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Here’s what you need to know about last minute tax filing.
Tax day is just a day away, and taxpayers are struggling to understand the new legal landscape.
If audit worries are keeping you up at night, consider the audit defense protection options in your tax software.
Selling bitcoin is just like selling an asset for tax purposes.
Last minute tips to get your taxes complete and help avoid an audit.
Don’t try any of these “frivolous” tax arguments.
Learn how your business can avoid audit triggers and comply with IRS rules.
Avoid these small business mistakes to save on taxes and penalties.
Virtual currency transactions are on the rise, and tax professionals need to be prepared to report them correctly on their clients’ tax returns.
Reduce your chances of your tax return winding up on the IRS’s radar.
TaxAudit CEO Mark Olander discusses the anxiety Americans feel about tax audits on Chuck Jaffe’s MoneyLife podcast.
Sometimes it’s worth spending money for professional tax help.
Most Americans are confused by the new Tax Cut and Jobs Act.
TaxAudit survey reveals anxiety about audits and confusion about the new tax law changes.
Survey findings show uncertainty about benefits of the Tax Cut and Jobs Act.
Tax season can be stressful, but there are things you can do to quell your fears.
These red flags can dramatically increase your chances of being audited.
Here are multiple tips for avoiding a tax audit.
Mitchell Walker of Stacking Benjamins interviews Dave Du Val about the new tax rules in his New Year podcast.
Tax changes call for new tax planning strategies.
TaxAudit offers eleventh hour tax tips for the Smart Filer.
For tax purposes, virtual currency is treated as property; keep detailed records of all transactions.
Five key tax moves to consider doing right now.
This year's deadline to make required distributions from retirement accounts is Dec. 29.
To help prevent tax identity theft, file early, monitor your tax account, and be vigilant about information security.
Keep your records organized throughout the year so you don't have to scramble at tax time.
File Form 1099-MISC for amounts you pay to independent contractors to ensure deductibility of payments in an audit situation.
Recognize the signs of tax-related identity theft and be prepared in case it happens.
TaxAudit.com hires Kurt Lee as CFO.
 
It never hurts to ask for a penalty abatement. Here are some tips.
To get the most from your tax education benefits, you need a strategy. 
TaxAudit.com updates Audit Defense Pro for professional tax preparers.
Your trusted tax preparer may not be the right person to defend you in an audit.
Prepare for 2018 taxes now with these tax tips for homeowners.
A few of the most common reasons for unexpected tax bills.
Deductions that are okay to claim — and some you should you not claim at all.
Never lie on your taxes – and have hard evidence to prove your eligibility for deductions.
Insights on how the wealthy pay such low tax rates.
A change this year for those who claim the earned income credit and the additional child tax credit.
Avoid these actions that are likely to raise a red flag with the IRS.
Dave Du Val warns about the perils of keeping secrets from your tax advisor.
Dave Du Val talks about audit red flags and how to avoid them.
Dave Du Val explains why it’s important to comply with healthcare reporting requirements under the ACA.
Dave Du Val shares advice for avoiding a tax audit with gobankingrates.com.
Dave Du Val talks about what to expect under the Trump Tax Plan.
Dave Du Val comments on refund delays and erroneous EITC claims in this story by Carole Feldman of the Associated Press.
Dave Du Val discusses the unpredictability of the AMT in this CNBC article.
Dave DuVal discusses strategies for self-employed taxpayers in this US News and World Report article.
Dave Du Val offers year-end strategies for maximizing income and deductions.
Dave Du Val shares his end of year tax planning tips and suggestions with GoodCall.
TaxAudit.com shares wise advice for October filers in this article from The Street.
Dave Du Val provides tips for tax professionals for their last minute filers.
In this article by The Motley Fool, Dave Du Val shares 10 of the most common tax deductions and credits that penalize married couples.
Chief Customer Advocacy Officer Dave Du Val offers advice on how to plan for college expenses in this article by The Motley Fool.
Accounting Today displays a slideshow of back-to-school tax tips provided by TaxAudit.com.
TaxAudit.com offers back to school tax tips for 2016.
Dave Du Val offers tips on preparing a tax client’s audit defense.
Dave Du Val advises taxpayers on what to do and what not to do when an audit letter arrives in the mailbox.
Chief Customer Advocacy Officer Dave Du Val discusses the tricky rules for spending funds from 529 college savings plans.
Dave Du Val offers advice on filing a return on behalf of a deceased taxpayer.
Dave Du Val speaks with US News and World Report about preparing now for next year's taxes.
TaxAudit.com's documentation tips are featured in this Lifehacker article on surviving an IRS audit.
Dave Du Val offers sensible tips for the last minute tax filer.
Dave Du Val offers pointers on how to spot the warning signs of three income tax surprises.
These last minute tax tips might also help you avoid an audit.
Dave Du Val speaks with Motley Fool about the worst states for audits.
Dave Du Val shares his thoughts on mistakes wealthy taxpayers never seem to make.
Chief Customer Advocacy Officer, Dave Du Val, offers tips on tax loss harvesting.
Dave Du Val shares insights about IRS audits with The Motley Fool.
Dave Du Val offers tax advice to single income families.
Dan Rafter of WiseBread talks to TaxAudit.com’s Dave Du Val about tricky business expenses.
Dave Du Val shares three particularly interesting and ridiculous tax breaks with The Motley Fool.
In this article for CPA Practice Advisor, Dave Du Val provides guidance on some of the most outrageous tax deductions taxpayers want to claim.
Dave Du Val talks about tax changes you should be prepared for in 2016.
VP of Customer Advocacy Dave Du Val offers tips on deducting charitable contributions.
