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2018 Filing Season Start Date

The IRS has announced that the official start date of the 2018 filing season will be January 29, 2018.


Once the IRS begins processing tax returns, they will then begin releasing tax refunds. In past years, the IRS typically released most refunds within 21 days from the date the tax return was processed. You have the ability to track your refund once the tax return has been filed. You will need the following information: your filing status, your refund amount, and your social security number. Visit this link to track your refund’s-My-Refund-It’s-Quick,-Easy,-and-Secure.


Tax deductions that could lead to an audit

We found this interesting article about certain deduction that might lead to an audit. Check it out by clicking on the link below!


Find out if you have any unclaimed property!

What is Unclaimed Property?

  • Unclaimed property is any financial asset with no activity by its owner for an extended period of time. This includes savings accounts, checking accounts, unpaid wages or commissions, stocks, underlying shares, uncashed dividends, customer deposits or overpayments, certificates of deposit, credit balances, refunds, money orders, paid-up life insurance policies, safe deposit boxes, and uncashed benefit checks, gift certificates, etc. Unclaimed Property does not pertain to land, houses or real estate of any kind.

It is very simple to find out if you have any unclaimed property. Just follow the link below and fill in your information in the search box with all the different towns you’ve lived in. Its worth a shot!

To find out if you have any unclaimed property click here!



IRS Warns of Telephone Scam

We would like to bring your attention a warning from the Internal Revenue Service regarding a pervasive telephone scam targeting taxpayers.

Victims of this scam are told that they owe money to the IRS and that it must be paid promptly though a pre-loaded debit card or wire transfer. If the victim refuses to cooperate, they are then threatened with arrest, deportation, or suspension of a business of driver’s license. Callers are frequently insulting or hostile to scare their potential victims.

The IRS will NEVER ask for credit card, debit card or prepaid card information over the phone. They will always send taxpayers a written notification of any tax due via the U.S mail.

Click here for more information regarding this scam and what you should do if you get a call from someone claiming to be the IRS