Now that Congress is out of session for their summer vacation, the President left some notes for his Cabinet before he, too, left the White House. Leaving all politics aside, let’s dive in to the notes that were passed after class. Click on the title to read each item directly on the White House website: … Continue reading Executive What?
Gone are the days of Single 0, now we have far fewer choices on an even bigger form. And how on earth do I claim exempt?!
The Obligatory Time Square Selfie I spent the summer enjoying my family and crossing something off of my bucket list. My daughter and I were able to visit New York City and see The Prom on Broadway before it closed in August. We had a great time and are already planning our return trip. At … Continue reading What I Did On My Summer Vacation
It has been a very interesting three weeks since the IRS opened the e-filing season. We are seeing varied results compared to last year and generally those results are less money coming back to clients as refunds. This causes a state of bewilderment and frustration to those who traditionally count on their refund for certain … Continue reading Wrestling with Results