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Tax Tips & News: IRS

Covid-19 Tax Relief Registration for Non-Filers

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If you usually do not file a tax return, click here to register with the IRS for Covid-19 stimulus relief.

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Hacked Equifax Hired by IRS

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Yes you read that right.  The IRS plans to go forward with hiring Equifax to verify and validate taxpayer identities in the wake of their massive systems breach.  If you missed the news (because apparently the IRS did), hackers were able to obtain confidential financial information—including social security numbers—of 145 million users; which now equates to the largest US data breach in history.

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Who Benefits From Trump’s Tax Plan?

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While the details are just emerging and the final plan is sure to change, the tax overhaul that Trump & the Republican party recently unveiled has clear beneficiaries; and early indications are it is NOT the “middle class”.  In fact, according to this analysis, Trump’s tax plan will see the majority of the benefits—i.e. tax cuts— to the rich; particularly the top 1% & 0.1%.

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Hurricane Harvey & Irma Tax Relief

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In the wake of the devastation of Hurricane Harvey, and the recent disaster declaration by President Trump, the IRS is offering tax relief to Texas victims affected by the storm:

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Partnership Tax Return Due Date Approaching

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The IRS has implemented a significant change to Partnership tax returns.  In past tax seasons, the due date for Partnerships was the same as the due date for personal returns; usually around April 15th.  However, starting for tax year 2016 (calendar year 2017) the new due date is March 15th.

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Regardless Of “Trumpcare” Outcome, “Obamacare” Being Starved To Death

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At R&G Brenner, one of our cardinal rules is that we try to remain apolitical. Simply put, the acrimony and division exhibited these last few elections cycles has clearly increased in frequency & intensity. R&G Brenner services thousands of clients across all political spectrums, and it is simply not good business to potentially upset even one of our clients.  However, when speaking about a subject like health care, it is impossible not to dive into politics; and this is really is the crux...

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Employers Must Provide W2s & 1099s By January 31st

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The IRS has a new due date requirement of 1/31/17 for employers to provide W2s & 1099s to employees & contractors.  Traditionally, 1099s were allotted more time to be delivered.  Not so for 2017 (tax year 2016).  Here are some more popular forms that must be released by 1/31:

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Will My Refund Be Delayed This Year?

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“Will my refund be delayed this year” is becoming an all too common refrain these days. Delayed e-filing dates, IRS not accepting tax forms & documents not being mailed out on time have all occurred over the last few years and have caused refund delays. However for the 2017 tax filing season (2016 tax year), it looks like we will get hit with all three of these scenarios at once:

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How To Protect My Financial Information

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October is Cyber Security Awareness month, and the New York State Department of Taxation & Finance has released a list of 10 tips that all taxpayers should know in order to protect their financial information and keep it from falling into the wrong hands:

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2015 Taxes Due Today! Last Minute Filers Guide

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Tax day is here! And all taxpayers who waited to the last minute are having some form of panic attacks.  But don’t worry!  You are not going to jail if you don’t file your taxes on time, so take a deep breath, and here is your definitive guide to last minute tax filing:

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