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  • Businesses must learn new tax law or pay the price in 2019

    Small business owners who don't take time to understand the new tax law may be in for a painful filing season next spring. While accountants and tax attorneys always recommend owners review their finances and meet with tax professionals well before Dec. 31, it's particularly important now...

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  • Businesses must learn new tax law or pay the price in 2019

    Small business owners who don't take time to understand the new tax law may be in for a painful filing season next spring. While accountants and tax attorneys always recommend … Click to Continue

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  • Make the Most of Potential Tax Deductions Under the New Tax Law

    With some year-end planning, you may still find it worthwhile to file an itemized return to lower your 2018 tax bill.

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  • Tax Day is April 15. Here's what you can expect when filing under the new tax law

    Tax Day, the last day to file your 2018 tax return, is Monday, April 15, 2019. Tax refunds typically arrive within three weeks of filing, and the IRS recommends receiving it via direct deposit. The new tax law is in effect, so there are a few changes to be aware of when filing your taxes. The deadline to submit your tax return in 2019 — or file an extension with the IRS — is Monday, April 15.  The new tax law is in effect, so there are a few changes to be aware of when filing your taxes. Here's...

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