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Even COVID-19 Can’t Stop the Scammers

With the extension of the income tax filing season through July 15th and the forthcoming stimulus funds that will be distributed to taxpayers, it is important for everyone to stay vigilant to avoid scammers and fraudsters who...

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Doing Well By Doing Good

Lifetime charitable giving, properly planned, may afford income tax savings. Under current federal income tax law, the income tax charitable deduction is available to taxpayers who itemize deductions rather than take the...

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An Alternative to 1031 Exchanges

IRC § 1400Z-2, under The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, established an investment program designed to provide preferential tax treatment for investment in developments located within certain designated economically distressed...

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How Long Should You Keep Your Tax Records?

The length of time you should keep tax records depends on the action, expense, or event which the records will substantiate. Generally, you should keep records until the statute of limitations period for an audit or assessment...

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