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Common Tax Prep Mistakes for 2020 Filing

By Michael Murray, North Carolina Tax Attorney As the tax filing deadline quickly approaches, each tax return preparer should take note of the following mistakes commonly found in this year’s tax preparation. Mistake #1: Stimulus Checks Many tax return preparers list the income received from government stimulus checks as ordinary income. These stimulus checks are...

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5 Tips to Prepare for Tax Filing Season

Tax Preparer in Raleigh, NC By Justin Moyer, North Carolina Tax Attorney Now is the time to start reviewing your financials and getting your affairs in order to prepare for tax filing season. There has been a learning curve with the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 for many tax preparers and filers alike. The IRS is now accepting 2019 tax returns with a filing deadline...

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2020 Round Up of the Murray Moyer Tax Blog

In case you missed any of these articles, you can catch up below: Tax Liens and Levies In Part 1, we discuss federal tax liens issued by the IRS as legal claims against your property when you fail to pay valid tax debts. We explained how these tax liens can impact your credit and what you can do to avoid them. In Part 2 we explain tax levies, which are...

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End of Year Tax Preparation Tips

Tax Preparation Services for NC Individuals and Businesses By Michael Murray, NC Tax Attorney As we finish up Q4 of an extremely unusual year, it is time to ensure your documents are organized and ready for tax preparation. We often advise our clients that tax preparation is a full-time, year-round endeavor in collecting and organizing records, receipts and other...

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IRS Targeting Taxpayers Who Failed to File Tax Returns

Failed to File Tax Returns? You May Hear from the IRS Soon By Michael Murray, North Carolina Tax Controversy Attorney For those who failed to file tax returns, the IRS may be reaching out to you soon. Due to new and improved technology and processes, the IRS is actively focusing on taxpayers who have not filed their return(s). This is an increased effort by the IRS...

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Tax Audit Help – Preparation is Key

By Justin Moyer, North Carolina Tax Controversy Attorney The best way to resolve a tax audit is to be prepared. Preparation is key for both IRS and North Carolina Department of Revenue tax audits. All items under audit must be substantiated and proven in a clear and concise manner. Do not attempt to go at this alone – hiring the right tax audit help makes...

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