Author Archives: Latuso & Johnson

December Newsletter

This month’s newsletter has information from past newsletters that we just want to remind you about before the end of the year. We hope you have wonderful, peaceful holidays! Tax Refunds A new law requires the IRS to hold refunds until mid-February 2017 for people claiming the Earned Income Tax...

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Tax Information – 2016 Louisiana Flooding

In hopes of guiding all homeowners, renters, and business owners through the recovery process after the 2016 Louisiana flood, our team has compiled a list of current tax information, resources, and instructions needed during this time. New Updates For Taxpayers & Small Business Owners: Mississippi and Arkansas have both granted...

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Disaster Tax Information

Dear Friends & Family, We hope you and your family are safe and well. We know many of you have sustained property damage and, as everyone in our area, have felt the emotional toll of this unprecedented disaster. While cleanup efforts are a central priority right now, we want to...

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The 5 Things the IRS Will NEVER Do

IRS-Impersonation Phone Calls Have you received an aggressive call from someone claiming to be an IRS employee? Were you threatened or insulted? If so, you are not alone. According to the IRS, calls from scammers are up 400% this year alone! These con artists are very convincing, going as far as giving...

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How to Get FREE Employee Training

You may be able to train your employees for free! Companies that have been paying Louisiana Unemployment taxes for at least three years could be eligible for reimbursement of up to $3,000 per employee per year for certain types of training and continuing education through the Incumbent Worker Training Program...

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Steer clear of common tax mistakes

April brings blooming flowers, budding trees, and dreaded tax time. If you’re one of the millions who hasn’t yet prepared their 2014 or prior returns, don’t panic. There’s still time, though yes, the clock is ticking. As you ponder your return, here’s a look at some common mistakes, and how you...

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