6 IRS Tax Tips for Year-End Charity Donations (Pt. 1)

November 30, 2014

While the end of the year is fast approaching, it’s still not too late to make some year-end charity donations for 2014. If this is something you are considering doing, however, here are some important IRS tax tips to keep in mind to ensure that you get the most benefits from your donations and that…
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2014 Tax Credit Can Help People Save for Retirement

November 20, 2014

A 2014 tax credit can help low- to moderate-income workers make some plans and moves now to start investing in their retirement funds, officials at the IRS have recently announced. People who qualify for this new 2014 tax credit, which is also referred to as the “retirement savings contributions credit,” still have time to take…
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$100 Billion Tax Fraud Scheme Ends in Conviction of 3 Coloradans

November 10, 2014

Three Coloradans are now awaiting sentencing after being convicted of 18 different criminal charges associated with their operation of a $100 billion tax fraud scheme. According to court documents associated with this case, the three individuals created various tax documents to try to bilk the federal government out of more than $100 billion in tax…
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