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.

If you owe a big tax bill, your passport could be on the line

You may not be able to get a new passport or renew your existing one if you owe the IRS more than $51,000. 

Moving Deductions are Kaput

Article Highlights: Prior Law Deduction  Deduction Repealed  Military Exception  Employer Reimbursement  Reimbursement Gross Up  Prior to the passage of tax reform, individuals who moved as th

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

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

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

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Audits by Mail–What to Do?

Find out what to do if you receive a letter from the IRS saying your tax return is being audited by mail. For more information, go to https://www.irs.gov/audit.

You Could Have An Unpleasant Surprise At Tax Time

A major concern for 2018 is whether taxpayers are having enough withheld from their paychecks. Tax reform was passed late in 2017 and didn’t allow the IRS time to modify the W-4 and withholding tabl

Clergy Tax Benefits Under Fire

Article Highlights: Parsonage Allowance  Income Tax Exclusion  Pending Court Case  Tax Reform Suspension of Employee Business Expenses  Self-Employment Tax  Section 107 of the Internal Revenue

That $375 million Mega Millions jackpot comes with a big tax bite

Whether a winner chooses to take a lump-sum payout or receives the money over 30 years, the IRS will take 25 percent of it.

The Most Common Accounting Mistakes Small Business Owners Make and How to Avoid Them

Most small business owners are an expert in their field, but not necessarily in the accounting aspects of building a business. And, with this comes a few common mistakes. Yet, even simple small busine

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

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

Is Your Individual Taxpayer Identification Number Expiring?

Article Highlights: Expiring ITINs  Renewal Process  IRS Notice  Spouses or Dependents  Family Renewal Option  Filing With An Expired ITIN  Passports  The IRS recently announced that approxi

How Some High-Income Taxpayers Can Maximize the New 20% Pass-through Business Deduction

Article Highlights: 20% Sec. 199A Pass-through Deduction  Specified Service Business Limitations  Taxable Income Limitations  Wage Limitations  Benefits of Being Organized as an S Corporation 

Reminders for Extension Filers-Oct. 15

If you asked for an extension to file your tax return, remember that the deadline is mid-October. Learn more at IRS.gov.

Are you covered for 2018?

Did you know that most Americans must have health insurance now or pay a penalty? If you don’t have health insurance, you could be eligible for Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid Program),

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

Your Account on IRS.gov

Find out how to view your IRS account information. For more information go to https://www.irs.gov/account.

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.

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.

Here's how much money those 1 percenters really make

You may be surprised at how little you need to earn to be among the country's top earners. (Hint: Not even $1 million.)

Blue states file suit against the US over tax deduction limits

New York, Connecticut, Maryland and New Jersey are suing the federal government over the new $10,000 limit on the state and local tax deduction.

Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN)

Find out the procedures for renewing an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN). You can also go to https://www.irs.gov/itin

Gift Tax

Find out if you’ll need to pay the federal gift tax if you give someone money or property. To get even more in-depth information, go to https://www.IRS.gov and download Publication 559.

Treasury moves to protect identities of 'dark money' political donors

The U.S. Treasury said that it will no longer require certain tax-exempt organizations including politically active nonprofit groups to identify their financial donors to U.S. tax authorities.

Has Tax Reform Taken Away Your Home Mortgage Interest Deduction?

Article Highlights: Background  New Limit Equity Debt Interest  Interest Tracing  Refinancing  The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, more commonly referred to as tax reform, substantially altered

Why Am I Being Audited by the IRS?

With the 2018 filing season currently behind us, notices have started to appear in mailboxes. While the IRS letterhead strikes fear into the hearts of most Americans, a vast majority of those notices

A Mid-Year Tax Checkup May Be Appropriate

Article Highlights: Concerns About Proper Withholding  Late IRS W-4 and Withholding Tables  New W-4 Complications  Self-employed Estimated Payments  Events That Can Impact Taxes  Taxes are sim

Big Changes for Vehicle Tax Deductions

Article Highlights: Standard Mileage Rates  Actual Expense Method  Vehicle Depreciation  Vehicle Interest Expenses  Sale or Trade-in of a Business Vehicle  Employees  In the past, the busines

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