10 Tax Tips To Learn For 2019
As 2018 draws to a close, it’s time to consider tax planning strategies that will lower your 2018 tax liability. There is still time to implement many tax savings strategies before the end of the year which can lower your tax bill for 2018 and beyond. There are many overlooked situations which business owners can […]
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Tax season is right around the corner! Don’t let the tax man take you for all you’ve got this year. Let Alaska Tax Lady help you get more of your refund and pay less!
Businesses can visit IRS.gov to find out how tax reform affects their bottom line
Business may find they have questions about how 2017’s tax reform legislation affects their organization and their bottom line. IRS.gov is a great place to find answers. Here are several pages on the IRS website that address tax reform. Businesses can bookmark these pages and check back often, as the IRS regularly updates them with […]
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Watch Out for Income Tax Refund Fraud!
Tax refund fraud is one of the fastest-growing forms of identity theft. A thief steals your identity, then uses it to file a bogus tax return with the IRS. The return includes a very generous refund, which is paid to the thief. The thief files the return early in the year before you have a […]
10 best tax-planning tips for 2019
With the end of 2018 approaching, it’s time to start strategizing about how you’ll handle your federal tax bill, and it’s even more complicated this year because multiple changes to tax rules have gone into effect. State and local tax deductions are now capped at $10,000, estate tax exemptions have doubled, home equity debt can […]
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Want to do your taxes yourself? Just have a question or need a little help? Why not ask an expert! Alaska Tax Lady offers consultation appointments for anyone looking to file independently or just needing a little extra advice.
Mailing Forms and Payments to the IRS
If you need to mail a return to the IRS, be sure to check IRS.gov for the most current information on where to file paper tax returns. The IRS also recommends checking any pre-printed envelopes on hand in your office, as many of the mailing addresses for tax forms, payments and correspondence have changed.