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How To Choose A Tax Preparer – Choosing the Best Tax Preparer for You
Choosing the right tax preparer is one the most important financial decisions we make in our life. Although many people don’t often think about it, your income taxes are your largest lifetime expense, more than your home mortgage, your retirement contributions or your children’s college expenses. Tax Preparer Selection- Read More
Corporate Tax Solutions for Attorney’s and Law Firms
Law firms and solo practice attorneys are a specialty area of corporate and partnership tax. Law firms will typically operate on a cash basis of tax accounting, which means that they report income when they collect their fees from clients or resolution of a court proceeding. Corporate Tax Solutions For Law Firms – Read More
Corporation Tax & Partnership Tax
30 years of experience with corporate tax returns and Partnership tax returns. Corporation Tax & Partnership Tax – Read More
IRS Audits/Tax Dispute Services
When the IRS notifies you of an audit, knocks on your door, or sends you a letter demanding additional tax, penalties, or interest, don’t allow yourself to be consumed with worry. We can get involved…Read more about IRS Audits/Tax Dispute Services
Executive Tax, Planning, & Benefit Review Services
For corporate executives with major Houston employers we offer fixed fee “concierge level” executive tax planning, IRS representation, and employee benefit review service. Executive Tax Planning – Read More
5 IRS Red Flags That Can Help You Avoid An IRS Audit
If anyone can say that they know how to avoid an IRS, we definitely can. Avoid an IRS Audit – Read More
9 Tips for Taxpayers Contributing to an Individual Retirement Plan
If you haven’t made all the allocationss to your conventional IRA that you prefer to make – no worries, you may still have time. Here are the top 9 things the IRS wants you to know about appropriating retirement funds into an individual retirement account.
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Nine Things You May Not Know about Farm Income and Deductions
If you own and operate a farm, there are many income tax deductions that you should consider before filing your federal income tax return. The Internal Revenue Service has composed a list of 10 things that farmers may want to know before filing their federal income tax return. 9 Tax Tips For Farmers – Read More
Tax Preparation Strategy
Planning and Tax Accounting practices that are fool proof to save you money on this year’s income tax return. Tax Preparation Strategy – Read More
Tax Preparation Basics
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5 Tax Preparation Tips
Increase Your Tax Refund by Consulting an Income Tax Preparation Expert and J.M. Trippon & Co 5 Tax Preparation Tips – Tax Preparation Tips Full Article
7 Reasons To File Your Federal Income Tax Return On TIme
Filing your income tax return early and on time will avoid unnecessary penalties that are levied by the IRS. Here are the Top 7 Reasons To File Your Income Tax Returns On Time. Read More about Filing Your Income Tax On Time
7 Easy Tax Preparation & Tax Accounting Tips
Tax accounting and tax planning are two of the most important key features in personal financial planning. Here are 8 Essential Tips for Personal Taxes and tax accounting that will make your tax preparation less “taxing” this year. Learn more about Tax Preparation & Tax Accounting
Income Tax Deduction Basics
Federal income tax deduction is a term that probably everyone has heard before. But what is an actual federal income tax deduction? Read more about Income Tax Deduction Basics
Income Tax Problems – Practical Solutions
A majority of income tax problems start with marriage, divorce or death. Learn more about Income Tax Problems – Practical Solutions
IRS Tax Fraud – Defined?
There is a big difference in taking a few tax deductions for a few hundred dollars and committing tax fraud. Tax fraud means that you have intentionally broken the tax law providing incorrect information on your federal income tax return for the purpose of financial gain. Learn more about IRS Tax Fraud
Business Preparation of Taxes
No matter the size of the business, each business in the United States is required to prepare an income tax return and pay taxes on their sales. Read More About Business Preparation of Taxes
Most Common Tax Deductions And Credits For Homeowners
Homeowners pay a yearly property tax based on the value of the owners home. What most homeowners do not know is that this yearly property tax is fully tax deductible. The local property tax that is paid is a legal deduction allowed by the federal government. Read entire article about Most Common Tax Deductions And Credits For Homeowners
Ways To Lower Your Taxable Income & Reducing Your Tax Liability
Do you have income that you are paying taxes on, that maybe a protected deduction by the U.S. tax code? Do you want to keep Uncle Sam away from your hard earned money? Learn the 8 Ways To Lower Your Taxable Income & Reducing Your Tax Liability

10 Facts About Capital Gains and Losses
Have you heard of capital gains and losses? You may prefer to read up on Capital Gains and Losses since they could have an affect on your income tax return. The Internal Revenue Service wishes you to know these 10 facts about capital gains and losses and how they could impact your tax filing and tax liability…10 Facts About Capital Gains Taxes

