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Month: April 2018

3 myths about tax refunds debunked

If you are among the many Atlanta area residents who filed your taxes before the deadline, you might be eagerly waiting for your refund to show up in your account. The IRS has a standard time-frame for how long it takes them to process most tax returns. Though they...

Responding to an IRS notice

Georgia residents who receive a letter from the IRS should respond to it as quickly as possible. This is generally true whether a person has received an audit notice or a request for more information. In some cases, the IRS is writing to let a person know that he or...

How to file a tax extension

Georgia residents who can't file their tax return by the April 17 deadline are entitled to ask for an additional six months to do so. In most cases, the extension request is granted automatically. Furthermore, it is generally possible to do so by filing IRS Form 4868...

How the tax audit rate impacts Americans

The IRS audits less than 1 percent of returns submitted by individuals and partnerships. Therefore, it could stand to reason that taxpayers in Georgia and throughout the country have more incentive to cheat on their taxes. However, the truth is that recent changes to...

Staying prepared in case of an IRS audit

Many companies and business owners in Georgia can begin to develop a sense of complacency about the danger of an IRS audit for their firm, especially given the news that IRS resources have been depleted. There have been cuts to the agency's budget over the past few...

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