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Do you need help with:1. Filing your current taxes?2. Filing taxes for previous years?3. Business taxes?4. You're worrie...
04/19/2021

Do you need help with:
1. Filing your current taxes?
2. Filing taxes for previous years?
3. Business taxes?
4. You're worried because you feel you will owe a lot of tax this year?
I can definitely help you. Don't put those taxes off!
Last day to file is JUNE 15TH, 2021
Call me to schedule your appointment, (210) 213-6311.

Do you need help with:
1. Filing your current taxes?
2. Filing taxes for previous years?
3. Business taxes?
4. You're worried because you feel you will owe a lot of tax this year?
I can definitely help you. Don't put those taxes off!
Last day to file is JUNE 15TH, 2021
Call me to schedule your appointment, (210) 213-6311.

04/01/2021

For those individuals who received unemployment in 2020 and already filed your taxes, you may be eligible to receive a refund. Expect the refund to arrive beginning in May and through the summer. Read below...

IRS News: IRS to recalculate taxes on unemployment benefits; refunds to start in May

WASHINGTON – To help taxpayers, the Internal Revenue Service announced today that it will take steps to automatically refund money this spring and summer to people who filed their tax return reporting unemployment compensation before the recent changes made by the American Rescue Plan.

The legislation, signed on March 11, allows taxpayers who earned less than $150,000 in modified adjusted gross income to exclude unemployment compensation up to $20,400 if married filing jointly and $10,200 for all other eligible taxpayers. The legislation excludes only 2020 unemployment benefits from taxes.

Because the change occurred after some people filed their taxes, the IRS will take steps in the spring and summer to make the appropriate change to their return, which may result in a refund. The first refunds are expected to be made in May and will continue into the summer.

For those taxpayers who already have filed and figured their tax based on the full amount of unemployment compensation, the IRS will determine the correct taxable amount of unemployment compensation and tax. Any resulting overpayment of tax will be either refunded or applied to other outstanding taxes owed.

For those who have already filed, the IRS will do these recalculations in two phases, starting with those taxpayers eligible for the up to $10,200 exclusion. The IRS will then adjust returns for those married filing jointly taxpayers who are eligible for the up to $20,400 exclusion and others with more complex returns.

There is no need for taxpayers to file an amended return unless the calculations make the taxpayer newly eligible for additional federal credits and deductions not already included on the original tax return.

For example, the IRS can adjust returns for those taxpayers who claimed the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and, because the exclusion changed the income level, may now be eligible for an increase in the EITC amount which may result in a larger refund. However, taxpayers would have to file an amended return if they did not originally claim the EITC or other credits but now are eligible because the exclusion changed their income.

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01/21/2021

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IRS
01/14/2021

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The form of payment for the 2nd Economic Impact Payments may be different than for the 1st. Some people who got a check last time might get a prepaid debit card now. IRS urges you to check your mail: EIPcard.com #COVIDreliefIRS

01/11/2021
IRS

It’s time to get ready to file your 2020 taxes!!! Call me for your income tax needs. 210-213-6311

The New Year is here, which means it’s almost time to file your 2020 tax return. Click here to find out what you can do now to make filing go smoothly: www.irs.gov/getready

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01/05/2021

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01/05/2021

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Treasury and IRS begin delivering second round of Economic Impact Payments to millions of Americans
12/30/2020
Treasury and IRS begin delivering second round of Economic Impact Payments to millions of Americans

Treasury and IRS begin delivering second round of Economic Impact Payments to millions of Americans

WASHINGTON – Today, the Internal Revenue Service and the Treasury Department will begin delivering a second round of Economic Impact Payments as part of the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2021 to millions of Americans who received the first round of payments ear...

