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Tax Tips & News: income tax preparation

Tax Benefits Increase for 2012

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Even in the face of severe federal & state deficits, many tax benefits are due to raise for tax year 2012 (calendar year 2013).  By law, tax provisions are required to keep pace with inflation.  The new dollar amounts affecting most taxpayers are:

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Delayed Returns to be Accepted by IRS February 14th

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Due to late changes in the law the IRS has delayed the processing of certain returns.  Though the return cannot be processed until the newly announced date of Monday February 14th, there is no reason to delay the preparation of your returns.

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R&G Brenner Branch Offices are OPEN

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R&G Brenner Branch Offices are open tax season business hours as of today.  To schedule an appointment please contact the branch you are interested in or use our online appointment scheduler.

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Estate Taxes: A Time to Give and Save

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Estate planning is about organizing your assets which can prevent family fights and make sure that your well earned monies do not go to the government after death.  Estate planning can be complex involving various legal documents; but now is the time to take advantage of record tax savings and discuss the options with your Tax Consultant, Financial Advisor and Attorney.

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Upcoming Changes Cause Tax Uncertainty

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There is a lot of uncertainty pertaining to tax rates and cuts to previous provisions this year.  Specifically the  Estate Tax, Alternative Minimum Tax, Investment Taxes and Income Tax Rates in general are in question.  There is a good possibility that Congress will cut out previous provisions which will cause an increase for the upper 2% of tax payers.

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