Tax Season

Not Filing Taxes Could Get You in Trouble with IRS says Gary Quackenbush Tax Expert

Posted on Apr 6, 2017 in San Diego Lawyer, Small Business, Tax Season, Taxes, Tips for Entrepreneurs | Comments Off on Not Filing Taxes Could Get You in Trouble with IRS says Gary Quackenbush Tax Expert

Gary Quackenbush on NBC TV with Consumer Bob CONSUMER BOB HELPS TO SAVE YOU MONEY AND TIME Not Filing Taxes Could Get You in Trouble with IRS Here is the link to a TV show Gary was on with Consumer Bob. The question was whether the IRS would catch up to you if you did not file a tax return. The answer may surprise you. LINK – Quackenbush on TV with Consumer Bob – Late Filed Taxes – 2 minute video...

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Tax Scams Continue, Beware

Posted on Mar 23, 2016 in San Diego Lawyer, Tax Season, Taxes | Comments Off on Tax Scams Continue, Beware

Tax Scams Continue, Beware Last week the IRS issued yet another warning that tax scams continue as this tax season draws to a close. In the March 14 IRS Newswire report, the IRS warned about a new scam tactic used by criminals to get sensitive, financial and personal information from unsuspecting victims. Earlier this year we posted about tax scams involving fake charities and identity theft. We posted in 2015 about phishing scams, where con artists use fake emails or set up fake websites in an attempt to get your information. Similar scams continue and now may involve criminals pretending...

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What You Should Know about the Child Tax Credit

Posted on Feb 26, 2016 in San Diego Lawyer, Tax Season, Taxes | Comments Off on What You Should Know about the Child Tax Credit

What You Should Know about the Child Tax Credit While many aspects of tax filing, and tax season in general, are a big drag, there is one aspect of tax filing that many look forward to- their refund. For the most part, refund money isn’t “free money” from the government, its money you overpaid during the year but even so, getting some dollars back in your bank account is never a bad thing. For parents of minor children, the Child Tax Credit is often to thank for taking at least a little off the top of your tax bill and, hopefully, adding a bit more to your refund. The Child...

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Fake Charities: Dirty Dozen Tax Scams 2016

Posted on Feb 16, 2016 in San Diego Lawyer, Tax Season, Taxes | Comments Off on Fake Charities: Dirty Dozen Tax Scams 2016

Fake Charities: Dirty Dozen Tax Scams 2016 Did you know that not all charities are truly charitable? Its a terrible and twisted concept but its reality. There are groups that pretend to be charitable, drawing you in and encouraging you to donate money and give your personal information with plans to scam you. The IRS recently warned tax payers to be aware of such fake charities in its recent update about its Dirty Dozen Tax Scams for the 2016 filing season. “Fake charities set up by scam artists to steal your money or personal information are a recurring problem,” said IRS...

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Identity Theft: Dirty Dozen Tax Scams 2016

Posted on Feb 5, 2016 in Tax Season, Taxes | Comments Off on Identity Theft: Dirty Dozen Tax Scams 2016

Identity Theft: Tax Scams                 With tax season upon us, the IRS has issued warnings that scam artists are on the prowl and they could be after you. They have again issued their list of the “Dirty Dozen” Tax Scams, this time identity theft tops the list. You can read about 2015’s number one, phone scams, in our post from last year. While identity theft can happen at any time of the year, many criminals take advantage of tax season to get their victims. Tax-related identity theft happens when someone uses your social security number and personal information to file...

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Tax Season 2016 Begins Tomorrow!

Posted on Jan 18, 2016 in Tax Season, Taxes | Comments Off on Tax Season 2016 Begins Tomorrow!

Let Tax Season 2016 Begin! With the start of the new year comes the start of tax season! Are you ready for tax season 2016? The IRS announced that the individual tax return fling season will begin tomorrow, Tuesday, January 19th and last a little longer than usual this year. While most tax seasons end on April 15th, this tax season 2106 will end on April 18th. This is due to the observance of Emancipation Day on Friday, April 15th. They expect over 150 million returns to be filed this tax season and to give refunds to more than seventy percent of those filers. Last year they gave out 109...

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