Settling Tax Debt- Making an Offer in Compromise

  Taxpayers who owe money to the IRS often feel helpless and procrastinate, waiting for [...]

Here’s how taxpayers can protect themselves from scammers

  It seems like phone scams are getting more prevalent. On the good side, more [...]

The Right to a Fair and Just Tax System: Taxpayer Bill of Rights #10

  All taxpayers have the right to a fair and just tax system. This is [...]

I’m getting audited! Now what?

  Full blown, old-fashioned audits have become rarer and rarer. You know the kind…everyone’s fear, [...]

Audit Series

As most of our clients know, a large majority of our practice surrounds tax planning [...]

Law and Tax Go Hand in Hand

Happy June 1st! Summertime marks the busy season for real estate transactions, including the popular [...]

Fairy Tales and Taxes

  Wedding bells are ringing this weekend in merry ol’ England for the House of [...]

Business Deductions Directly From the IRS

  The IRS recently published some guidance with regard to the new tax reform and [...]

Unique Tax Issues in the Entertainment Industry

  We have many clients in the entertainment industry, including professional athletes, actors, authors, etc. [...]

You have questions, Mike has answers!

  I was answering a client’s question the other day and I realized that some [...]

The Down Side of the New Tax Reform

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) included many taxpayer-friendly changes, such as lower tax [...]

Charitable Giving under the New Tax Reform

Our clients are some of the most charitable people we know! With the new tax [...]

IRS Phone Scam Intensifies

It’s that time of year again! No, not tax season…. scam season! This seems to [...]

Things to Remember when Considering Early Withdrawals from Retirement Plans

We often meet with clients to discuss their need for cash for various reasons and [...]

Taxpayers Should Report Name Changes Before Filing Taxes

  When a client changes their name, that change can affect their taxes. All the [...]

Charitable Contributions

Many of my clients are asking questions about charitable contributions while they get their documents [...]

Tax Reform and Education Funding

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act modifies qualified tuition programs and the exclusion of student [...]

Business Trips That Mix Business with Pleasure

Given the nasty weather of late, many clients are planning trips to get away. Business [...]

Starting or Growing a Business? How to Keep Good Records

  Keeping good records for your business is important and essential. Unorganized or missing records [...]

It’s Not Too Late!  Retirement Account Contributions for Tax Year 2017

    For those of you who have been paying close attention to the Tax [...]