Newsletter Archives


Highlights of 2008 Tax Law Changes

Recently Married or Divorced Taxpayers

Election Not to Claim 50-Percent Additional First-Year Depreciation

Tax Credits for First-Time Homebuyers, Childcare, Education and More

Five Facts about Dependents and Exemptions

Five Filing Status Possibilities

First-Time Homebuyer Credit

Recovery Rebate Credit Is for Individuals Who Missed Last Year's Economic Stimulus Payment

Soft Notice Program Targets Taxpayers Who May Underreport Income

For Many Investors, Year-End Forms to Arrive Later

Archived Newsletter Articles


Fiscal Year 2008 Enforcement and Service Results

Employment Taxes

Lien Relief for Homeowners Trying to Refinance, Sell

Nieces Qualified Taxpayer as Head of Household

Retirement Plans for Public Schools and Exempt Organizations Get Extension

President Signs Pension Bill


Stimulus Payments - What You Need to Know

Comprehensive Tax Guide Available at

Tips for Choosing a Tax Prepare


Year-End Tax Planning

Business Provisions of the Economic Stimulus Act of 2008

For Individual and Business e-File, 2008 Is a Record Breaker

IRS Announces 2009 Standard Mileage Rates

Tax Calendar for Small Businesses and Self-Employed

New Law Encourages Cash Donations for Midwest Disaster Relief

IRS Issues Fall 2008 Statistics Of Income Bulletin

Avoiding Incorrect Self-Employed Retirement Deductions

Wage Compensation for S Corporation Officers

IRS Seeks to Return $266 Million in Undeliverable Refunds And Economic Stimulus Payments to Taxpayers


2009 Inflation Adjustments

Pension Plan Limitations for 2009

Filing Late and/or Paying Late

IRS Has $266 Million in Undeliverable Refunds And Economic Stimulus Payments

Changes to Withholding by Certain Foreign Financial Institutions

2008 Form 990

Hurricane Grant Guidelines

4th Qtr 2008 Interest Rates

Identity Theft and Your Tax Records

Qualified Advanced Lean-Burn Technology Vehicles