Fake Tax Notice Scam Highlighted in IRS Alert

Tax professionals and taxpayers need to be on high alert concerning a recurring scam involving fake CP2000 notices that are being mailed (via U.S Post Office) to taxpayers under the guise that taxes related to the Affordable Care Act are due. This scam is significant because, by using the U.S.

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Let’s Pretend It Never Happened: Rescission Explained

Sometimes a situation occurs when individuals and businesses complete a transaction or series of transactions, and inform their tax advisor after the fact. Then, when the advisor crunches the numbers, he/she determines that the seemingly benign transaction triggers a substantial amount of income tax. In fact, the size of the

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Look Out for These Common Sales Tax Pitfalls

Many businesses share in the challenge to be compliant with the most recent sales tax laws. Having the proper insight and awareness as to what legislation is in place and what’s coming down the pipeline requires a significant investment of time and resources.  Laws and applicability are established at the

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Additional Kentucky Business Incentives

Many Kentucky business owners are delightfully surprised to learn about the generous incentives offered to business. These incentives and tax credits are available for typical day to day activities, such as hiring new staff and technology upgrades and improvements to less common business activities, like large-scale recycling endeavors. To help

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