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Taxpayer Scams Don’t Stop During the Summer by Joseph C. Leuchter, CPA


Posted on July 23, 2019 by Joseph Leuchter

As Americans enjoy their summer vacations, criminals remain hard at work devising new scams to steal taxpayers’ identities and intercept their tax refunds. The IRS reminds taxpayers to stay alert to tax-related schemes throughout the year, even after the April tax filing deadline. Most criminals conduct their scams via email and telephone, posing as agents […]

IRS Urges Taxpayers to Renew Expiring ITINs by Guillermo Campos, CPA


Posted on July 17, 2019 by Guillermo Campos

Millions of U.S. taxpayers who are not eligible for Social Security numbers will need to take action before the end of 2019 to renew the now expired Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers (ITINs) the IRS issued to them for reporting and paying their U.S. tax obligations. The IRS will begin sending notices this summer to affected […]

Businesses Can Simplify Expense Reporting with Affordable Mobile Apps by Laurence Bernstein, CPA


Posted on July 02, 2019 by Laurence Bernstein

Forward-thinking businesses are slowly embracing technology and the convenience of mobile apps to improve the efficiency of routine administrative tasks, including expense reporting. Not much has changed over the past decade in the way which employees submit expense reports. Workers are responsible for tracking their expenditures, recording them as line-items on Excel spreadsheets and saving […]

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