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Accountant or Attorney? The IRS 90-Day Letter

In a perfect world, the tax law would be clear, easy to comply with, and most everyone would timely file any required returns. Those returns would, of course, all be accepted as filed. End of story. But, as we know, … Continue reading

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The IRS 30-Day Letter and Appeals

Accountant or Attorney? The IRS 30-Day Letter and Appeals Following a Federal income tax audit in which changes are proposed but not accepted by the taxpayer, the IRS agent examining will generally send a letter with a computation and a … Continue reading

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Should We File Married Filing Jointly?

Are You Sure You Want to File MFJ? When a couple says “I do” they begin to share everything, from the household bills to cramped bathroom space. But is this always a good idea when it comes to filing taxes? … Continue reading

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