5 Important Facts About Your Unemployment Benefits
Taxpayers who accepted unemployment benefits in 2009 are eligible for a special tax benefit as they file their 2009 federal income tax returns. This tax benefit is part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009… 5 Important Facts About Your Unemployment Benefits

Understanding Tax Accounting on Estates
Many of us have a tendency to get confused when we have to calculate the taxes we owe to the IRS. Although confusion is normal, we cannot afford to allow our ignorance to land us into any trouble with the IRS…Understanding Tax Accounting on Estates

5 Income Tax Planning Tips for Dentists
Taxes are as painful for dentists as getting a tooth extracted. But there are ways by which it can be made less painful. Listed are five income tax planning tips which can lead to sizeable savings…5 Income Tax Planning Tips for Dentists
Deducting Your Car – What Business Owners Need to Know To Avoid An IRS Audit
Cars are one of the key sources used to deduct expenses for your business. If you are using a car or more than one car for your business, then you can easily deduct the expenses incurred because of the car/s from your taxes…Deducting Your Car – What Business Owners Need to Know
IRS Innocent Spouse Tax Debt Relief – Don’t Pay Your Ex’s Tax Bill
Divorce is an inevitable fact of life. When a divorce takes place, an individual not only suffers from mental disintegration but also has to adjust to new financial compulsions that get set into motion as a result of the divorce…IRS Innocent Spouse Tax Debt Relief
IRSAudits – Understanding Why Using a CPA for IRS Audit Representation is Important
An IRS audit is never pleasant, but it’s a fact that such audits cannot be avoided once the IRS decides to conduct one. Once you receive a notice you are being audited, the smart thing to do is call a CPA…
IRS Audits – Why You Need a CPA
Ten Facts about Mortgage Debt Forgiveness
If your mortgage debt is partially or completely forgiven for the years 2007 through 2012, you could be able to claim special tax relief and exclude the debt forgiven from your income. Here is a list of 10 facts the Internal Revenue Service desires you to know about Mortgage Debt Forgiveness…
Ten Facts about Mortgage Debt Forgiveness
Forensic Accounting in Business Litigation – Your Secret Weapon
Knowing what your business competitors are up to is an important part of strategy, but when it comes to litigation forensic accounting is indispensible. Forensic literally means used in a court of law or for public debate….
Forensic Accounting in Business Litigation
6 Facts About Taxable Social Security Benefits
If you were paid Social Security benefits in 2009, you want to recognize whether or not these Social Security benefits are taxable. Here are 6 facts the Internal Revenue Service wants you to know about Social Security tax benefits 6 Facts About Taxable Social Security Benefits
5 Tax Tips For Changing Your Address With the IRS
Are you moving in the near future? There are steps that you will want to take to officially change your address with the Internal Revenue Service. Five Tips for Taxpayers Making a Move
Six Facts on How to GetCredit for Retirement Savings Contributions
If you make eligible contributions to an employer-sponsored retirement plan or to an individual retirement arrangement, you may be eligible for a tax credit. Here are 6 things you need to know about the Retirement Savings Contributions Credit
Top Nine Facts about Taking Early Distributions from Retirement Plans
Some taxpayers may have needed to take an early distribution from their retirement plan last year. The IRS wants individuals who took an early distribution to know that there can be a tax impact to tapping your retirement fund. 9 Facts About Early Distributions From Retirement Plans
Investment Income Tax Planning For Your Kids
The Internal Revenue Service desires parents to be well aware of the taxation rules that impact their children’s investment income. The following 4 facts will help parents decide whether their child’s investment income will be taxed at the parents’ tax rate or the child’s rate. 4 Facts Parents Should Know About Their Kids Investments
5 Tips About First-Time Homebuyer Credit Documentation Requirements
Are you confused about the documentation requirements of the First-Time Homebuyer Tax Deduction? Taking the First-Time Homebuyer Tax Deduction on your 2009 income tax return may result in a bigger refund but it can seem complicated. 1st Time Home Buyer Tips
Eight Important Facts about the Health Coverage Tax Credit
The Health Coverage Tax Credit pays 80 percent of health insurance premiums for eligible taxpayers and their qualified family members. However, many people who could be receiving this valuable credit don’t know about it, and are missing out on big savings that can help them and their families keep their health insurance. 8 Facts About Health Coverage Tax Credit – HCTC
Is This Income Taxable?
While most income you receive is generally considered taxable, there are some situations when certain types of income are partially taxed or not taxed at all.
To ensure taxpayers are familiar with the difference between taxable and non-taxable income, the Internal Revenue Service offers these common examples of items that are not included in your income: Is This Income Taxable?
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