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Monthly Archives: February 2013

Tax Time Tips

Happy Tax Season! It’s that time of the year again, the income tax filing season has begun and important tax documents should be arriving in the mail soon!

Start gathering your records Round up any documents or forms you’ll need when filing your taxes: receipts, canceled checks and other documents that support income or deductions you’re […]

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    The Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization, and Job Creation Act of 2010

The Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization, and Job Creation Act of 2010

The Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization, and Job Creation Act of 2010 no really that’s what it is called, I am serious!  LOL!

Here’s a brief list of the provisions affecting individuals:

1.   Education tax benefits are extended through 2012.

• American Opportunity Credit (AOC)! Hurray! The AOC is a partially-refundable credit up to $2,500 for the first-four years of […]

GA Department of Revenue Says “Oops”!

ATLANTA—The Georgia Department of Revenue issued the following statement: On January 20, 2011, the Georgia Department of Revenue issued 2010 Georgia income tax refunds by direct deposit. The Department became aware of a computer system error in the calculation of refunds. To ensure that correct payments were made to taxpayers, the Department issued a […]

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    GA Department of Revenue Procedure for Reimbursement of Bank Fees

GA Department of Revenue Procedure for Reimbursement of Bank Fees

If you were affected by the GA Department of Revenue’s Snafu don’t fret – Buffie the Tax Heiress is here to help you!

The Department released the following statement: DOR BEGINS REISSUING INCOME TAX REFUNDS,PROVIDES GUIDANCE FOR TAXPAYER REIMBURSEMENT

ATLANTA—The Department of Revenue announced today that it has begun reissuing income tax refunds to taxpayers affected by […]

A Valentine’s Day Treat from the IRS

For most taxpayers, the 2011 tax filing season began in January as usual.  However, tax law changes enacted by Congress and signed by President Obama in late December meant that some people would have to wait until mid- to late February to file their tax returns in order to give the IRS time to […]

A little of this and a little of that…

Hi Guys!  This week was SO busy – thanks for showing us the love!  So I have catch up on a few things!  First things first.  Visit the link on our page for the Tax Heiress Tax Stimulus.  We’ve had a few winners since my last blog, and I promise that I will post […]

Corporate Filing Deadline is looming

Hi Guys! It’s me again, Buffie the Tax Heiress!  Have you filed your business tax return for tax year 2010 yet?  Well you better get a move on!  The deadline for filing corporate tax returns (Forms 1120, 1120A, and 1120S) or requesting an automatic extension of time to file (Form 7004) is March 15, […]

Long time no blog…. :)

Hi Guys!  OK so it’s been a few weeks since my last blog post!  Sorry! Thanks to your support I have been EXTREMELY busy!  Thanks! 🙂  So let me catch you guys up on what’s been going on at Tax Heiress Tax Service. We made it through the corporate filing deadline thank goodness!  We […]

Owe a balance to the IRS?

Owe a balance to the IRS?  Don’t fret the Tax Heiress is here to help!  Don’t waste any money or time dealing with those companies that say that they can set up a payment plan for you for a nominal fee.  You can do it yourself!  Visit irs.gov and look on the left hand […]

IRS eliminates two-year rule for equitable relief requests

The Internal Revenue Service announced on July 25, 2011 that it will extend help to more innocent spouses by eliminating the two-year time limit that now applies to certain relief requests.  The exisiting regulations which were adopted in 2002 require that innocent spouse requests seeking equitable relief be filed within two years after the IRS first […]