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January 2015 Archives

Understanding income tax years

For individuals living in Georgia and anywhere else in the United States, it is very important to know when the income tax year begins. For most people, the tax year is 12 consecutive months and runs from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, and tax returns are due by April 15 of the next year. However, there are exceptions.

Preparing for a business audit

Some companies in Georgia may have experience with IRS business audits. Although these audits have the potential to be stressful experiences for business owners, it may be possible to mitigate their operational impact through careful preparation and planning.

Let our firm help you settle your tax debt

If you have been notified by the Internal Revenue Service about unpaid tax liabilities, we may be able to help you find the solution you need to settle those debts. Serving clients throughout the state of Georgia, we can suggest a variety of options including an offer in compromise in which we negotiate with the IRS to accept a partial settlement..

What is the IRS looking for during a business tax audit?

Owners of small businesses in Georgia may be interested in some information on what the Internal Revenue Service is trying to find when conducting a business tax audit. Depending on what its analysis shows, there could be serious issues for the business owner.

Georgians must pay multiple forms of property tax

The state and local taxes Georgia residents pay on their properties and assets vary widely. In addition to the existence of multiple laws and statutes, there are also variances in methods of collection, property valuation and tax calculation to consider. All these factors can affect an individual's tax debt.

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