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Month: January 2019

IRS must recover from government shutdown

Although the most recent government shutdown is over, there may be some long-term impacts for Georgia residents. For example, the IRS says that it is weeks behind in hiring and training staff for the upcoming tax season. It also says that there are millions of...

The new tax season and the government shutdown

With the new tax season almost here, the citizens of Georgia should get ready and take the time to make sure that all their financial matters are in order. However, it is also worth noting that this year should be a particularly strenuous year for the IRS. On the one...

Do you qualify for CNC status with the IRS?

You may be facing financial circumstances that prevent you from paying the amount of tax you owe to the Internal Revenue Service. You are looking for some kind of relief, and “Currently Not Collectible” status may be just what the doctor ordered. A little history The...

Tax deductions individuals can take in 2019

While the tax law has changed in recent years, there are still many deductions that Georgia residents may be entitled to in addition to the standard deduction. For example, it may be possible to take a deduction for student loan interest up to $2,500. This is true for...

Keeping tax records forever isn’t a bad idea

Georgia residents and others are advised to keep a physical and digital copy of a tax return for as long as they live. This can be helpful in the event that the IRS claims a person hasn't filed a return in a given year or filed a fraudulent return. Furthermore, the...

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