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Savings Bonds

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesSavings Bonds Savings bonds are a great way to save money for your future. Either purchased yourself, or given as a gift, savings bonds ensure you that you will have at least some amount of savings later on. Although you may already know a little about savings bonds, either owning them yourself or having

IRS launches ‘Tax Pro Account’ feature

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares The IRS unveiled a new online feature on Monday known as the “Tax Pro Account,” the purpose of which, for now, is to automate the submission of powers of attorney (POAs) to authorize tax practitioners to represent individual taxpayers and tax information authorizations (TIAs) to view their taxpayers’ accounts. But the IRS ultimately

Biden Infrastructure Spending Plan Offsets Small Portion of the Cost

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares As Congress considers turning the $579 billion bipartisan infrastructure deal and President Joe Biden’s $2.2 trillion American Jobs Plan (AJP) into legislative text, policymakers may consider using additional tax revenue generated from infrastructure spending to offset the plans’ deficit impact. Applying dynamic scoring to the spending side of the proposals would only generate

Cost Of Professional Tax Filers-Is It Worth The Deduction

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesCost Of Professional Tax Filers-Is It Worth The Deduction Each year, come April 15th, millions of hard working, red-blooded Americans file federal and state income taxes to compute the amount of money they either owe the government or the amount they will refunded. Because the laws change every year and the U.S. tax code

How Biden Business Tax Proposals Would Impact Taxpayers Across States

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares The Biden administration has proposed several tax increases on businesses, whether structured as C corporations subject to the corporate income tax or passthrough entities such as S corporations, partnerships, or sole proprietorships that are subject to the individual income tax. It is important to remember that those business taxes ultimately fall on people,

IRS Wins Lien Priority Fight with Bank

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares In Citizens Bank, N.A. v. Nash, No. 2:20-cv-00351 (E.D. Pa. 2021) a lien priority fight occurred between the IRS and the bank holding the taxpayer’s mortgage.  In many ways the bank’s problem reminded me of problems that routinely plague the IRS in lien priority fights.  The bank erroneously recorded a release and that
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