Procrastinate on your laundry, your house-cleaning, and your honey-do list, but don’t procrastinate on filing your tax returns. Waiting until April 15 is stressful for you and your CPA, and there are also some little-known benefits to filing sooner rather than later.
These days, phishing scams pose as any individual or organization to try to gain access to your personally identifiable information (PII). Phone calls and emails are the most utilized methods for such scams. For the year 2018, the IRS reported that phishing scams had nearly doubled the numbers of 2017.
Tis the season of giving, not only to your friends and family in reflection of the holiday season, but also to your favorite charitable organizations. Charitable giving is tax-deductible for both businesses and individuals. We’d like to see you make the most of your giving, so here are some tax tips to follow: