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Ways Taxes Will Change In 2020

Tax law has gone through a number of changes since the Trump administration and will continue to change going into 2020. It can be overwhelming to keep track of all the changes, but we’ve compiled a shortlist of the changes you need to be on the lookout for.  No alimony deduction – People who pay […]

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Taxes After Marriage: What Newlyweds Need to Know

Next to having children and buying a home, marriage is one of the biggest changes that can happen in your life. As such, this change also affects the taxes of both spouses. If you’re in the El Paso area and you’re looking for a bit of guidance in terms of your newfound communion, Clifford, Ross, […]

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How To Prepare For Tax Season 2019: It’s Easier Than You Might Think!

Right now is the time to take down Christmas decorations and to get back in the groove of things. Once the month of January comes to a close, employers all across the United States would’ve sent out the W-2s to their employees, thus heralding the upcoming tax season. Perhaps you haven’t thought about tax season […]

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How a CPA Firm Can Help Online Sellers

For years, people have migrated from the Saturday morning garage sales and newspaper classifieds to the world of online selling. Sites like eBay, Amazon, and Craigslist have made it easier for individuals to sell products. In fact, many people have made this their main source of income. Although it may seem like an incredibly simple […]

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IRS Problems and Mistakes Millenials Should Avoid

“Adulting,” is a term used by millennials when they partake in “grown-up” behavior such as getting married, buying a car, or working a full-time job. For many millennials, the highest degree of adulting comes around during tax season. Filing one’s taxes can be seen as the epitome of adulthood. For many millennials, this yearly event […]

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Tax Firm Tips for Saving Money this Summer

What do tax firm employees do during the summer? That’s kind of a trick question! While summer may not be tax deadline crunch time for accountants, we are still as busy as ever at Clifford, Ross, Raudenbush & Copper, LLC helping people save money! Here are a few of our best tips for saving money […]

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Avoid IRS Audits By Hiring A Tax Accounting Firm

If you run a small or medium-sized business, there are a lot of things to take care of come tax season time. Many business owners want to avoid IRS audits as much as possible. These usually occur when business owners decide to file on their own and they make filing mistakes. If you want to […]

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QuickBooks Advising Will Ensure Your Business Runs Smoothly

Whoever thought running their own business was going to be super easy most likely learned their lesson right away. While owning your own business can be rewarding, it also comes with a lot of tasks and responsibilities. QuickBooks is one of the most important things when it comes to running your business and keeping everything […]

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Tips for Resolving IRS Problems

Tax day has come and gone, and some of us are breathing a sigh of relief. For the countless Americans who have facing surprising IRS problems this year, however, taxes are still a source of anxiety. Luckily, a certified public accountant can help you resolve tax disputes quickly and effectively. The team of Clifford, Ross, […]

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