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North Georgia Tax Solutions practices what we preach- you can never be too prepared! No matter what it comes to; your business, your personal life, and everything in between, having your affairs in order and creating a plan certainly helps ease the stresses of life. Taxes, of course, are no exception this rule. So, how… Read More

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Every year, tax time is just around the corner. In 2022, the IRS started accepting 2021 1040s on January 24th. We here at North Georgia Tax Solutions have been hard at work prepping, researching, and assisting all of our clients to prepare for this time of year. And every year, despite the last couple of… Read More

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“In order to be successful in the new year, stay focused, develop a positive attitude, and be passionate with your dreams.” -Bamigboye Olurotimi It is only a matter of days before 2021 officially comes to an end. With this in mind, we here at North Georgia Tax Solutions think it is incredibly important to use… Read More

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November is here! And of course, while that brings things like turkey legs, fall décor, and cooler temps, it also indicates that this year is coming to an end. The 4th quarter of 2021 arrived in October; so, it’s time to start planning for 2022. For North Georgia Tax Solutions and our clients, this season… Read More

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Odds are you’ve filed your taxes in the past year, or maybe you’ve been keeping up with the latest tax news, so you might be privy to the backlog that’s currently bedeviling the IRS. According to the IRS website, they are open and processing mail, tax returns, payments, refunds, and other correspondence. But the shutdown… Read More

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Every year, the IRS releases the “dirty dozen” scams, highlighting some of the most popular tax scams that are out there. We typically see a rise in these scams around tax season, but thanks to the pandemic, they have been increasingly frequent. By being aware of these scams, you can protect not only yourself but… Read More

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Happy August! If you have any kids or teenagers in your life, you’re acutely aware that the 2021-2022 school year has already started or is soon to begin which means that a qualified tuition program, or 529 plan, may be fresh on your mind. Whether you’re already contributing to the plan for private tuition or… Read More

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It’s safe to say business travel has been extremely limited since March of 2020. As restrictions ease, more and more businesses are ready to get back on the road – and that means we’ll start getting more questions about how to write off a business trip and what exactly can be deducted. What Qualifies as… Read More

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Taxes are inevitable, and while both small and large corporations follow the same general guidelines, there are many caveats that change the way businesses approach taxes. One of the biggest factors is profit. Every company, no matter the size, is looking for ways to capitalize on benefits and deduct where they can. To assist businesses,… Read More