Home Ownership: Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, Part 3

  Another big question coming from many clients regarding the new Act’s effect on their returns is about home ownership. Traditionally, tax law provides numerous incentives for home ownership by [...]

Tax Reform Law Has Passed Congress

  The new tax reform law has passed Congress and is awaiting the President’s signature! There are a lot of Christmas goodies in the new law, but a few lumps [...]

Tax Reform Update

The House of Representatives has passed a tax reform bill, which for the first time since the 1980’s, would enact fairly comprehensive changes to our Tax Code. The Senate is [...]

Time to Renew Expiring ITINS

Time to Renew Expiring ITINS For taxpayers who require an ITIN (Individual Taxpayer Identification Number), now is the time to renew it before the end of the year.  An ITIN [...]

When the IRS Knocks

From the Desk of Lauran L. Stevenson When the IRS Knocks The IRS has created a special new page (“How to know it’s really the IRS calling or knocking on [...]

Taxpayer Bill of Rights: The Right to Privacy

From the Desk of Lauran Corcoran Taxpayer Bill of Rights: The Right to Privacy Taxpayers have the right to expect that any IRS inquiry, examination, or enforcement action will comply [...]