State Tax Deductions March 16th, 2018

State Tax Deductions

Summary: The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which was just passed by the President and by Congress, is going to change the number of deductions a tax filer can have. Additionally, the SALT deduction (state and local tax deduction) might be headed for a change in the future. Main Article: The Tax Cuts and Jobs … Continue reading State Tax Deductions

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Five Famous People Who Committed Tax Fraud March 16th, 2018

Five Famous People Who Committed Tax Fraud

Summary: Although tax evasion sounds like a criminal activity that only shady people commit, you might be surprised to hear that a number of famous people have been found guilty of committing tax fraud/tax evasion. Main Article: Although tax evasion sounds like a criminal activity that only shady people commit, you might be surprised to … Continue reading Five Famous People Who Committed Tax Fraud

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Earned Income Credit March 16th, 2018

Earned Income Credit

Summary: The IRS has announced a number of tax-related changes/provisions for the 2018 tax year. These changes are a result of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which was passed towards the end of 2017. The Earned Income Credit is one tax credit that was impacted by this legislation. Main Article: The IRS has announced … Continue reading Earned Income Credit

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Free Tax Extension Filing For 2018 January 29th, 2018

Free Tax Extension Filing For 2018

If you find yourself in the situation of not being able to finish your 2017 tax return by the April 17th deadline, you can file for an extension! Getting an extension will give you an additional six months to file your taxes. The Tax Defense Group is offering to file a tax extension on your behalf for free. Call us today to learn more. (888) 373-9385.

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Changes To The Child Tax Credit And What It Means For I-10/ITIN Holders January 25th, 2018

Changes To The Child Tax Credit And What It Means For I-10/ITIN Holders

Call NOW on (855) 996-9383 to apply for you ITIN The House and the President just passed and signed a tax bill that will affect tax filers of all backgrounds, especially ITIN or I-10 filers. The GOP’s tax bill, which was passed in December, doubles the child tax credit from $1,000 to $2,000 per child, … Continue reading Changes To The Child Tax Credit And What It Means For I-10/ITIN Holders

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Bitcoin And Taxes January 23rd, 2018

Bitcoin And Taxes

Bitcoin has been in the news quite a bit over the past year or so. Although the government does not regulate bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies, the IRS does view it as property; which means that you have to pay taxes on it (if you own any cryptocurrencies). Whenever you buy or trade bitcoin, your taxes … Continue reading Bitcoin And Taxes

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Tax Relief for Hurricane Irma September 19th, 2017

Tax Relief for Hurricane Irma

IRS announced that taxpayers with an IRS address of record in the disaster areas are automatically provided filing and penalty relief. Hurricane Irma affected states, counties and US Territories are: Florida Counties: Broward, Charlotte, Clay, Collier, Duval, Flagler, Hillsborough, Lee, Manatee, Miami-Dade, Monroe, Palm Beach, Pinellas, Putnam, Sarasota and St. Johns. The entire state of … Continue reading Tax Relief for Hurricane Irma

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Tax Relief Available to Victims of Hurricane Harvey September 15th, 2017

Tax Relief Available to Victims of Hurricane Harvey

If you are in certain parts of Texas, you have until January 31, 2018 to file certain individual and business returns and make certain tax payments. Relief is available to any FEMA designated area qualifying for individual relief. Currently, the following Texas counties are eligible for relief: AAransas, Bee, Brazoria, Calhoun, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, … Continue reading Tax Relief Available to Victims of Hurricane Harvey

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Mayweather Will Lose August 17th, 2017

Mayweather Will Lose

He may win against Mcgregor, but he will continue to lose against the IRS. He recently paid $3.3 million in taxes to have a tax lien released by the IRS. Why would a man as powerful as Mayweather, a professional boxer undefeated in the ring, decide to pay the IRS? The IRS happens to be … Continue reading Mayweather Will Lose

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2017 Federal Tax Relief for Michigan Residents in “Disaster Areas” August 6th, 2017

2017 Federal Tax Relief for Michigan Residents in “Disaster Areas”

Due to severe storms and flooding that occurred on June 22, 2017 , taxpayers in Michigan in the following counties are qualified for tax relief: Bay, Gladwin, Isabella, and Midland Counties, and the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe within Isabella County. The President has declared those counties to be “disaster areas”. The relief allows taxpayers with filing … Continue reading 2017 Federal Tax Relief for Michigan Residents in “Disaster Areas”

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