Dave Du Val discusses the worst tax penalties and how to avoid them in this article for CPA Practice Advisor.
Writing for CPA Practice Advisor, Dave Du Val provides tips for the fourth quarter of the 2015 tax year.
Dave Du Val discusses the job search tax deduction and what expenses qualify.
In this article written for CPA Practice Advisor, Dave Du Val discusses the various categories of school cost deductions.
Dave Du Val speaks with Motley Fool reporter Matthew Frankel about what school expenses you can deduct.
In this CPA Practice Advisor article, Dave Du Val discusses the new IRS policy on disclosing information to ID theft victims.
TaxAudit.com quoted on tax issues relating to Obamacare.
TaxAudit.com is featured in this article by Dan Mangan about Obamacare.
V.P. of Customer Advocacy Dave Du Val speaks with CNBC's Dan Mangan about Obamacare Tax Audits
Dave Du Val provides tips for dealing with speeded-up audits in Financial Advisor Magazine.
In this article for CPA Practice Advisor, Dave Du Val talks about the short time-frame audit.
In this Op-Ed article for The New York Times, Dave Du Val writes about the challenges faced by taxpayers hit with the I.R.S.'s speeded-up audit timetable.
The Today Show talks about recent data released by TaxAudit.com.
TaxAudit.com reveals worst states for audits.
In this article for CPA Practice Advisor, Dave Du Val gives tips to help taxpayers get ready for their annual tax preparation meeting.
Dave Du Val talks with Personal Finance Reporter Quentin Fottrell about odd tax deductions.
Nearly 90 percent of Americans believe identity theft is a serious problem in the U.S., according to a 2014 study by TaxAudit.com.
In this article for CPA Practice Advisor, Dave Du Val gives a list of deductions that are most often misunderstood, by both taxpayers and tax professionals.
Carole Feldman of the Associated Press speaks with TaxAudit.com's Dave Du Val about the new tax forms required by the Affordable Health Care Act.
Dave Du Val talks with Carole Feldman of the Associated Press about 2014 tax returns and the Affordable Health Care Act.
Dave Du Val talks with Kay Bell about what the tax world considers a charitable contribution.
December 23 2014
Gift-giving Tax Rules
In Kay Bell’s Taxes Blog on Bankrate, TaxAudit.com's Dave Du Val explains the tax rules for gift-giving.
In this article for CPA Practice Advisor, Dave Du Val discusses the CPA’s new role as a Health Coverage Advisor.
Dave Du Val explains the tax implications of gift-giving in this Accounting Today article.
In this article written for CPA Practice Advisor, TaxAudit.com's Dave Du Val warns financial advisors about three serious mistakes to avoid when advising their clients, and what the right advice should be for each situation.
In this article written for CPA Practice Advisor, TaxAudit.com's Dave Du Val offers tips for managing last minute tax filer clients.
Dave Du Val of TaxAudit.com shares facts about tax professional qualifications with Bonnie Lee.
Bonnie Lee shares Dave Du Val's tax advice about writing off college related expenses.
TaxAudit.com's Dave Du Val writes for CPA Practice Advisor about the expiration of a key tax provision for distressed homeowners.
Central Valley Business Times shares TaxAudit.com's survey data about tax scams.
The Miami Herald shares Dave Du Val's tips for how you can prevent being scammed and what to do in the event you fall victim.
Michael Cohn shares TaxAudit.com's tips for how to identify and protect against tax scams on Accounting Today.
Taija Jenkins of CPA Practive Advisor shares TaxAudit.com's survey data about tax scams.
Kay Bell of Bankrate.com speaks with TaxAudit.com's Dave Du Val about the differences between the standard and simplified home office deduction.
TaxAudit.com's Dave Du Val writes in Financial Advisor about the tax treatment of employee stock options.
TaxAudit.com's Dave Du Val speaks with CNN Money about a business versus a hobby for tax purposes.
Did you know that you are responsible for use tax on your online purchases? A Taxaudit.com survey found that nearly half of Americans don't.
TaxAudit.com's Dave Du Val speaks with CBS Local about charitable giving.
The Associated Press speaks with TaxAudit.com's Dave Du Val about tax planning.
TaxAudit.com's Dave Du Val talks with the Associated Press about tax changes for the wealthy.
The Associated Press speaks with TaxAudit.com's Dave Du Val about tax changes.
Carole Feldman of the Associated Press speaks with TaxAudit.com's Dave Du Val about tax changes for higher-income Americans.
The Associated Press speaks with TaxAudit.com's Dave Du Val about tax penalties and interest
Carole Feldman of the Associated Press speaks with TaxAudit.com's Dave Du Val about the Earned Income Credit.
US News speaks with TaxAudit.com's Dave Du Val about errors you could make on your tax return.
CPA Practice Advisor shares TaxAudit.com's annual end-of-year tax tips for U.S. taxpayers.
Dave Du Val writes for Wired Innovations about the IRS and its data capabilities and improvements.
September 05 2013
5 Ways to Avoid an Audit
FOXBusiness speaks with TaxAudit.com's Dave Du Val about red flags that can trigger an audit.
The Fiscal Times speaks with TaxAudit.com about IRS tax forms and Obamacare.
March 12 2013
Can I Deduct That?
Business on Main speaks with TaxAudit.com about Tax Deductions.
US News speaks with TaxResources about How to Take Advantage of Dependents at Tax Time.
TurboTax speaks with TaxResources about Filing Taxes for the First Timer.
February 01 2012
Tax Tips for Retirees
US News speaks with TaxResources about Tax Tips for Retirees.
US News speaks with TaxResources about How to Avoid a Tax Audit.