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Your credit score can have a significant impact on both your personal and professional lives.  Personally, your score can impact the availability of and interest rates for mortgages, car loans, and credit cards.  Professionally, a bad credit score will hurt your chances of securing certain jobs and obtaining financing for small business endeavors.   Your[…]

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Sometimes you cannot complete the paperwork for your tax return by the due date (April 17, 2018 for your 2017 returns). But, unlike your old algebra homework, you can’t just turn it in late. The IRS is very, very picky about deadlines. However, the IRS also makes it fairly simple for you to get some[…]

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There are few phrases that can induce more anxiety than “back taxes.” And there is a good reason for that. Technically speaking, back taxes are taxes that were unpaid in the year they were due. They can be owed on the federal, state, and/or local level. Regardless of where they are owed – back taxes[…]

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The Comptroller of Maryland has issued a news release alerting personal income taxpayers and tax professionals about a new phishing email scam that impersonates tax software providers. The email has a subject line of “Software Support Update” and informs recipients that due to a software upgrade, the preparer must revalidate their login credentials. The link within the[…]

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