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February 02, 2017

Planning Ahead for Change

With a new President always comes a wave of uncertainty What’s proposed? What’s hearsay? What should you do no matter what?   Change is in the air in Washington, and many taxpayers are eager to…

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January 17, 2017

Is it a Hobby or a Business?

With the rise in online commerce opportunities along with the current gig economy, the line between hobby and business is more blurred than ever.   Find out what the IRS looks for in determining whether…

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January 04, 2017

NJ-PA Reciprocity Agreement is Spared

Governor Christie to Keep Reciprocal Income Tax Agreement with Pennsylvania. On November 22, 2016 Governor Chris¬≠tie announced that he will keep the long-standing agreement between New Jersey and Pennsylvania after all. Due to budget constraints,…

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January 04, 2017

What Filing Status is Right for You?

Knowing your filing status is important because it plays a crucial role in determining whether you need to file a return, the amount of your standard deduction, and the income breakpoints for tax brackets. Possessing…

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