The Social Security Administration Warns On Phone Scams

The Social Security Administration Warns On Phone Scams

The Social Security Administration issued a warning today about an ongoing Office of the Inspector General (OIG) impersonation scheme. The scheme echoes a pattern where thieves pretend to be from government agencies, like those involving scammers posing as callers from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

Tax reform changes affecting small businesses

Tax reform changes affecting small businesses

With just a few months left in tax year 2018, the Internal Revenue Service today urges small business owners to learn about how the new tax law changes may affect them.

Questions on Tax Extensions

Questions on Tax Extensions

More than 14 million taxpayers requested an extension to file their federal income tax return this year. There's just about a week to finish up: October 15 is the last day for most people to file their tax returns for 2018. 

What Congress Might Do On Taxes Before Christmas

What Congress Might Do On Taxes Before Christmas

While the extension of the individual provisions is a big lift and the outlook is very uncertain (with the received wisdom being that this will be put-off until down the road when the provisions are closer to expiring – 2025) – the possibilities of passing retirement provisions and the bill on start-ups has possibilities for this year in lameduck.  The Senate is interested – particularly on retirement.