Summer Job Alert for your Working Kids: Claim Exempt

I graduated from Wharton in 1987. For those of you keeping score at home, that means I’ve been working at my practice for a score and a quarter plus one.? Now that I’ve been practicing for twenty-six years, many of the clients I picked up earlier in my...

Spring Clean Up Project #4: Your Closets, Garages, and Attics

In today’s consumer driven world we live in, almost everyone builds up clutter that never sees the light of day. Why not take this opportunity to clean out your closets, garages, and attics and generate a tax deduction while you’re at it? Donating these...

Spring Clean Up Project #2: Your Tax Files and Records

With the April 15th deadline still a recent memory, most of us probably still have our tax records piled up somewhere in our homes. Why not take this opportunity to shred all the documents that you no longer need to keep? According to the IRS: Well organized records...

SAVE MONEY WITH THE CHILD TAX CREDIT

From the IRS Tax Tips News: If you have a child under age 17, the Child Tax Credit may save you money at tax-time. Here are some facts the IRS wants you to know about the credit. Amount.? The non-refundable Child Tax Credit may help reduce your federal income tax by...

Five Tips if Your Name Has Changed

From the IRS Tax Tips News: If you were married or divorced and changed your name last year, be sure to notify the Social Security Administration before you file your taxes with the IRS. If the name on your tax return doesn?t match SSA records, the IRS will flag it as...