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    2. IRS Warns Taxpayers To Watch Out For Scams This Summer

      IRS Warns Taxpayers To Watch Out For Scams This Summer
      Now that tax season is over (well, except for those of us on extension), the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is warning taxpayers to remain onalert for phishing emails and telephone scams. According to the IRS, summer attracts the attention of scammers since so many taxpayers expect to hear from the tax agency - so much so that tax pros refer to this time of year as correspondence season.
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    3. Worried About the I.R.S. Scam? Here’s How to Handle Phone Fraud

      Worried About the I.R.S. Scam? Here’s How to Handle Phone Fraud
      Lee Meyer, a retired New York City schoolteacher, recently began getting strange telephone calls on weekday afternoons. A woman claiming to be a Treasury Department official left a message and a phone number, Mr. Meyer said, telling him he needed to settle a tax-fraud charge or else he would be hauled in front of a magistrate judge.
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    4. Treasury, IRS issue proposed regulations on charitable contributions and state and local tax credits | Internal Revenue Service

      Treasury, IRS issue proposed regulations on charitable contributions and state and local tax credits | Internal Revenue Service
      Today the U.S. Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service issued proposed regulations providing rules on the availability of charitable contribution deductions when the taxpayer receives or expects to receive a corresponding state or local tax credit.
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    5. In Your 40s? Here's What to Expect From Social Security When You Retire

      In Your 40s? Here's What to Expect From Social Security When You Retire
      When you retire, there's a really good possibility that you'll rely on Social Security benefit, to some degree, to help make ends meet.According to a Gallup survey conducted in April, approximately five out of six nonretirees implied that Social Security would represent either a major (30%) or minor (54%) source of income during retirement. This combined 84% ties a 15-year high for reliance, based on nonretirees' responses.
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    6. U.S. expats face hammering from new tax rules

      U.S. expats face hammering from new tax rules
      The four-employee business of Travis Baldwin, who hasnt lived in the U.S. for nearly a decade, is about to get hammered by a pair of tax provisions that were aimed at corporate behemoths like Microsoft Corp. The tax reform law signed by President Donald Trump in December created new taxes for corporations that have shifted their profits offshore for years.
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    7. IRS releases early guidance on new uses, options for 529s

      IRS releases early guidance on new uses, options for 529s
      The latest IRS regulations on three recent tax law changes affecting 529 education savings plans highlight tuition refunds, expanded rules for use, and rollovers. Notice 2018-58 addresses a change in the PATH Act and two changes in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Taxpayers, beneficiaries and administrators of 529 and ABLE programs can rely on the rules in this notice until the Treasury Department and IRS issue regulations clarifying these ...
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    8. IRS warns of scams related to natural disasters | Internal Revenue Service

      IRS warns of scams related to natural disasters | Internal Revenue Service
      With hurricane season underway, the Internal Revenue Service is reminding taxpayers that criminals and scammers often try to take advantage of the generosity of taxpayers who want to help victims of major disasters. Hurricane season runs June 1 to Nov. 30, and taxpayers need to be vigilant of scams that will undoubtedly pop up when and if a hurricane occurs during that time.
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    9. IRS mulls rules for estates and trusts after tax law

      IRS mulls rules for estates and trusts after tax law
      The Internal Revenue Service is showing signs that its planning to issue regulations on the deductibility of expenses for estates and trusts in the wake of the new tax law. Earlier this month, the IRS and the Treasury Department issued a notice saying it intends to issue regulations around estates and non-grantor trusts in the context of last Decembers tax code overhaul (see IRS plans regulations on non-grantor trusts and ...
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    10. In changing tax times, Roth IRAs provide alternative strategies

      In changing tax times, Roth IRAs provide alternative strategies
      Most people never think about reducing taxes until it's time to file their tax returns. Unfortunately, by then it is too late to implement tactics to minimize the tax bill. The issue of tax planning should be considered in conjunction with retirement planning. Your tax strategies for next year could include some of the strategies that can maximize your income in retirement.
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  1. About Robert Williams

     

    Robert Williams CPA.

    18952 MacArthur BLVD. Suite 460
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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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