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    How long do I need to keep my tax records?

    Every year, you gather together all of your financial documents to file your taxes. Then you probably store them away in a box for filing cabinet – or digitally on your computer. This process goes on for years. Pretty soon, you have an entire archive of your financial...

    Does owing back taxes affect my credit score?

    Sometimes, a change in life circumstances can affect your tax bill more than you realize. One of the most common examples of this is making the transition from being an employee of a company to becoming a self-employed person. Being your own boss requires you to take...

    When the IRS calls: How to recognize a phone scam

    As we discussed in a recent post, IRS phone scams are becoming an increasingly common way to target vulnerable individuals. Scammers, pretending to be from the IRS, may try to contact you by phone, claiming you owe a certain sum – and requesting your information to...

    IRS phone scams becoming increasingly common

    Filing taxes is something we all have to do every year. It’s one of the tasks that adults most dread. You try to do your best to complete everything accurately, but the process is quite complicated – even if you’ve been doing it for years. While you may have done your...

    Taking advantage of legal tax shelters

    The term “tax shelter” often gets a bad rap. In media coverage, tax shelters are often discussed as fraudulent mechanisms for businesses to illegally avoid paying all of the taxes they owe. However, it’s worth noting that there are legal ways to use tax shelters as...

    3 common tax fraud mistakes

    As Ben Franklin put it, “nothing is certain but death and taxes.” Whether you prepare your own tax filings or go to a professional to do it, most of us are generally honest with the Internal Revenue Service when it comes to paying taxes. However, mistakes can be made...

    You filed an income tax extension. Now what?

    If you didn’t file your taxes by the April 18 deadline this year, hopefully you’ve requested an extension. An extension can give you extra time – up to six months – to file your return. It’s worth noting that for 2022, a six-month extension would push back your filing...

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