Due to the recent events in light of the COVID-19 outbreak, we’ve decided as of Monday, March 23rd to lock our lobby to protect our staff and clients.
We will still be staffed during regular business hours, so please call ahead if you need to drop off any paperwork as we’ll still be limiting contact with the public. We are still accepting your tax documents by Client Portal, email, or fax to complete your returns.
If you have any questions at all, please call 725-9941.
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Recently, in response to the coronavirus pandemic, the IRS announced the 2020 tax day had been changed from April 15 to July 15. This motivation behind this move was to help taxpayers avoid penalties and interest if the current social distancing and quarantine policies are preventing the timely filing of tax returns. In this post, I … Continue reading 2020 tax day moved from April 15 to July 15
Yesterday we published a blog explaining who gets the economic impact payment (stimulus check) from the IRS. Since that post, there have been quite a few people concerned about who doesn’t get a check. In this post, I will focus on three groups of adults that won’t get a stimulus check. Adults who exceed the … Continue reading Some adults won’t get the economic impact payment
Updated to include that dependents over 16 will not get a check. Last week President Trump signed into law the historic $2,000,000,000,000 stimulus package. Included in this law is the economic impact payments that many adults in the United States will receive. The Internal Revenue Services (IRS) has a page detailing just how they plan to distribute … Continue reading Making sure you get the economic impact payment
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