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Friday 05/20/2016

IRS Issues Penalties in Error

Kelly Linden, CPA gives a quick update on the IRS’s erroneous penalties:     The IRS announced that it’s working to resolve an error in which taxpayers that made payroll deposits after April 15th, 2016 but before April 18th, 2016 were issued failure-to-deposit penalties. Because the deadline for employers to make payroll tax deposits was […]

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Monday 04/25/2016

Another Tax Season for the Books

Lynda Doland, CPA gives a wrap-up of this past tax season.     Phew! Another tax season is now under our belts, and here at Corrigan Krause we’re feeling relieved to have the long hours behind us, excited to enjoy the springtime weather with our families, and grateful for the clients who keep our “busy […]

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Friday 02/05/2016

2016’s Identity Protection Outlook

James Kilgore, CPA gives a summary of this year’s identity protection hot-button items:     It is the unfortunate truth that fraud is ever-present in this day and age. Last year, Ohio combatted a record number of fraudulent tax returns, and our clients deal with telephone and email scams all of the time. This year, […]

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Monday 02/01/2016

Tackling the Cost of College Tuition

Ann Emery, CPA outlines the keys to valuable savings on college tuition costs:     The rising cost of college tuition can seem insurmountable. However, there are savings opportunities and planning strategies you can take advantage of, and your CPA has the knowledge to help! Here are three ways to make the cost of college […]

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Monday 01/25/2016

6 Ways to Get Organized for Tax Season

According to Chris Eichmuller, CPA this tax season can be your most effortless one yet with some simple organization tips:     Getting your files and receipts together before filing your taxes can seem like an overwhelming job. The truth is, staying organized is an everyday habit instead of a yearly task, and it can make your […]

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