AUSTIN, TX – Texans can take advantage of Early Voting in the 2012 Primary Runoff Elections for one more day. Early Voting ends Friday, July 27. During the Early Voting period, voters can cast ballots at any polling place in their county of residence, making the voting process more convenient. Election Day for the runoff elections is Tuesday, July 31, 2012.
For polling locations and times voters should contact their local elections office, or they can find the information through www.votetexas.gov.
Additionally, photo identification as required in Senate Bill 14 will not be required in Early Voting or on Election Day. To cast a ballot during Early Voting or on Election Day, voters should present their voter registration card or in lieu of a voter registration card, at least one of the following:
A driver’s license or personal identification card issued to you by the Texas Department of Public Safety or a similar document issued to you by an agency of another state, even if the license or card has expired;
A form of identification that contains your photograph and establishes your identity;
A birth certificate or other document confirming birth that is admissible in a court of law and establishes the person’s identity;
Your United States citizenship papers;
Your United States passport;
Official mail addressed to you by a governmental entity; or
A copy of a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or other government document that shows your name and address.
For more information on the voting process in Texas, including where to vote, please visit www.votetexas.gov.
Why Taxes? Why Now?
"We opened up shop here in the Wylie, Sachse, Murphy area in 2018 with a passion to help start-ups and small businesses get on top of their bookkeeping,” Allen explains.
“What we found was a lot of folks just don’t get the tax game. And now that there are new laws and regulations, many are starting to panic; but trust me, small businesses have everything to gain with the new Section 179 Deductions.
“After filing a few late returns, in that first year, we learned that there is a real need for some tax expertise. We spent a good part of 2018 getting up to speed on tax law, and now I am an Enrolled Agent, federally licensed to practice before the IRS on behalf of my clients and anyone else who may be facing the daunting ‘IRS boogie man.’
“During tax season, we are prepared to handle it all.
For individuals we have helped folks with past-due tax returns and work with the IRS to eliminate all penalties... sometimes we given get rid of the tax debt itself.
For companies the biggest problem businesses of all sizes have is filing and paying their payroll taxes - both state and federal - on time. The rules for 940s and 941s are extremely confusing so we have helped a lot of companies catch up.
If they like our work, they sometimes retain us for bookkeeping and payroll.
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