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    2. Tax Season May Be Over, but You Can Make These 4 Moves to Lower Your 2019 Taxes

      Tax Season May Be Over, but You Can Make These 4 Moves to Lower Your 2019 Taxes
      Tax Season May Be Over, but You Can Make These 4 Moves to Lower Your 2019 Taxes Save Now that summer is kicking into gear, many of us are more focused on barbecues and beach days than potentially tedious matters like taxes . And with your next return not due until April 2020, you may not have the patience or desire to deal with tax matters anytime soon.
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    3. 5 Steps You Can Take to Avoid Being Cash-Strapped in Retirement

      5 Steps You Can Take to Avoid Being Cash-Strapped in Retirement
      5 Steps You Can Take to Avoid Being Cash-Strapped in Retirement Many workers worry about not having enough money in retirement, and that's certainly a valid concern. If you have a fear of struggling financially during your golden years despite making a solid effort to save, make these moves to lower those chances.
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    4. How to Protect Your Elderly Parents from Fraud

      How to Protect Your Elderly Parents from Fraud
      Elder abuse and fraudlong a problemare getting new attention these days. The United Nations designated June 15 asWorld Elder Abuse Awareness Day, and this month, the Justice Department Justice unveiled aTransnational Elder Fraud Strike Force. It brings together many government agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation and U.S. Postal Inspection Service, to tackle fraud targeting American seniors.
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    5. Here are the hot tax scams this summer

      Here are the hot tax scams this summer
      Scammers are now sending letters threatening to seize property, bank accounts and income to collect past-due state taxes, according to an alert issued Friday by the Michigan Department of Treasury. A taxpayer in Emmet County in northern Michigan received such a letter that appeared to look legitimate regarding an overdue tax bill. The letter even included specific facts about a real outstanding tax debt. That information likely was pulled directly ...
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    6. Did You Owe Money on Your Taxes This Year? You're in Good Company

      Did You Owe Money on Your Taxes This Year? You're in Good Company
      Did You Owe Money on Your Taxes This Year? You're in Good Company A large number of filers got an unpleasant surprise in 2019: a whopping tax bill. Each year, the majority of people who file a tax return wind up getting a refund . And while that still held true for the 2019 tax season, a significant number of filers wound up in the opposite situation: They owed money ...
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    7. 'Can you do me a favor?' scam asks for gift cards

      'Can you do me a favor?' scam asks for gift cards
      We've had the"one ring" phone scam, thefake IRS phone calls, the scam that tricks you into thinking thatyour Social Security number has been connected to some car in Texas that wasinvolved withrunning drugsacross the border. And now we have the "Can you do me a favor?" scam. Sure, you're thinking "Hey, I know quite a few folks who ask for favors and run that scam everyday." But ...
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    8. What to Do With an Inheritance

      What to Do With an Inheritance
      Congratulations, you've received aninheritance! But you don't know what to do next or how to use it to reach your financial goals. Should you park the lump sum in real estate -- or an emergency fund? Invest in stocks or seek a high-interest bank account? Will you face estate taxes?It's important to learn about your options for an inheritance and to figure out how to best deploy ...
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    9. Got an IRS Notice? Don't Panic

      Got an IRS Notice? Don't Panic
      Got an IRS Notice? Don't Panic You submitted your tax return back in April and thought you were done with all things IRS-related until the following tax season. But what happens when you get a notice from the IRS in the mail? Your initial reaction may be to panic, but don't. Chances are, the IRS simply has an adjustment to your tax return, and addressing it as soon ...
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    10. 5 Investment Strategies to Minimize Your Taxes

      5 Investment Strategies to Minimize Your Taxes
      Most beginner investors focus on making smart investments throughhigh-quality brokerswith low fees. These moves help -- but theres another way to maximize your returns that many people miss. Taxes can eat up a large chunk of your investment gains. To counteract this, use investment strategies to minimize your tax bill. Here are five ways you do that, starting today.
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    11. 3 things that'll cause your Social Security benefits to go down

      3 things that'll cause your Social Security benefits to go down
      Social Security pays theaverage seniortoday $1,461 a month. Now that's hardly enough to fund a comfortable retirement, but it's also not a negligible amount, either. In fact, those benefits could end up helping you stay afloat during your golden years. So, it pays to beware of these three factors that could slash your benefits for life.
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    12. IRS: Don’t be victim to a ‘ghost’ tax return preparer | Internal Revenue Service

      IRS: Don’t be victim to a ‘ghost’ tax return preparer | Internal Revenue Service
      Internal Revenue Service warned taxpayers to avoid unethical tax return preparers, known as ghost preparers.By law, anyone who is paid to prepare or assist in preparing federal tax returns must have a valid 2019 Preparer Tax Identification Number, or PTIN. Paid preparers must sign the return and include their PTIN.But ghost preparers do not sign the return. Instead, they print the return and tell the taxpayer to sign ...
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    13. The IRS releases a new withholding form. Here's what you need to know

      The IRS releases a new withholding form. Here's what you need to know
      Thenew Form W-4is expected to be in use for 2020, and is currently open for comments from the public. Employees use this form to fine-tune the amount of tax thats withheld from their paychecks. The new form reflects changes from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The new law, which went into effect in 2018, nearly doubled the standard deduction, eliminated personal exemptions and put limits oncertain itemized deductions.
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    14. Elder fraud is growing rapidly. Here's how to detect and stop it

      Elder fraud is growing rapidly. Here's how to detect and stop it
      Older Americans are increasingly falling victim to financial fraud and scams, losing billions to scammers and even friends and family members. Banks, credit unions and other financial service companies reported more than $6 billion in assets held by seniors that may have been impacted by fraudulent activity from 2013 to 2017, according to a report earlier this year from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Their study looked at so-called "Suspicious ...
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    15. IRS Audits Poor Taxpayers At Same Rate As Richest One Percent

      IRS Audits Poor Taxpayers At Same Rate As Richest One Percent
      Every year, the IRS,starved of funds after years of budget cuts, loses hundreds more agents to retirement. And every year, the news gets better for the rich especially those prone to go bold on their taxes. According to data released by the IRS last week, millionaires in 2018 were about 80 percent less likely to be audited than they were in 2011. But poor taxpayers continue to bear the ...
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    16. How Much the Average Income Nets You After Taxes in Every State

      How Much the Average Income Nets You After Taxes in Every State
      To paraphrase Benjamin Franklin, taxes are one of only two certainties in the world. Americans know this all too well. Taxpayers in the United States pay over $11,000 a year on average in federal, state, and local taxes, or 20% of their gross annual pay. While all Americans are subject to the same federal income tax code, state and local tax policies vary considerably by region and therefore the ...
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    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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