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Blog Posts in 2015

What's wrong with the IRS?

What’s wrong with the IRS? In the old days of paper spreadsheets, tax returns, and publications, the Internal Revenue Service would provide guidance to tax preparers and taxpayers before the ...
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New Phone System

We are pleased to announce that we have recently upgraded our phone system in order to better serve you. Our front desk number has not changed, we may be reached at 770-920-2890 and 770-942-7180 for ...
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The 1040 Extension deadline is fast approaching!

There are only 10 days until the October 15 deadline for Individual Tax filing. If you fail to file by the deadline the IRS will impose late filing penalties and, if you owe, there are late payment ...
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T. Dennis Connally Consultant, PC, CPA awarded Douglas County Chamber of Commerce 2015 Small Business of Excellence

Congratulations to Dennis Connally, Donna Cox and the staff at T. Dennis Connally, CPA for being awarded the 2015 Douglas County Chamber of Commerce Small Business of Excellence Award. We are grateful ...
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IMPORTANT TAX REMINDER FOR OUR CLIENTS

IMPORTANT TAX REMINDER FOR OUR CLIENTS The September 15 deadline for Corporate Tax filing is quickly approaching. If we have not received all the information from you in order to complete your tax ...
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Excerpts from the mid-year report from the National Taxpayer Advocate

Excerpts from the mid-year report to Congress from the Taxpayer Advocate Service (Ever wonder why you cannot get through to the IRS?) Below are excerpts from National Taxpayer Advocate Nina E. ...
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New Rules From IRS Concerning Identity Fraud and Tax Returns.

IRS Changes Identity Theft Policy WASHINGTON, D.C. (JUNE 1, 2015) BY MICHAEL COHN The Internal Revenue Service has agreed to change its policy on identity theft and provide victims with copies of the ...
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Top 10 Tips to Know if You Get a Letter from the IRS

Top 10 Tips to Know if You Get a Letter from the IRS The IRS mails millions of notices and letters to taxpayers each year. There are a variety of reasons why they might send you a notice. Here are the ...
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Avoid These Common Tax Mistakes

Avoid These Common Tax Mistakes Nobody’s perfect. Mistakes happen. But if you make a mistake on your tax return, it will likely take the IRS longer to process it. That could delay your refund. ...
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Form 3115--A must before you can file your Tax Returns

Form 3115--A must before you can file your Tax Returns In plain language….as composed by Donna Cox, EA of T. Dennis Connally's office. In 2006 the IRS first proposed the so-called repair ...
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HEALTH LAW IS CREATING A TRICKER TAX SEASON

HEALTH LAW IS CREATING A TRICKER TAX SEASON Beginning January 1, 2014, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) required individuals to carry minimum essential health coverage or make a shared responsibility ...
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