Colorado IRS Tax Resolution

Is it time to get the IRS off your back and be free of them once and for all? We can help you break free of your IRS and state tax problems so you can get on with your life! We will give you personal, high quality, local and confidential service.

Mitigating the Effects of Employee Burnout: What You Need to Know

Make absolutely no mistake about it: Not only is employee burnout very real, it’s probably costing your business a lot more money than you realize. It’s also not a problem that you’re necessaril

Hurricane Michael victims will get a break on their taxes

Victims of the massive hurricane are about to get a little more time to file their taxes. Here's what you should know.

Year-end Tax Planning Is Not Business as Usual; Things You Need to Know

Article Highlights: Major Tax Changes in 2018 Refund or Tax Due? Underpayment of Taxes Alternative Minimum Tax Minimum Required Distributions Convert into a Roth IRA Review Portfolio for Losse

Three Common Family Tax Mistakes

Article Highlights Family Member Transactions Renting to a Relative Below-Market Loans Transferring Home Titles Gifts Basis Life Estate When it comes to transactions between family members,

Missed your chance to enroll in health coverage?

Even if you missed the deadline for private health insurance, you may still be able to get covered. Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid Program) and Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) are free or

Education Tax Credits

Find out how you or your child can get a tax credit for going to college or some other post-secondary education institution. Get even more information at https://www.irs.gov/education. #BackToSchool

November 2018 Individual Due Dates

November 13 - Report Tips to Employer If you are an employee who works for tips and received more than $20 in tips during October, you are required to report them to your employer on IRS Form 4070 no

Most Common Types of IRS Tax Problems

Receiving notification from the Internal Revenue Service that there's some kind of problem is one of the most bone-chilling situations an American taxpayer can experience. Just receiving an envelope w

Tax Exempt Organization Search (TEOS)

Want to check on an organization’s tax-exempt status? Try our Tax Exempt Organization Search (TEOS) tool. For more information, go to https://www.irs.gov/teos #nonprofit

How you can give away up to $11 million and slash your taxes

If you're fabulously wealthy and you'd like to trim your tax bill, here's a tip: Give your money away. This is what you need to know.

Prioritizing and Maximizing Retirement Savings - Social Security Alone Won't Be Enough

Article Highlights Social Security  Traditional IRA  Roth IRA  Spousal IRA  401(k) Plans  SIMPLE Plans  Simplified Employee Pension Plans (SEPs)  Overall Contribution Limits  The Social Sec

If you want to give away millions and save on taxes, here's how

Your rich aunt can give away up to $11.18 million in gifts without facing a 40 percent levy. For now.

IRS Withholding Calculator How To

See a demonstration of how to do a paycheck checkup using the IRS Withholding Calculator. To give it a try yourself, go to https://www.irs.gov/withholding #PaycheckCheckup #TaxReform #IRS

W-2 Scam

Find out how identity thieves are using email to impersonate your company’s executives to steal your workers’ W-2 forms. For more information, go to https://irs.gov/identitytheft and see the “

Are you eligible for the Special Enrollment period?

Colorado HealthOP and Access Health Colorado customers, along with some customers of Rocky Mountain Health Plans, have been granted an extension of the enrollment period to allow more time to enroll.

November 2018 Business Due Dates

November 13 - Social Security, Medicare and Withheld Income Tax File Form 941 for the third quarter of 2018. This due date applies only if you deposited the tax for the quarter in full and on time.Nov

Are you covered for 2019?

Did you know that most Americans must have health insurance? If you don’t have health insurance, you could be eligible for Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid Program), which has open enrol

Colorado Medicaid Announces Name Change to Health First Colorado

The Department of Health Care Policy and Financing has announced that beginning June 27, 2016, the Colorado Medicaid program will become Health First Colorado. The new name reflects the significant im

Happy 100th birthday! Here's why you could end up with surprise taxes

Your centenary is a big day for you, your life insurance provider and the IRS. That's because your insurance company might cash out your policy and leave you with a tax bill. What you need to know.

Understanding a Federal Tax Lien | Internal Revenue Service

Liens give us a legal claim to your property as security or payment for your tax debt.

Broomfield CPA call R & D Accounting (303) 284-9538 Best Broomfield CPA - YouTube

Broomfield CPA Call R & D Accounting (303) 284-9538 Best Broomfield CPA in Broomfield Colorado http://www.yourcoloradoaccountant.com/ Are you looking for a r...

Getting Started with Accounts in QuickBooks Online

QuickBooks Online was built to work with transactions downloaded from your online financial institutions. Here’s how to work with them. The ability to import transactions from financial institutions

Big Changes to College Savings Plans

Article Highlights: Sec. 529 Plans  Saving for College  Elementary and Secondary School Tuition  ABLE Account Transfers  Tax reform added some new taxpayer-advantageous changes to college savin

First Time Filing a Tax Return?

If this is your first time filing a tax return, learn about important reminders and a free tool to make it easy. Just go to https://www.irs.gov #adulting

Find Unclaimed Property Infographic

Every year literally billions of dollars of unclaimed assets sit at various federal and state agencies. Anything from checking and savings accounts to wages, lottery winnings, and IRS tax refunds, are

Longmont, Broomfield, Denver Tax help from R & D Accounting - Tax Resolution

Broomfield Longmont, Boulder, Denver IRS Tax and Tax Resolution service to help with all you IRS letters.

2016 Open Enrollment Is Closed

Open enrollment for 2016 has now closed, but Coloradans with special circumstances can still buy health insurance. Did you just move to Colorado? Did you have a baby? Did you lose health coverage fr

Time is running out to use these 2018 tax-savings tips

The clock is ticking on strategies to help you save on this year's taxes and head off a nasty surprise next April. Here's what you need to know.

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