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It’s a Taxing Time for All of Us…but many of us can remove the task of paying taxes by April 15 off our stress list

As an attempt to minimize the stress and financial burden on the U.S. taxpayers and small business owners during these trying times, the Federal Government is allowing individuals and businesses to delay paying their 2019 tax bills for three months. The goal is to inject up to $300B into the economy to avoid a recession. Read More

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Tax Review Board

The Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas recently published its August 28, 2019 explanation of its decision in Diane Zilka v. City of Philadelphia Tax Review Board in favor of the Tax Review Board (TRB). The essence of this particular case is whether the City of Philadelphia must grant tax credits against the Philadelphia Wage Tax Read More

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Tax Relief

Tax relief and IRS settlement advertisements insinuate that you can settle your tax debt for “pennies on the dollar.” While this may be true in some cases, those advertisements do not set reasonable expectations for most clients. The IRS has a process called an “Offer-In-Compromise” (OIC) that allows them to collect what they determine to Read More

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