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    2. How To Tell If That Phone Call From Social Security, The IRS Or Google Is A Scam | HuffPost Life

      How To Tell If That Phone Call From Social Security, The IRS Or Google Is A Scam | HuffPost Life
      Last year, the Federal Trade Commission received complaints from more than 35,000 people who reported this particular phone scam and lost a collective $10 million because of it. But its just one of many fraudulent phone calls you could receive. We spoke with the FTC about signs of a phone scam and what to do if youre targeted.
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    3. Millennial Money: How to outsmart smartphone scammers

      Millennial Money: How to outsmart smartphone scammers
      Your smartphone is your confidante, your hand-held connection to the world and one of your biggest vulnerabilities. Scammers can take advantage of day-to-day tasks that seem innocuous, like checking a bank balance or charging a phone at a public USB port, to exploit personal information for their profit. To keep that data safe, start by understanding the threats you face. Your phone has three main areas of vulnerability: its hardware ...
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    4. Is having multiple savings accounts such a good idea? Find out

      Is having multiple savings accounts such a good idea? Find out
      Particularly with the increased banking transactions, maintenance charges, minimum balance along with the ineffective use of cash, is it such a good idea to have multiple bank accounts? Here are some of the reasons why you need to eliminate your surplus bank accounts: With frequent job changes, most working people end up having multiple savings accounts. Many people also like having multiple bank accounts due to one or another reason.
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    5. How to contact the IRS if you haven't received your refund

      How to contact the IRS if you haven't received your refund
      Learn how to contact the IRS if you haven't received your refund, because there could be an error. In most cases, you'll get your tax refund automatically within 21 days of submitting an electronic tax return. In some cases, however, it can take longer. You'll have to contact the IRS if you haven't received your refund, which requires some web browsing and possibly a phone call.
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    6. I Earn Too Much Money for a Roth IRA. What Are My Options?

      I Earn Too Much Money for a Roth IRA. What Are My Options?
      When it comes to tax-advantaged retirement plans, Roth IRAs lead the pack in many regards. Though these accounts don't offer immediate tax savings on the contributions you make, the money you put into a Roth IRA gets to grow tax-free, and withdrawals are all yours during retirement -- the IRS isn't entitled to a portion of that money. Furthermore, Roth IRAs don't impose required minimum distributions , or RMDs ...
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    7. The most common tax problems for 2020

      The most common tax problems for 2020
      With more freelancers than ever before, this also means more taxpayers will be required to pay quarterly estimated taxes for the 2019 tax year. Unfortunately, some people are not aware that they have to do this, or dont know how and when to make their payments.A failure to pay quarterly estimated taxes does a couple of things. First off, it leaves the taxpayer with a massive tax bill come ...
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    8. Medicare fraud, identity theft: Genetic testing scams target seniors

      Medicare fraud, identity theft: Genetic testing scams target seniors
      Scammers are persuading seniors to hand over cheek swabs with their DNA, not knowing it may lead to identity theft and Medicare fraud. A genetic-testing scam is targeting seniors and ripping off Medicare Scammers are persuading seniors to hand over cheek swabs with their DNA, not knowing it may lead to identity theft and Medicare fraud.
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    9. Self-employment and Social Security

      Self-employment and Social Security
      The U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) failed to implement a good deal of security controls recommended over the years, leaving financial reporting and taxpayer data vulnerable to "inappropriate and undetected use, modification, or disclosure." Following an audit on IRS systems during the fiscal year 2018, the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) concludes that the agency still has 127 recommendations to address, most of them from past evaluations.
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    10. Is paying for identity protection worth it?

      Is paying for identity protection worth it?
      Email Jennifer Cattet trains service dogs full time so she was quite surprised to find out - she'd also been running a separate business enterprise she knew nothing about. Someone stole Cattet's identity and used it to sell items on Amazon. She found out a few months ago, when an IRS form came in the mail, saying she made $43,000. "I panicked because my first thought was oh ...
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    11. How to Separate Your Small Business and Personal Finances

      How to Separate Your Small Business and Personal Finances
      managing Numerous challenges come with starting a new business. One way to keep things clean and simple from the start is to separate your business finances and personal finances early on. Its easy to mix the twofor example, putting business expenses on your personal credit card, or dipping into money for your business to pay for personal expenses. Over time, this can be detrimental, not only for your business, but ...
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    12. IRS Improved Security But Taxpayer Data Is Still At Risk

      IRS Improved Security But Taxpayer Data Is Still At Risk
      The U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) failed to implement a good deal of security controls recommended over the years, leaving financial reporting and taxpayer data vulnerable to "inappropriate and undetected use, modification, or disclosure." Following an audit on IRS systems during the fiscal year 2018, the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) concludes that the agency still has 127 recommendations to address, most of them from past evaluations.
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    13. Think your income is too high to contribute to a Roth? Think again

      Think your income is too high to contribute to a Roth? Think again
      The more you make, the more you need to save to have a chance of maintaining your lifestyle in retirement. Your savings rate is likely the number one factor in your ability to achieve your goals. Not market returns, not the economy. Higher income earners often dont increase their savings rate as their income goes up. They spend more and more. Then they get to retirement without enough saved to ...
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  1. About Robert Williams

     

    Robert Williams CPA.

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    Robert J. Williams, CPA is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, (AICPA), The California Society of Certified Public, Accountants and is registered with the State of California Department of Consumer Affairs Board of Accountants.

     

    Robert owns and Operates Williams Accountancy Corporation.  His accounting practice specializes in corporate development, taxation and audit representation.  With over 27 years as a professional accounting practitioner, Robert’s firm has carved out a niche market, specializing in the federal and state taxation for small businesses and high net worth individuals.

     

    Williams’ Accountancy provides expertise in the review and reporting of company financials, internal control structures, abstract governmental requirements, compliance testing and audits.  Robert Williams specializes in federal taxation as well as state taxation, for a multitude of states throughout the U.S.

     

    Williams’ holds an accounting degree from St. Frances University of Pennsylvania and is a licensed Certified Public Accountant, licensed to practice in the state of California.

     

     

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