Tax Resources

Everyone wants to save money on taxes, and that is exactly what we are going to do for you – help you save as MUCH as you can. Paying just the right amount in taxes is what you want to pay. Many Americans overpay and celebrate when they get paid back a portion of the overpayment in the form of a tax refund. These refunds that seem like free money and in many cases are thousands of dollars are not free money. They are giving you back an interest-free loan that you gave to the IRS. If you were able to avoid overpaying then you could you that money to invest in things that make you money.

You also don’t want to owe the IRS past due to taxes as well. Being behind on your taxes can have severe consequences in the form of late fees, penalties, the IRS can take your refund, file a federal tax lien, they can even seize your money and assets.

According to this article in Time magazine, in 2018 roughly 73% of Americans received a refund and the average refund was $2,899. The article points out that the IRS charges interest if we are late on our taxes but they do not pay interest if we overpay. The IRS actually incentivizes us to overpay so it’s up to us to make sure that we are not overpaying.

We interview accountants and tax planners consistently to get you the strategies you need to maximize your deductions to save you as much on your taxes as possible.

No matter what your situation is, we have the tools to help you save as much as possible on your taxes. From understanding the basics to maximizing your returns we have some of the best advice for you!

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Tax Brackets and Rates

Common Tax Deductions

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