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Processing of Employee Retention Credit Halted After Submission of Questionable Claims

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

The IRS recently announced that it would be placing a moratorium (through the end of the year) on the processing of all new claims for the Employee Retention Credit. The announcement came after it was revealed that aggressive marketing to ineligible applicants had resulted in a surge of false claims. The agency plans to… Read More »

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401(k) and IRA Contribution Limits Set to Increase Next Year

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Many employers offer 401(k) plans to their employees, which allow individuals to place a portion of their paycheck automatically into their retirement savings account. While there are a lot of advantages to investing in 401(k) plans, there are also limits to how much a person can contribute. There are similar limits to the kinds… Read More »

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How to Calculate Tax Withholding Correctly

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Federal income taxes are handled on a pay-as-you-go basis, which means that taxpayers must pay taxes on what they earn as income during the year. Most do so by having their employers withhold a certain amount from their paychecks. Failing to withhold the right amount, however, could result in an unexpected tax bill. One… Read More »

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Filing a Tax Appeal with the Independent Office of Appeals

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

The IRS guarantees taxpayers certain rights, including the right to appeal the agency’s decisions about tax-related disputes. In these cases, taxpayers can try to avoid the time and expense of taking the case to trial by submitting a request for review to the IRS Independent Office of Appeals. When reviewing these cases, Appeals officers… Read More »

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Beware of These Tax Scams

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Taxpayers should always be wary of tax scams, which have proliferated in recent years. Taking precautionary measures, however, is especially important during the summertime, when tax scams surge across the country. Many of these scams involve emails and text messages that promise tax refunds or offers to help with tax issues, but that actually… Read More »

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Summertime Activities Could Affect Next Year’s Tax Return

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

While many people associate April with the dreaded tax season, it’s also important for taxpayers to keep in mind that decisions they make throughout the year will affect their tax returns. This often proves to be the case in summer, when many couples choose to make major life changes, like getting married or relocating…. Read More »

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A Few Tax Tips for New Parents

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

When it comes down to it, kids can be expensive. This is as true for those who are just bringing home a new baby from the hospital as for parents who adopt or for those who are raising a relative’s child. Fortunately, there are a lot of tax breaks available to parents, guardians, and… Read More »

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A Few Important Tax-Related Tips for Gig Economy Workers

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Employment as a gig economy worker is becoming ever more popular as a flexible way to earn some extra money. Whether someone is working for a ride-sharing company, renting a room, delivering food, or working for a company that outsources its labor, he or she will need to keep track of the funds they… Read More »

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Some Year-Round Tax Planning Pointers

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

While submitting a tax return can feel like a sigh of relief, the reality is that just because a taxpayer files a tax return doesn’t mean that he or she can forget about taxes until the next year. In fact, the kinds of tax planning taxpayers engage in during the year can affect how… Read More »

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Preparing to File Your Tax Return

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

The IRS gives taxpayers who cannot meet the April tax filing deadline extra time to submit their returns if they request an extension by April 18th. In these cases, filers have until mid-October to complete and file their returns. This does not mean, however, that taxpayers should put off filing until the deadline. Those… Read More »