When we enter a tax preparer’s office for the first time, we are unknown and have to provide not only our W-2’s and/or business records, we often need to provide copies of prior years tax returns, social security cards for all family members, birth certificates, and other highly personal and private information.  The office either… Read More

As we look forward for the coming 2021 tax season, we can start planning for 2021 with these adjustments from the IRS: 2021 Standard deductions: Single and Married Filing Separately $12,550 Head of Household $18,800 Married Filing Jointly $25,100 Maximum capital gains rates of zero: Single and Married Filing Separately $40,400 Head of Household $54,100… Read More

Transcript: When tax time comes around. Are you being reactive or proactive? Do you find yourself swimming in a sea of questions like, is it better to do my tax return cheaply? How do I know if I’m doing them the right way? Welcome to the Tax Answers Advisor with Marcelino Dodge. Today, we’ll answer… Read More

Transcript: When tax time comes around, are you being reactive or proactive? Do you find yourself swimming in a sea of questions? Like, is it better to do my tax return cheaply? How do I know if I’m doing them the right way? Welcome to the tax answers advisor with Marcelino Dodge. Today will answer… Read More