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Blog Month: March 2019

Vehicle-expense deductions – A guide for individual taxpayers
It’s not just businesses that can deduct vehicle-related expenses. Individuals can also deduct them on their tax returns in certain circumstances. Unfortunately, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) might
Do You Need to File a Gift Tax Return?
If you gifted cash or other property to others in 2018, you may have a gift tax filing requirement.  Gifts may also include interest-free loans or below-fair-value sales.  The receipt
The Ides of March — and the Due Date for Pass-Through Entities
Be aware of March 15th! If you have historically struggled to remember the due date of your tax return, this year will be no different. The new due date for
Farmers receive extension to file until April 15th
The IRS announced that it will waive the estimated tax penalty for Farmers and Fisherman if they file their 2018 income tax return and pay the tax due by April