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Tax Problem Resolution

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What our Clients are saying

Be careful who you let do your taxes. An attorney had recommended a tax preparer to me. The preparer did my 2014 tax return, and I ended up owing over $500. I didn’t have the money to pay my taxes so I just never filed them, and I dreaded doing my 2015 taxes. A friend spoke very highly of David C. Zubler and strongly recommended him. David did my 2015 taxes and then redid my 2014 taxes. I had expected to owe the IRS $500 again, but instead of owing over $1,000 for both years, David got me a combined refund of over $10,000. After David had finished my return, he even took the time to show me that everything he was doing was allowed in the Master Tax Guide. He even made me copies from the Master Tax Guide to take home. Anytime I have a tax question, David gives me the answer, and then takes the time to show it to me in Master Tax Guide and gives me a copy to take home. I am very thankful to have found him, and can’t recommend him highly enough.

Randi Cupp

Knoxville, TN

Facts About IRS Audits

With all of the chaos out there right now, the division and shouting, it's helpful to try to tune out the shouting and focus on what is actually in our sphere of productivity. One way that the IRS has decided it can be more productive is by outsourcing their...

February 2019

There are many new forms due to the tax law changes.  Don’t be fooled by the 1040, it may look simpler, but most of the line items from the old form were just moved to 6 new numbered schedules.  You will need to know which schedules are required to do your...

The IRS collection process and what to expect

I was considering how my clients feel when they receive a letter from the IRS and the turmoil they are in so I thought I’d explain some of the letters for you. Keep in mind the IRS won’t start collection activity against you because you didn’t pay your taxes with your...

August 2019

There have been some big bipartisan tax changes passed by congress and signed by the President recently. The Taxpayer First Act includes mandates for improved customer service, Identity protection, easing of enforcement, modernization of the IRS, cybersecurity and...

January 2019

January news The IRS will be begin accepting returns on January 28th and will issue refunds even if the federal government is still in partial shutdown. The IRS will bring back some of its workers as needed to process returns and send out refunds. The IRS has...

October 2018

October News People who have large cash deals can receive unwanted attention from the IRS. This includes cash deposits to banks and purchases from car dealers and other types of businesses. These transactions are reported to the IRS on Form 8300 and are a source of...

March 2019

Taxpayers are filing their returns and are being shocked with a smaller refund or even a tax bill to pay.  The IRS is not surprised.  When they issued the new tax tables last year they didn’t factor in the loss of exemptions or loss of some itemized...

March 2018

March: 2018 April 1 is the deadline for taxpayers who turned 70 ½ during 2017, for starting their minimum distribution (RMDs) from retirement account (IRA, 401K). A 50% penalty applies to any required amounts not received by April 1. The IRS issued a notice that...

Smart Planning for Financial Independence in America

I have more to say about financial independence today (since I received some great feedback the last time I wrote about it). But before I get there, I'd like to speak some encouragement to you. A few people in wrote me saying that they were feeling pretty dispirited...

May 2019

The 20% qualified business income(QBI) deduction, for those individuals who qualify, is claimed on line 9 of the 1040 for 2018.  There isn’t a form for 2018 but starting in 2019 there will be a new form to fill out when you file your tax return to claim the 20%...

How You’re Missing Legal Tax Deductions

Here’s a certain truth: the State and Federal Government would love to have more of your hard-earned money in their accounts. Sure, even though it’s painful, none of us begrudge paying our legal and fair share of taxes.

But the problem is that regular taxpayers, like you, are missing out on legal and safe deductions, to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars in unclaimed refunds every year!