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Tax Return

Posted in Firm News on March 26, 2018

Just a reminder for those taxpayers who file a late return: Under the IRS’s First Time Abatement Program you may qualify for an OK to waive late filing and late payment penalties. You must pay or make arrangements to pay the tax due.  Your last three years tax return must have been filed and paid… (Keep reading)

Audited by the IRS? What should you do?

Posted in Firm News on March 21, 2018

Should I represent myself or my company if audited by the IRS?The simple answer from a Tax attorney NO!!!!If you do you will tell the Auditor something you should not.  With that being said if you receive an IRS notice stating you owe a small amount of money due to an error you should talk to… (Keep reading)

Estate Plans with no Heir

Posted in Firm News on March 15, 2018

The other day a client came in to have her Estate Plan prepared.  She did not have an heir.  Her husband, siblings and only child predeceased her.  Her father was living ( in his 90’s). She wanted to know if she really needed  Estate Documents as she did not care what happened to her assets… (Keep reading)

What happens to your Pets?

Posted in Firm News on March 9, 2018

Many families have pets, dogs, cats, birds etc….  Pets are not only cute and lovable but a huge part of the family.  We plan out future preparing trusts and wills to make sure our valuables are disbursed accordingly.  We sometimes forget about planning for our pets.  Who will love and care for them the way they… (Keep reading)

Free Seminar

Posted in Firm News on February 7, 2018

Contact Ken R. Ashworth & Associates for a Free Seminar – Will Vs. Trust

The Worst Tax Scams

Posted in Firm News on February 6, 2018

Each Year, The Internal Revenue Service releases a list of the worst tax scams.  These scams peak at tax season but happen year round.  Here’s a roundup of some of the favorites by fraudsters. Identity theft, phone scams and “phishing” are listed 1,2, & 3.  ID theft, of course, is when someone uses your stolen Social… (Keep reading)

Suspicious Email from the IRS

Posted in Firm News on January 31, 2018

Have you ever received a suspicious email from the Internal Revenue Service?  Most of us have.  You know it is phony by reviewing the spelling and appearance.  We received just such an email at our Law Firm.  I wondered how these scammers could be so bold as to use the actual IRS logo on their… (Keep reading)

Tax Season

Posted in Firm News on January 30, 2018

Tax Season is upon us. Time to start gathering your tax documents and information, for filing.