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Debunking Estate Plan Myths For Queens Taxpayers (Part 2)

Debunking Estate Plan Myths For Queens Taxpayers (Part 2)

We’re diving in, with sleeves rolled up, with a bunch of our Queens area tax preparation clients in creating the best tax return possible for their 2020. Get on our list here: 718-894-5954 But here at The TaxAdvocate Group, LLC we’re also keeping an eye on the Congressional conversation around the “American Rescue Plan” (or […]

Debunking Estate Plan Myths For Queens Taxpayers

Debunking Estate Plan Myths For Queens Taxpayers

On Friday, the IRS began accepting tax returns and people like me all around the country started buckling up for what is already quite a ride. With new PPP loans for Queens small business owners, credits aplenty in all of the variety of stimulus bills, DELAYS from the IRS, fraudulent unemployment claims (yes, this is […]

Attention All Queens Taxpayers, Tax Season Is Here

Attention All Queens Taxpayers, Tax Season Is Here

Congratulations to the Patriots — I mean the Tampa Bay Buccaneers — for their Super Bowl victory. Here at The TaxAdvocate Group, LLC, we don’t have a lot of time to pay much attention to such doings since tax season is here. Even though the actual submission of tax returns to the IRS is delayed […]

Queens Taxpayers It’s Time To Deal With Your 2020 Tax Return

Queens Taxpayers It’s Time To Deal With Your 2020 Tax Return

We can’t electronically submit tax returns to the IRS until Friday, February 12. Nobody can. But that doesn’t mean we can’t help you get started. In fact, we’re already in process with a few Queens clients, and more and more are contacting us every day. If you want to get a jump on things, get […]

Retirement Money and Five Financial Mistakes To Avoid by Salvatore Candela

Retirement Money and Five Financial Mistakes To Avoid by Salvatore Candela

This is the time of year when we are normally opening up to file returns on behalf of Queens clients, and taking a breath of “calm before the storm”. Not this year though. Not only is actual tax filing delayed until February 12, but Congress made their end-of-year appropriations act extremely consequential, with a second […]

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