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Category: Tax Professionals

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Lottery earnings are generally reported on Form W-2G, taxed as ordinary income, and expected to be reported as “other income” on the federal tax return.

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When a person is ineligible to receive a Social Security number, an Individual Tax Identification Number or ITIN must be obtained in order to file a tax return.

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This installment of Know Your Pro will introduce you to a different kind of Pro here at TaxAudit.com. With in-depth knowledge of all the services we offer...

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A long time ago, before there were tax software programs, before our social welfare programs were written into the Internal Revenue code, and when Federal...

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Tax Return Preparer Credentials

All paid tax return preparers are required to have an IRS PTIN (Preparer Tax Identification Number) which they must enter on the tax returns they prepare.

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They say that happy employees make for happy customers, and at TaxAudit.com those happy employees start with managers like Eric.

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Enter Dave Du Val! Dave is our Vice President of Customer Advocacy and among many other things, a tax expert. He sat down with me and set my head straight.

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Introducing Carolyn Richardson! Our highly effective and experienced tax audit professional from Hawaii! With her three decades of tax experience,…

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