IRS now offers the option to Pay Your Taxes in Cash!
The IRS announced a new payment option for individual taxpayers who need to pay their taxes with cash. In partnership with ACI Worldwide’s OfficialPayments.com and the PayNearMe Company, individuals can now make payments at over 7,000 7-Eleven stores nationwide without needing a bank account or credit card.
The Powerful new Phone App from PK Tax Services
As a firm we are constantly looking for ways we can improve the service we offer our customers and we are proud to announce the launch of our brand new PK Tax Services Phone App. It’s completely free of charge and it’s available for iPhones, iPads and Android devices.
Looking to track miles or receipts or want to read the latest blog? It's at your fingertips now! Next time you need to access some third party sites such as Xero, Quickbooks or visit the IRS site, our new App has that too. It provides you with up to date, important accountancy data at your fingertips. PLUS:
As millions of people begin filing their tax returns, the Internal Revenue Service reminded taxpayers about some basic tips to keep in mind about their refunds.
During the early parts of the tax season, early filers are anxious to get details about their tax refunds. And in some social media, this can lead to misunderstandings and speculation about refunds. The IRS offers some tips to keep in mind.
According to Forbes.com there are at least 5 major benefits of volunteering: 1. makes you feel as if you have more time, 2. helps you develop a new skill, 3. can assist you with getting a healthier body, 4. allows you to share your knowledge and 5. builds care and empathy leading to an increase in the feeling of love. According to others, benefits of volunteering also include a sense of self worth, finding a spiritual connection and if done right volunteering can earn you some welcome tax deductions.
We all love, or love to hate, social media. Even our new President is a fan and avid user; empowering him to voice his opinions and initiate worldwide debate in a moment's notice. Whichever way you swing, this online communication is here to stay so what are the "experts" foreseeing for the future use of social media?