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Financial Assistance Is Available for Caregivers

A knowledgeable professional can help taxpayers determine the right financial options to assist with the care of an aging or incapacitated loved one.

Work Expense Deductions for Telecommuters

If you telecommute, know the facts before you deduct work expenses on your taxes. You may not always benefit from claiming those deductions.

Deducting Medical Expenses on Your Taxes

If you have major medical costs, you may benefit from itemizing your deductions and deducting those expenses on your taxes.

Are You Deducting Mileage on Your 2017 Tax Return?

You can deduct mileage as a business expense if you use your vehicle for work duties or business travel. You can use either the standard deduction or the actual cost of running your vehicle to calculate the amount of your deduction.

Make Sure You Report Tip Income on Your Taxes!

Report tip income on your taxes to build your financial credentials and stay on the right side of the law with the IRS.

Facing the Fact of Final Tax Needs

Death can bring complicated tax obligations, but with the help of tax professionals, you can focus on what matters most.

Welcome to 2018! Individual Tax Planning for the New Year

Smart financial planning means looking ahead to see how tax code changes will affect your income and overall financial picture in 2018.

Medically-Related Home Improvements May Be Tax Deductible

You may be able to deduct the cost of medically-related home improvements on your taxes!

Maximize Your Deductions for Business Use of Your Car

You may be able to deduct the cost of operating your vehicle if you use it for business purposes. Arm yourself with information so you can maximize your tax deductions this year!

Payroll Tax Troubles? Seek Help From Our Tax Pros Today!

Don't let payroll tax problems bring your business down. Get professional tax help to get your company back on track!

Don't Shoulder Your Former Spouse's Tax Debt. You Could Qualify for Innocent Spouse Tax Relief!

If you're facing a tax burden that rightfully belongs to your former spouse, you might be eligible for innocent spouse tax relief from the IRS.

Learn About the Home Mortgage Interest Deduction

This simple deduction may be more complicated than you thought.

What You Need to Know About Alimony and Your Taxes

Divorced taxpayers should be aware of how alimony needs to be reported on their tax returns.

Learn About the Student Loan Interest Deduction

You may be able to deduct interest from qualified student loans to help offset the costs of higher education.

3 Easy Tips to Avoid Common Tax Penalties

Keep your tax bill lower by keeping these penalties off the tab!

IRS Tax Rules for Clergy Members' Housing Allowances

Your housing allowance is treated differently in regard to income tax and self-employment tax.

If Your Spouse Is Deceased, This Tax Filing Status May Be Right for You

Learn about filing as a qualifying widow(er) with dependent child.

What Happens If You Cannot Pay Your Taxes on Time?

If you are unable to pay your tax debt on time, you can work with the IRS to find a different solution.

How to Check the Status of Your Tax Refund

You can check the status of your tax refund online!

Tax Deductions for Business Professionals

Business professionals qualify for a variety of tax deductions.

How Does the IRS Define "Charitable Organization"?

Make sure your selected charity is eligible to receive tax-deductible donations if you plan to claim the contribution on your tax return.

Escape Back Tax Purgatory by Filing Late Tax Returns

Feeling like you're stuck in back tax purgatory? We'll help you file your taxes and find a clear path out.

Establishing an Installment Agreement Can Ease Tax Troubles

This tax settlement can help bring an end to your financial worries.

Stay Calm in the Face of an IRS Tax Audit

An IRS audit notice is no cause for panic. Here's what to do.

Putting Your Vacation Home Up for Rent? What It Means for Your Taxes

Know how tax rules affect your vacation home in Virginia Beach!

We Can Help You Move Forward Following the Death of a Taxpayer

When a member of your family passes away, you don't have to handle their tax matters alone.

How Does the IRS Define Casualty Loss?

Lost, damaged, or destroyed property can be tax deductible in certain cases.

Avoid Tax Penalties by Meeting IRS Deadlines

The tax authorities put penalties in place to encourage timely responses.

Do You Care for an Elderly Relative? The IRS Offers Deductions and Credits

Eldercare has tax return repercussions. We can guide you through the credits and deductions available to you.

How to Proceed If You Receive a Notice From the IRS

The IRS sends notices to taxpayers for all sorts of reasons. We can help you determine your best path forward.

Happy New Year! Are You Ready to Start Planning for Tax Season?

There's no time like the present to start organizing your tax documentation.

Tax Credits Are Available for Some Small Businesses That Offer Health Insurance

Offering health insurance to employees can pay, but only if you make sure you're correctly claiming the ESE contribution credit under the ACA.

Home Office Deductions and Your Taxes

When you work from your residence, expenses related to your home office may be deductible.

How to Determine if You May Be Eligible for an Offer in Compromise

We can help you secure this life-changing tax settlement from the IRS.

Can Your Medical Expenses Be Deducted From Your Taxes?

In many cases, you can reduce your tax liability by claiming medical expense deductions.

If Wage Garnishment is Keeping You From Financial Stability, We Can Help

Our pros know how to get wage garnishments lifted.

Learn About the Educational Credits Available to You

Paying for higher education can earn you tax credits from the IRS.

A Bank Levy Doesn't Have to Spell Disaster for Your Finances

Avoid seizure of your assets by contacting our pros right away.

Occupational Deductions Vary Based on Industry

Are your job expenses deductible? It depends.

Wondering Where Your Tax Refund Is? Here's How to Find Out

The IRS makes it easy to determine how quickly you'll receive your tax refund in the mail or in your bank account.

Did You Volunteer in 2014? You May Be Eligible for Charitable Deductions

Volunteering for a charity can lead to valuable tax deductions. Contact our tax resolution specialists to discuss how your volunteer work can impact your tax return.

Have You Gotten a Divorce in the Past Year? Here's What You Need to Know About Your Tax Liability

Separating from your spouse can affect what taxes you owe and how you file.

"Real World" Personal Strategy Note

Barry G. Fowler's "Real World" Personal Strategy Note When Our Tax Policy Affects Families "If a man has any greatness in him, it comes to light, not in one flamboyant hour, but in the ledger of his daily work." - Beryl Markham Every year, I sit down with families who made a particular financial move, and as a result, some unforeseen -- and unintended -- consequence kicked in. This could be an unexpected tax event, it may have been a broken relationship, or a business failure. (All of which and more, by the way, is why you should be sure to ask us about tax PLANNING this year, rather than simply tax "reporting" -- which is what the tax return preparation process really is.) But sometimes these consequences are because of the tax code itself. Take marriage, for example. The foundations of most civilizations function on the principle that children are best raised in a home by two parents in a committed relationship. As such, couples have always been encouraged to marry. (My point in...

Carrollton's Source for Innocent Spouse Relief Tax Settlements

If you've been hit with a current or former spouse's tax debt bill, we can help.

We're the Tax Attorneys in Norfolk You Can Trust

Don't settle for an amateur tax attorney. Call on us, instead.

IRS Audits in Chesapeake Made Easy!

Don't let an impending audit by the IRS scare you. We're here to help.