Tax Tips – Phoenix Tax Consultants

Tips to Using Mobile Apps for Tax Tracking

Thanks to smartphones, you now have the ability to track your taxes whenever and wherever you want. While there are many app out there that let you access your tax information, there… Read More

5 Benefits of Filing Tax Returns Early

Did you know the tax season is actually shorter this year? According to the IRS, the government shutdown in October came during the peak time for preparing the 2014 filing system. That’s… Read More

FEBRUARY TASK: LIST YOUR DEBTS

It is Month 2 of Julie’s Personal Powerful Financial Plan! I am starting to get a handle of what is what when it comes to our financial future. Our task was gathering… Read More

4 Reasons Why you Need An Enrolled Agent or CPA

Tax season is upon us, and with that comes a very important question: to use a licensed professional, or not to use professional? This earlier post by Tax Tacklers illustrates the differences… Read More

January Challenge: List your Assets

Courtney’s  January Challenge Update: So it begins. My journey towards creating a personal powerful financial plan using Julie’s 12 Steps! Getting a better understanding of our financial situation, taxes and planning have… Read More

Does the new Medicare Tax of .09% apply to you?

Individual filers making $200,000 or married filers earning $250,000 are subject to a new Medicare tax of .09% on earnings above these amounts and in many cases this is not being withheld… Read More

New Parent Guide to the ‘NEW’ Tax Deduction

Congratulations on becoming a parent! You may have heard there are many benefits to having a child from the unconditional love to tax deductions.  Here is a quick guide to 5 things… Read More

2013 Last Chance to Claim These 4 Tax Rebates – EXPIRES 12/31/2013

As the year quickly comes to an end we encourage our clients to think about the tax year before it ends! Now is the time to consider incentivized purchases that offer tax… Read More

New Year’s Goal: 12 Month Personal Financial Power Plan

Make your New Year’s resolution to participate in the twelve monthly steps to creating your own personal financial power plan. Each month is one manageable assignment that relates to the previous assignment… Read More

Parents and Students

Now is a good time to see if you qualify for either of two college education tax credits or any of several other education-related tax benefits. In general, the American opportunity tax… Read More