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Tax Guidance & Preparation

The Internal Revenue Service introduced several new features to the interactive Online Payment Agreement application which will make it easier for taxpayers and their authorized representatives to make changes to existing installment agreements. The system will now permit: Individuals to revise their payment due dates and/or...

IRS Form 8919, Uncollected Social Security and Medicare Tax on Wages, may be used if you were an employee and your employer did not withhold your share these taxes and you meet certain criteria. These taxes will then be credited to you social security records. Generally, a...

Officials from the Internal Revenue Service and more than two dozen state workforce agencies announced they have entered into agreements to share the results of employment tax examinations. The agreements, part of the Questionable Employment Tax Practice (QETP) initiative, provide a centralized, uniform means for the...

In a tax emergency, would you be ready? Well– good tax records not only help you prepare your tax return. They also help you answer questions if your return is selected for examination or prepare a response if you are billed for additional tax. Fortunately, you...