Tax Warrior Chronicles

Got a Letter from the IRS? What You Should (and Shouldn’t) Do!

Posted on Thu, Jul 26, 2018

By:  Drucker & Scaccetti


Don’t play with fire. Do brush your teeth twice a day. Don’t chew with your mouth open. Do say “please” and “thank you.”  These are some of the basic “Dos and Don’ts” engrained into our memory by our parents. As adults, learning is a trial-and-error exercise.  For example, what are the Dos and Don’ts when you’ve received a letter from the IRS? Before you make a mental list of your answers, read on for some tips on how to proceed.

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Tax Aspects of Caring for An Elderly Individual

Posted on Mon, Apr 28, 2014

Having elderly relatives move into the homes of their children, nieces, nephews, etc.  is occurring more regularly, regardless of your background, income, age or any other moniker. Elder family members are living longer and this makes the decision to have them live with you, a choice that could affect you for several years to come.

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