Jerry Jones CPA
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a CPA that you deal directly with, that understands your business, that works in all 50 states and is there for you when you need him?
"Our business consists of multiple entities, in several states and industries. Jerry has helped minimize taxes, reporting and operational headaches by customizing our structure by state. Besides daily activities, Jerry has helped greatly in structuring large transactions with third parties. He's great about planning for the future while addressing today's operational needs. Some days he's a little cranky though".
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Taxpayers Who Donate to Charity Should Check Out These Resources

Taxpayers who donate to a charity may be able to claim a deduction on their tax return. These deductions basically reduce the amount of their taxable income. Taxpayers can only deduct charitable contributions if they itemize deductions.

Tax Security 2.0 – A ‘Taxes-Security-Together’ Checklist

IRS, Security Summit partners urge tax professionals to review their practices, enhance safeguards to protect taxpayer data

Leaders from the IRS, state tax agencies and the tax industry today called on tax professionals nationwide to take time this summer to review their current security practices, enhance safeguards where necessary and take steps to protect their businesses from global cybercriminal syndicates prowling the Internet.

Despite major progress by the IRS and the Security Summit partners against identity theft, evolving tactics continue to threaten the tax community and the sensitive data of taxpayers.
 
To help combat this, the Security Summit partners created a new “Taxes-Security-Together” Checklist to serve as a starting point for tax professionals. Beginning next week, the IRS and Summit partners will issue a series of five Tax Security 2.0 news releases highlighting “Taxes-Security-Together” Checklist action items.  

IRS Video Portal Features Tax Info for Small Businesses and Employers

 

Small business owners and others with tax questions can check out the IRS Video Portal to get more information on a wide range of topics. Taxpayers can visit the site to find videos and recorded webinars on topics such as:

Starting a business

Business income

Employers

Filing and paying taxes

The IRS also posts videos on the portal for individualstax professionalsgovernments, and charities and non-profits. There’s also a playlist with videos in Spanish.

Taxpayers Can Go to IRS.gov for Answers to Questions About Payments and Penalties

Questions about tax payments and penalties come up all year long. Taxpayers can find most answers to these questions on IRS.gov. They can head over to the Let Us Help You page, which features links that take users to information and resources on a wide range of topics related to penalties and payments.

Here’s the 411 on Who Can Deduct Car Expenses on Their Tax Returns

 

Taxpayers who have deducted the business use of their car on past tax returns should review whether or not they can still claim this deduction. Some taxpayers can. Some cannot.

Here’s a breakdown of which taxpayers can claim this deduction when they file their tax returns.

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