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Read This Before Tossing Old Tax Records

Now that your taxes have been completed for 2014, you are probably wondering what old records can be discarded. If you are like most taxpayers, you have records from years ago that you are afraid to throw away. 694 more words

Record Keeping

Pinocchio: Records don't lie (or do they?)

The Fairy Tale Genealogist is at it again.  Let’s find out what became of Pinocchio, using records from Ancestry.com and good photo-editing software.You all know that Pinocchio was the wooden puppet whose wish came true when he became a real, live boy.   394 more words

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Pinocchio: Records don't lie (or do they?)

The Fairy Tale Genealogist is at it again.  Let’s find out what became of Pinocchio, using records from Ancestry.com and good photo-editing software.You all know that Pinocchio was the wooden puppet whose wish came true when he became a real, live boy.   437 more words

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Property Tax Time...

I have been receiving calls from clients regarding property taxes, because they are due January 31, 2015 for 2014 tax year.  If you bought a house in 2014, make sure your name is on the tax record for your property, by going to… 230 more words

County Tax Bill

To Keep or Not to Keep: How Long You Should Hold On to Tax and Home Records

It’s a brand new year, and tax season is right around the corner. Many may feel weighed down by a mountain of files, receipts, and paperwork; but what we guarantee will help in the long run, is not only organizing your tax and home records, but actually mapping out which forms to keep, and just how long you need to keep them. 591 more words

Last Minute 2014 Tax Savings Tip

    It is not too late to consider a very easy tax deduction for 2014.  Gather up some your stuff that you no longer use, no longer fits or flatters or maybe just takes up space to make room for your new Christmas and Hanukkah gifts. 135 more words

IRS And Audits

Miccosukee Tribe Chairman Given Tax Docs Deadline

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A deadline has been set for the Miccosukee Indian tribe chairman to explain why he hasn’t turned over tax documents to the Internal Revenue Service. 184 more words

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