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Newsletter: February 2018 – A Quick Update!

Tax Identity Theft Isn’t Limited to Individual Returns The Internal Revenue Service issued a bulletin in December 2017 warning small businesses to be vigilant against increasing tax identity thefts against employers. It was noted that the IRS saw a large…

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Newsletter: January 2018 – A Quick Update!

Does your rental property activity meet the definition of a trade or business activity? If yes, your rentals produce the best possible tax benefits. Generally, you report your rental properties on Schedule E of your tax return. When your activity…

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How to Stop Wage Garnishment in Michigan

Stopping a wage garnishment in Michigan for taxes owed is a common issue for many Michigan residents. When a tax bill from the IRS or the State of Michigan is unpaid or ignored, the IRS or State of Michigan Taxation…

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June 2017 Newsletter – A Quick Update!

Man Claims He Didn’t File Tax Returns Because of the Bible: James Schlosser of PA was convicted of failing to file tax returns for 21 years because he considered using a Social Security number akin to using the “mark of…

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