The IRS has relayed some information about the Equifax data breach that affected around 143 million tax payers that although it exposed names, social security numbers, and addresses it would be near impossible to use this to file a fraudulent … Read More
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On April 27, Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal (R) signed into law legislation that makes a number of changes to the state’s tax laws, including sales and use taxes. The act, which becomes effective July 1, 2016, makes the following changes … Read More
On May 10, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) signed into law a bill that reduces the annual interest rate for tax deficiencies and refunds. The interest rate will reduce by one percentage point each year, with the current 13 percent … Read More
According the the FTC there is a recent scam where people will pretend to be from the IRS and request that you pay your back taxes using an iTunes gift card. This is a scam. The IRS will not call … Read More