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Feeling Overwhelmed?

by Tracey Hrica, EA Feb 21, 2020

Running a business and feeling overwhelmed?  You might answer, “What is it like NOT to feel overwhelmed?”  As a business owner, even at the end of the day, it’s hard not to keep on thinking of all the things you didn’t get done or have on your schedule for the next day. For us @ Century Accounting, tax season can very much be overwhelming.  But, as we have always said to our clients, “Every business has a tax season.”  I...

8 Common Errors Taxpayers Should Avoid

by Tracey Hrica, EA Feb 18, 2020

The IRS’s tax tip of the day was “Filing taxes 101: Common errors taxpayers should avoid”. The tip started by reminding taxpayers that E-Filing your return reduces errors because the tax software does the math and flags common errors and prompts taxpayer for missing errors. The IRS also points out how using a reputable tax preparer drastically decreases your risk of mistakes that can result in a processing delay, and therefore pro...

E-Filing Your Tax Return – 4 Key Benefits – Including a Faster Refund

by Tracey Hrica, EA Feb 11, 2020

Filing your federal income taxes with a traditional paper return may still be possible. But it's old school, not to mention time consuming, and you'll be waiting for weeks to get your refund. E-filing is faster and more accurate, and it can provide much quicker access to your tax refund money than filing a paper return. There are four key benefits to E-filing your return. Confirmation: The IRS will confirm a tax filing has been receive...

Top Tax Mistakes Small Businesses Make

by Tracey Hrica, EA Feb 03, 2020

There’s no escaping it – taxes are part of doing business. Filing a tax return for your business each year is something you must do. But, if you are afraid of making tax mistakes that could cost you time and money, read on to avoid errors that could result in overpaying your taxes, accruing penalties, or worse yet, triggering an audit. Income Misreporting Income. The IRS matches income reported on 1099s to the income reported on yo...

The Red Flag Zone

by Tracey Hrica, EA Jan 28, 2020

So, have you ever wondered what becomes a "Red Flag" for the IRS when they process your tax return?  I believe we all agree, an IRS audit is among the very last things we ever want to experience.  Of course, having your taxes completed by a reputable, knowledgeable tax preparer means that these Red Flags will be caught BEFORE your return is filed with the IRS.  It's all in the information and maintaining the supporting documentation....

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Feeling Overwhelmed?

Running a business and feeling overwhelmed?  You ...


8 Common Errors Taxpayers Should Avoid

The IRS’s tax tip of the day was “Filing taxes...


E-Filing Your Tax Return – 4 Key Benefits – Including a Faster Refund

Filing your federal income taxes with a traditiona...


Top Tax Mistakes Small Businesses Make

There’s no escaping it – taxes are part of doi...


The Red Flag Zone

So, have you ever wondered what becomes a "Red Fla...