Tax Breaks – Coming and Going

Brendan Moore | January 31st, 2015

When Congress extended dozens of tax breaks for tax year 2014 at just about the last minute of the last hour of 2014 (late in the evening on December 13), it upended tax strategies for many of our clients. Each CPA, and, all the tax accountants here at Sareen and Associates knew that there would be a lot of time… Read more »

Your Tax Return – Revisited

Brendan Moore | August 22nd, 2014

Are your taxes done? Well, I hope your tax returns (business and personal) were prepared and submitted on time. But, are your taxes “done”? Well, they are and they aren’t. Even after you submit your tax return, you can always go back and submit another, “amended” return if there is now new information (or something that you forgot) that will… Read more »

The Paper Trail at the I.R.S.

Brendan Moore | June 30th, 2014

As you are probably aware, Sareen and Associates sometimes represents their tax clients before the I.R.S. regarding audits, collections matters, settlements and more. Our clients are often surprised by the fact that our CPA repeatedly tells them to note all conversations with I.R.S. officials, keep multiple copies of all correspondence, etc.. “Isn’t everything done electronically now? Aren’t there plenty of… Read more »

Can You Put a Price on Education?

Brendan Moore | March 14th, 2013

  You bet you can. Any parent that’s paying for their child’s education knows exactly what it’s costing them every semester. And you can also bet that whatever the amount, it seems like too much.You can also put a tax credit on the cost of education. We do it for our clients all the time. We’re good at it.With the… Read more »