It’s never to early to get ready! Call me for your income tax needs! 210-213-6311
12/28/2020

It’s never to early to get ready! Call me for your income tax needs! 210-213-6311

The IRS is offering taxpayers tips to help them Get Ready for tax season. The first step in getting taxes ready is to gather all your records. It may help you discover overlooked deductions or credits. To learn more, click here: www.irs.gov/getready

IRS
12/21/2020

IRS

Starting in January, taxpayers may opt into the IRS Identity Protection (IP) PIN program. The IP PIN is a six-digit number assigned to eligible taxpayers to help prevent the misuse of their Social Security number on fraudulent federal income tax returns. An IP PIN helps the IRS verify a taxpayer’s identity and accept their electronic or paper tax return. To learn more, click here: https://go.usa.gov/x7M5H

It’s coming!!!
12/21/2020
Congress agrees to $900 billion dollar coronavirus aid package

It’s coming!!!

After weeks of haggling, Democrats and Republicans have finally agreed to a $900-billion dollar coronavirus aid package to help millions of Americans struggling through the pandemic. Lawmakers hammered out a final deal late Saturday night, staying in Washington after their holiday recess was suppose...

If you didn’t receive your stimulus payment, you still have a chance! Call me for your income tax needs. 210-213-6311
12/18/2020

If you didn’t receive your stimulus payment, you still have a chance! Call me for your income tax needs. 210-213-6311

If you didn't receive your Economic Impact Payment, you might be able to claim it with your 2020 Federal income tax return. If you didn’t receive a payment, or your payment was less than $1,200 ($2,400 if married filing jointly for 2019 or 2018) plus $500 for each qualifying child you had in 2020, you can claim the Recovery Rebate Credit.
To learn more, click here: www.irs.gov/eip

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12/14/2020

In case you didn’t know! Call me for all your income tax needs. 210-213-6311

Did you find your person and tie the knot this year? Congrats! Did you know a name change can have an impact on your taxes? All the names on a taxpayer’s tax return must match Social Security Administration records. A name mismatch can delay a tax refund. To learn more, click here: https://go.usa.gov/xdpXb

IRS
12/08/2020

IRS

Call me for your income tax needs. (210) 213-6311.
12/03/2020

Call me for your income tax needs. (210) 213-6311.

Starting in January, taxpayers may opt into the IRS Identity Protection (IP) PIN program. The IP PIN is a six-digit number assigned to eligible taxpayers to help prevent the misuse of their Social Security number on fraudulent federal income tax returns. An IP PIN helps the IRS verify a taxpayer’s identity and accept their electronic or paper tax return. To learn more, click here: www.irs.gov/securitysummit

Tax season is right around the corner. Please call me for for all your income tax needs. Not everyone can prepare taxes....
12/03/2020
Tax Tip 2020-165: Taxpayers should check out these tips before choosing a tax preparer

Tax season is right around the corner. Please call me for for all your income tax needs. Not everyone can prepare taxes. It’s more than just having a computer and software. Please choose someone who is knowledgeable with tax rules. Call me for more information. (210) 213-6311.

Thank you for subscribing to IRS Tax Tips, an IRS e-mail service. For more information on federal taxes please visit IRS.gov.

11/28/2020

Tax season is just around the corner! This season we will be adding contactless tax preparation and virtual appointments! Whatever your tax needs, please call my office. (210) 213-6311

Deadline is Nov 21st!! Call me for your tax needs! (210) 213-6311
11/10/2020

Deadline is Nov 21st!! Call me for your tax needs! (210) 213-6311

The IRS and our partners across the country are reminding everyone who doesn’t normally file a tax return to register by Nov. 21 to receive an Economic Impact Payment.

“National EIP Registration Day” is tomorrow. This special event features groups inside and outside the tax community helping to spread the word about the new Nov. 21 deadline to register for a payment.

For more information, click here: www.irs.gov/coronavirus/get-my-payment

IRS
11/08/2020

IRS

IRS is now using QR technology, click here to find out more.

If you or someone you know needs to renew, you can contact me at (210) 213-6311.
10/26/2020

If you or someone you know needs to renew, you can contact me at (210) 213-6311.

