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    2. Income Tax Return form: There are many changes you need to know

      Income Tax Return form: There are many changes you need to know
      The new format of income tax return forms, introduced for the fiscal 2018-19, will require you to fill up whether you own a house and whether it is self-occupied or given out for rent. The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) for filing returns for the financial year 2017-18 have introduced some new clauses for both house owners and tenants which were not mandatory till the last fiscal.
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    3. The Latest Tax Scams And Fraud Being Committed

      The Latest Tax Scams And Fraud Being Committed
      As tax season reaches its peak, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has issued its annual list of Dirty Dozen tax scams.Some of the frauds on the governments list are examples of how taxpayers are being preyed upon, such as email phishing attempts or identity theft. Others are ways Americans are cheating on their returns, such as inflating refund claims or padding deductions.
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    4. A charitable donation wrinkle worth knowing about

      A charitable donation wrinkle worth knowing about
      Among the many familiar aspects of taxation that the recently enacted tax bill changed is the standard deduction. With its increase to $12,000 for individuals and $24,000 for married couples, a lot of taxpayers will soon find the expenses they typically paid and itemized will no longer be deductible. The most common of them are mortgage interest; state, local and real estate taxes; and charitable donations.
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    5. Wolters Kluwer : Where You Retire Can Have a Taxing Effect

      Wolters Kluwer : Where You Retire Can Have a Taxing Effect
      When contemplating locations for retirement, warm weather and proximity to family are likely top considerations for most soon-to-be retirees. However, calculating the best places to stretch a fixed retirement income should also be top of mind. Understanding the current state tax treatments of retirement benefits can be a key factor in deciding where to establish new, post-career roots.
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    6. IRS updates tax tables and inflation adjustments for new tax law

      IRS updates tax tables and inflation adjustments for new tax law
      The Internal Revenue Service issued newly updated tax tables and inflation adjustments for the new tax law. In Rev. Proc. 2018-18, the IRS used the chained consumer product index to update some of the inflation adjustments and make some other tweaks to some previously announced tax items. The revenue procedure modifies and supersedes certain sections of Rev. Proc. 201758, 201745 I.R.B. 489, and supersedes Rev. Proc. 201737, 201721 ...
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    7. Tax Strategy: Changes to business deductions, exclusions, credits under tax reform

      Tax Strategy: Changes to business deductions, exclusions, credits under tax reform
      As it has turned out, the lower tax rates were largely achieved, but without the loss of too many tax breaks. A slight majority of the projected $1.5 trillion addition to the deficit from the new tax legislation comes from the business provisions, rather than the individual provisions. Based on 10-year projections from the Joint Committee on Taxation, the individual provisions contribute about $862 billion to that deficit figure ...
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    8. IRS puts hedge funds on notice about closing loophole in new tax law

      IRS puts hedge funds on notice about closing loophole in new tax law
      The IRS announced Thursday that S corporations are subject to a three-year holding period for partnership interests and that regulations will be issued soon on that score (see IRS seeks to close hedge-fund tax loophole for carried interest). The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act extended the holding period for certain carried interests to three years from one year. In Notice 2018-18, the IRS said it will be issuing regulations clarifying ...
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    9. 5 myths about your 2017 tax refund and 2018 tax reform

      5 myths about your 2017 tax refund and 2018 tax reform
      The timing of tax refunds plus the confusion about tax reform are generating a long list of myths this filing season.The false notions raise questions such as: Will all refunds be delayed? Isn't there a secret way to uncover your refund date? Why do I even need to worry about digging up receipts to claim charitable deductions on my 2017 return? Aren't all deductions eliminated with tax ...
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    10. Don't have to file a tax return? Maybe you still should

      Don't have to file a tax return? Maybe you still should
      Did you know that not everyone is required to file a tax return? If your income falls below a certain level, the exemptions and deductions you're entitled to claim can be more than the income you've earned. In that case, you would have no taxable income to report and no need to file a return. For example, if you're single and your total income in 2017 was ...
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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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