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How Making Estimated Tax Payments Can Help Your Business

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Self-employed taxpayers and small business owners can save themselves a lot of trouble (and potentially avoid a surprise bill come tax season) by making estimated tax payments throughout the year, rather than making one single payment in the spring. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to calculate these payments and even those who do may… Read More »

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The Taxpayer Bill of Rights

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Although many taxpayers are not aware of it, we actually have fundamental rights under federal law. Known as the Taxpayer Bill of Rights, these benefits protect taxpayers when interacting with the IRS. To learn more about these protections and how they apply in your own life, please reach out to dedicated Florida tax and… Read More »

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Fixing an Error on Your Tax Return

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Even taxpayers who take great care when filing their tax returns can make mistakes or fail to omit required information. Fortunately, it is possible for taxpayers to remedy these types of mistakes by amending their tax returns, so if you recently realized that you made a critical error on your own return, it is… Read More »

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Options for Taxpayers Who Missed the Filing Deadline

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Filing one’s taxes can be a complicated process, and sometimes, despite a taxpayer’s best efforts, he or she is unable to meet the April deadline. Fortunately, there are a few different ways that taxpayers can address this lapse without incurring overly large interest charges or fines, so if you were unable to file your… Read More »

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New Regulations Regarding Qualified Opportunity Zone Investments

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

One of the most important decisions made by The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) involved investments in qualified opportunity zone business properties. Designed to encourage growth and investment in certain distressed areas, these provisions created a federal income tax benefit for taxpayers who invest in businesses located in these areas. The IRS recently… Read More »

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If You Need to Obtain or Renew Your Passport – Be Sure to Resolve Your Tax Issues First

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Under a new IRS policy, taxpayers with unresolved tax issues could be barred from renewing or obtaining a passport. For this reason, taxpayers who wish to avoid delays to their travel plans should take prompt action to resolve any tax concerns. For help identifying and resolving the tax issues that are keeping you from… Read More »

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E-Filing Cash Transaction Reports

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

In addition to reporting income and deductions to the IRS, taxpayers must also report any cash payments that they receive in excess of $10,000. While it is possible to fulfill this obligation by completing and submitting a paper form, many taxpayers choose to file these reports electronically. Regardless of the method used, reporting these… Read More »

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Special Tax Breaks for Members of the U. S. Armed Forces

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

While most of the deductions and tax breaks with which we are familiar are those that apply to civilian taxpayers, there are also a number of special tax benefits that are only available to members of the military and their families. To find out whether you qualify for these benefits, please contact dedicated Florida… Read More »

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EIN Application Process Revised

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Employer Identification Numbers (EINs) are nine-digit tax identification numbers that are assigned to certain entities, including corporations, trusts, and estates for tax filing purposes. Recently, in an effort to improve the security of taxpayer information, the IRS revised the process of applying for an EIN. Determining how and to whom the new rules apply… Read More »

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Estimated Tax Penalties for Farmers and Fishermen Waived

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Individuals, including farmers and fisherman, who chose not to make quarterly estimated tax payment this year were required to file their 1040’s for 2018, along with a payment for all taxes owed, by March 1st. Initially, taxpayers who fell under this category, but who failed to comply by the deadline were subject to a… Read More »