Category Archives: Tax Relief

What to know when filing your taxes

The deadline to file taxes is just a few days away. While some people do it early, others choose to wait right up until April 15. If you fall into this category, Pew Law Center has a few tips to make things less stressful. Be prepared It’s very important to have all of your forms in one place when filing…

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The Middle Class Can’t Afford It

Unfortunately, the middle class isn’t as comfortable as it once was ten or more years ago. With the recession and job market struggles, many of today’s middle class families can’t afford things they used to be able to buy. Vacations The average cost of a summer vacation for a family of four is $2500 or more. In order for a…

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Taxes And Your Inheritance

Inheriting money from a lost loved one can be a tough time. With so many decisions ahead close to the emotions of the loss can make choosing what to do with the money difficult. Before you make any major moves with the inheritance money it is important to consider a few tax implications first. Taxes Tax  laws are complicated, but…

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Identity Theft Leads to Increased Taxpayer Refund Fraud

Another taxpayer’s Social Security Number is stolen – just one more case of identity theft. This time, the thief created a fake W-2, filed a fraudulent tax return, claimed a refund from the IRS, and received that refund by direct deposit to a debit card. A simple, efficient electronic fund transfer from the U.S. Treasury to a thief. When do…

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How To Avoid a Tax Audit in Arizona In Six Steps

There are few things Arizonans dread more than the news that they will be getting audited by the IRS. Even the most scrupulous of taxpayers can spend many sleepless nights wondering if they have categorized and documented their deductions and credits properly. In this series of blogs, we will look at the ten basic steps you can take to minimize the…

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8 Ways to Get Your Tax Return in the IRS Cross-Hairs

Maybe you’ve heard that the IRS doesn’t have time to audit more than 1% of all individual tax returns in any given year. But that’s small comfort when you’re among the 1% who gets audited! If you do be sure the contact the best Gilbert tax lawyers. Who is most likely to receive that dreaded IRS Notice of Audit? The…

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