What To Do If Your Identity Has Been Stolen

What To Do If Your Identity Has Been Stolen

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) suggests seven plans of action you should take if you learn that your identity has been stolen.  What To Do Contact your bank and any other financial institutions handling your accounts. Contact the fraud department of at least one...
Don’t Fall for This New Scam!

Don’t Fall for This New Scam!

Attention Business Owners! This new scam is already costing taxpayers like you their hard-earned money! The Background Every two years, domestic and foreign corporations are required to file a Biennial Statement with the New York Department of State. This document...
Fast Facts: Identity Theft

Fast Facts: Identity Theft

“Identity Theft is not a joke, Jim!” Dwight Schrute from The Office certainly had the right idea. Far from being a joke, identity theft is on the minds of many individuals this time of year. Tax-related identity theft is one of the most common forms of identity theft....
Why E-Filing?

Why E-Filing?

E-filing your tax return means submitting your tax returns electronically as opposed to mailing a paper copy of your return to the taxing authorities. In 2019, approximately 92% of returns were e-filed and that value is only expected to increase in 2020. In fact in...