Tax Preparation Articles
- Adoption Credit Countdown
- Filing Season 2013: Year of the Extension?
- HOA’s Must File Taxes
- Use Tax: The WV Stealth Tax
- Fiscal Cliff Averted – For Now
- Health Reform and Taxes
- Foreclosure may be Taxable for Many
- Using the Sun to Shrink Taxes
- Cars, Homes & Tax Deductions
- Giving to Caesar: Taxing Ministers
- S-Corporations Loss-Deduction Danger
- Health Reform Passes - Penalties are “Taxes”
- S-Corporation: The Good, the Bad, the Scary (Part 1)
- Taxes, National Debt, and, Oh – More Taxes
- Giving “Special” Credit To Adoptive Grandparents
- Short-Sale & Foreclosure, Debt Relief Act No Panacea
- Foreclosures and Short Sales, A Ticking Tax Time-Bomb for Panhandle
- Home Office Deduction Danger
- Business Owners: Lower Your Red (Audit) Flags
- Donating the “George” in the Driveway
- Last Minute Charitable Deductions, Even Basics Not so Simple
- Tax, Spending, and Health Care Reform
- College Credit Extended for Taxpayers
- Roth Counters Inertia
- Adoption Credit Windfall
At HBS, we keep up with the ever-changing tax code to ensure that your business and household remain in compliance in the most complicated tax scenarios while minimizing your tax obligation. Whether we are preparing your basic 1040 or consolidating multiple corporations, you can rest assured that your return is being properly prepared by a professional.
We specialize in situations not easily handled by others. Perhaps you are the executor of an estate and preparing the returns of a decedent who has not filed returns for a number of years. You not only need assistance with the estate return, you need to reconstruct income and deductions with virtually no records. We can help.
Maybe you are an elder at a church and wondering about the potential tax liability and reporting requirements of various fundraisers and “nonprofit” endeavors. We can help.
Attempting to structure an enterprise or venture that will minimize your tax obligations while helping to reach your long-term goals? We can help.
Are you or your business the direct (or indirect) owner of multiple corporations doing business in multiple states? We can help.
HBS Employees include Enrolled Agents (EA) with the IRS, MBAs and Payroll Technicians. Enrolled Agents are Federally Authorized Tax Practitioners who have technical expertise in the field of taxation and who are empowered by the United States Department of the Treasury to represent taxpayers before all administrative levels of the Internal Revenue Service for audits, collections, and appeals. Click here for more information on Enrolled Agents
What are the differences between EAs and other tax professionals?
Only Enrolled Agents are required to demonstrate to the Internal Revenue Service their competence in matters of taxation before they may represent a taxpayer before the IRS. EAs are the only taxpayer representatives who receive their right to practice from the United States government.