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What You Should Know About Federal Tax Liens

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

A tax lien occurs when the government has a legal claim against a taxpayer’s property for failure to pay a debt. These liens basically protect the federal government’s interest in a specific piece of property, which could include everything from a financial asset to real estate or even a personal possession. There are, however,… Read More »


What is a Temporary Delay of Collection and Do I Qualify for It?

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Taxpayers who don’t pay their taxes in full when filing their returns and who don’t qualify for an extension can expect to receive a bill from the IRS for the amount owed. The collection process officially starts upon receipt of this bill, which means that interest and penalties on that amount will continue to… Read More »


Am I Eligible for an Offer in Compromise?

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Taxpayers who are unable to meet their tax obligations to the IRS may qualify for an Offer in Compromise, which allows eligible individuals and business owners to settle their tax debts for less than the full amount they owe. For help determining whether you qualify for an offer in compromise, please reach out to… Read More »


The Importance of Safeguarding Tax Information

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

With the tax deadline officially past and the peak periods for natural disasters rapidly approaching in Florida and elsewhere in the U.S., taxpayers across the country are being encouraged to take steps to protect their important tax and financial information. Such preparation can go a long way towards helping taxpayers feel secure, especially in… Read More »


Connecticut Storm Victims Qualify for Tax Relief

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Early in January, severe storms swept across the state of Connecticut, causing millions of dollars worth of damage and leaving many residents without shelter. These problems were exacerbated by the partial breach of at least two dams, which left an estimated 5,000 people without power and many others stranded in their homes. In an… Read More »


The Employer-Provided Childcare Tax Credit

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Employers who provide childcare services to their employees could be eligible for the employer-provided childcare tax credit, which covers expenses for childcare facilities, childcare resources, and referrals. This credit is an incentive that offers qualifying businesses a tax credit of up to $150,000 to offset 25 percent of their yearly childcare facility expenditures, in… Read More »


FAQs About 1099-K Forms

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Many taxpayers receive 1099-K forms come tax season. These forms are a type of information return that is used to report certain types of payments received by a taxpayer during the year. Unfortunately, there is a lot of confusion about 1099-K forms, which can lead to costly mistakes when filing one’s return. To help… Read More »


Your Tax Time Guide

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

With tax season quickly approaching, it’s important that taxpayers start preparing to submit their returns and make any payments that they owe. To help, we’ve included a few things to keep in mind this spring when you file your 2023 taxes. Tips for Filing an Accurate Return  The deadline for filing income returns this… Read More »


What to Know About Standard vs Itemized Deductions

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

A tax deduction lowers the amount of a taxpayer’s income that is subject to taxes, thereby also lowering the amount that a taxpayer has to pay come tax season. While most taxpayers use the standard deduction, many instead opt for the itemized deduction. Read on to learn more about the differences between these two… Read More »


IRA Owners Can Make Up to $100,000 in Tax-Free Charitable Gifts

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

In most cases, distributions from traditional Individual Retirement Arrangement (IRAs) are taxable when they are received. There are, however, exceptions to this rule. For instance, IRA owners who are over a certain age can transfer as much as $100,000 with no tax repercussions every year as long as those distributions are paid directly from… Read More »