Rachel Finch becomes IRS Enrolled Agent

Rachel Finch becomes IRS Enrolled Agent

Congratulations to Rachel Finch, who we are proud to announce has become an IRS Enrolled Agent. An enrolled agent is a person who has earned the privilege of representing taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service by either passing a three-part comprehensive IRS...

IRS Encourages Taxpayers to Renew ITINs

If you have an expired Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers (ITINs), and you have a US filing obligation for 2018, you should take steps to renew them as soon as possible. The IRS are warning that Tax returns with expired ITINs will face processing delays and...

US Tax Filing Season Starts on January 29th

US Tax Filing Season Starts on January 29th

The IRS have announced that the 2018 tax season begins January 29th. This date marks the earliest point when the IRS will start accepting completed personal federal tax returns, however it is never too early to start collating your information! Important 2018 US Tax...

Goodbye 2017!

Goodbye 2017!

With the end of the New Year celebrations it is time for US tax filers to start thinking about the key upcoming filing deadlines. The Federal Tax return filing deadline for taxpayers living within the US will be April 17 2018. The filing deadline for those living...

2018 exemptions and deductions

In addition to changes to the tax rates changes, assuming that the Tax Reform bill passes by the end of 2017, 2018 will also see large changes to the system of deductions. Standard Deduction Amounts For 2018, the standard deduction amounts will increase to...

2018 Individual Tax Rates

Big changes are proposed for individual’s tax rates and deductions for 2018. The following are based upon the assumption that the current Tax Reform Bill will be written into law before the end of 2017. Tax Brackets and Tax Rates. There will still be 7 tax...