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Mom and Dad, help! I want to buy a house!

You’ve finished college, landed a great job, and have identified the perfect starter home. But as you examine your finances, you find you do not have sufficient funds in your bank account to buy a house, and with a minimum … read more

IRS Online “Get Transcript” Service Gets Hacked

The IRS announced that criminals used taxpayer-specific data acquired from non-IRS sources to gain unauthorized access to information on approximately 100,000 tax accounts through the IRS “Get Transcript” application. This data included Social Security information, date of birth and street … read more

Pushing for Tax Reform – Cash Method of Accounting

The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) has recently been participating in U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Small Business hearings on tax reform with the goal of ensuring that main street isn’t left behind. One area of focus … read more

Exemption Due to Marketplace 1095-A Error

It has recently been discovered that there is a widespread number of taxpayers that are encountering errors with the Form 1095-A (Health Insurance Marketplace Statements). The types of errors that are occurring consist of incorrect information on the form or … read more

IRS Marks National Military Appreciation Month

May is National Military Appreciation Month, and the Internal Revenue Service wants members of the military and their families to know about the many tax benefits available to them. Each year, the IRS publishes Publication 3, Armed Forces Tax Guide, … read more

Tax Benefits of Hiring Children to Work in the Family Business

Finding work for young adults that are eligible for employment can be very stressful. In recent years, the economy has created a culture which makes graduating college and taking that next step into the work force one that is not … read more

Bill Passed to Enhance College Tuition Plans

Sending a child off to college can be a tough situation, emotionally and mentally, for many different reasons. Creating a 529 plan to save money and pay for your child’s college tuition is very important, but what about all the … read more

AZ Expands School Tuition Organization Credit to S Corps

The Arizona legislature has established a pro rata income tax credit for an S corporation that donates to a school tuition organization (STO) for tax years beginning on or after 1/1/2015. To qualify for the credit, the aggregate amount of … read more

Did You Participate in an Employee Stock Option or Stock Purchase Plan?

Did you know about the new reporting requirements that took effect in 2014? If you did not, or even if you did, you may want to DOUBLE check your current year tax return, because you may have been DOUBLE taxed! … read more

Mid-Year Premium Tax Credit Checkup

Now that there is a year of the Health Insurance Marketplace in the books, it is time to assess how having insurance through the marketplace needs to have a mid-season checkup. If you have insurance through the Marketplace, you may … read more


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