, January 20. Last week, the IRS issued a release announcing new resources to help consumers navigate the Affordable Care Act, as well as a … [Read More…]

 

Above the Forms: Providing Affordable Care Act Clarity is Everyone’s Priority

Above the Forms: Providing Affordable Care Act Clarity is <em>Everyone’s</em> Priority
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January 7th 2015 by CeCe Morken

There are 147 million taxpayers who need Affordable Care Act (ACA) tax compliance guidance. That’s a big undertaking, even for the most ambitious of us.
Over the past few months, we’ve … [Read More…]

 

Welcome to “Above the Forms”

Welcome to “Above the Forms”
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January 5th 2015 by CeCe Morken

Tax professionals are a special people. You are thorough, patient and caring, and also a reliable and trusted source of information and advice for your clients. But, we know that … [Read More…]

 

Misclassification of Your Workers: What Are Your Options When You Get It Wrong?

Misclassification of Your Workers: What Are Your Options When You Get It Wrong?
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January 4th 2015 by Andrew Poulos

As we embark on a new year, we often use the phrase “out with the old and in with the new.” This may be the slogan that businesses, perhaps, should … [Read More…]

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