These ITINs expire Dec. 31, 2020:
• ITINs not used on a federal tax return at least once in the last three years.
• ITINs issued before 2013 with middle digits of 88.
• Those with middle digits 90, 91, 92, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98 or 99, that were assigned before 2013 and have not already been renewed.
To find out more, including how to renew an ITIN, click here: www.irs.gov/itin

09/22/2020

If you own a small business there are many deductions you can take. Call me for all your small business needs. I can help you with your books and I will answer any questions you have. Many small businesses will have huges losses because of the COVID pandemic this year. (210) 213-6311

If you or someone you know didn’t receive full payment.
08/14/2020

If you or someone you know didn’t receive full payment.

The IRS is reopening the registration period for federal beneficiaries who didn’t receive $500 per child payments earlier this year. We’re doing this to help taxpayers who were unable to provide their information in time to receive Economic Impact Payments for their children. Use the Non-Filers tool on IRS.gov starting Aug. 15 through Sept. 30 to enter information on qualifying children to receive the supplemental $500 payments. To learn more, click here: www.irs.gov/nonfilereip

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07/24/2020

If you need help, please contact me at 210-213-6311. 💴 💰

If you think you made a mistake on your tax return, or need to make an adjustment on a return already filed, file an amended return using IRS Form 1040-X. You may need to file Form 1040-X if you reported certain items incorrectly on your original return, such as filing status, dependents, total income, deductions or credits. To learn more about why you may need to file an amended return, click here: www.irs.gov/f1040x

If you haven’t filed yet, please come see me. (210) 213-6311.
07/22/2020

If you haven’t filed yet, please come see me. (210) 213-6311.

The July 15 deadline to file and pay your taxes has passed. If you haven’t done your taxes yet and are due an IRS refund, there's no penalty for filing late. However, if you do owe, penalties and interest are now adding up on any remaining unpaid tax due. To learn more about what to do if you missed the filing deadline and what resources are available, click here: https://go.usa.gov/xfDN8

Please call me for your tax needs! I offer contactless tax preparation. Even if you owe the IRS, I can help you make arr...
07/11/2020

Please call me for your tax needs! I offer contactless tax preparation. Even if you owe the IRS, I can help you make arrangements. (210) 213-6311 or [email protected]

You have until July 15 to file your 2019 federal tax return. If you owe taxes or need to make estimated tax payments, there are many ways to pay. You can use IRS Direct Pay, a credit or debit card, or the Electronic Federal Tax Payment System. You can even pay by cash. To find out more about these and other options, visit IRS.gov/payments.

For those of you who need an extension, I can help! Please call me for your tax needs! I offer contactless tax preparati...
07/11/2020
FREE 2019 IRS Tax Extensions

For those of you who need an extension, I can help! Please call me for your tax needs! I offer contactless tax preparation. Even if you owe the IRS, I can help you make arrangements. (210) 213-6311 or [email protected]

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Spread the word...
06/24/2020

Spread the word...

Help us spread the word: Americans who don’t earn enough to have a tax filing requirement should sign up online with the IRS for an Economic Impact Payment by Oct 15. To learn more, click here: www.irs.gov/nonfilereip

#COVIDreliefIRS

Good information...let me know if you need any assistance.
06/20/2020

Good information...let me know if you need any assistance.

Many businesses affected by COVID-19 qualify for tax relief. Business owners can take advantage of the:
• Credits for paid sick and family leave
• Employee Retention Credit
• Deferral of employment tax deposits and payments through Dec. 31, 2020

To learn more about these credits and if you qualify to claim them, click here: https://go.usa.gov/xwZye

#COVIDreliefIRS

Fingers crossed 🤞🏻
04/22/2020

Fingers crossed 🤞🏻

The IRS says the next round of economic impact payments will be issued soon to people who already receive automatic monthly deposits from the U.S. Treasury.

On the list- people who receive Social Security retirement or survivor benefits, Social Security Disability, Railroad Retirement, Supplemental Security Income, and Veterans Affairs benefits.

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