Kelly Dias Accountancy, PLLC

Kelly Dias Accountancy, PLLC

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Did you miss tax deadline.... wait, what?! If you did, you're in luck, because the tax deadline was moved to June 15th. Not everyone knows this, but you can bet that Kelly Dias Accountancy, PLLC is "in-the-know" for all things tax related, not just the filing deadline.

If you are not well-versed in tax lingo, reach out to Kelly at (817) 326-5871 or schedule an appointment through the website www.cpagranbury.com.
We haven't posted an update on our Castle Creole project at 927 Indiana in Downtown Wichita Falls in some time, but we are pushing ahead strong to close the deal in late March. Field work for the property, asbestos and historical surveys has been completed. Attorneys are working on establishing the ownership entity and working with accountants on an operating agreement between the equity and managing partners. Financial information is being gathered for our debt partner. Our design-build partner is completing as-built drawings and developing demolition plans to inform bids for this scope along with remediation. Cost estimates for MEP and infrastructure elements, including fire suppression, are being developed to appeal to the 4B board for local incentives. Next week, work begins on conceptual drawings that contemplate requirements for Sect. 106 compliance for historic preservation tax credits. Finally, we're talking with prospective restaurant tenants to find just the right fit for the building and the neighborhood. It's a long and tedious process, but we're confident that the end result will be an asset the community can be proud of! Post Oak Preservation Solutions Gary Baker & Associates, LLC Kelly Dias Accountancy, PLLC Texoma Community Credit Union Downtown Wichita Falls Development Wichita Falls Chamber of Commerce

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Victims of Texas winter storms get deadline extensions and other tax relief | Internal Revenue Service 05/05/2021

Victims of Texas winter storms get deadline extensions and other tax relief | Internal Revenue Service

Just a friendly reminder that the tax deadline for all Texans is June 15th.

Victims of Texas winter storms get deadline extensions and other tax relief | Internal Revenue Service IR-2021-43, February 22, 2021 — Victims of this month’s winter storms in Texas will have until June 15, 2021, to file various individual and business tax returns and make tax payments, the Internal Revenue Service announced today.

Victims of Texas winter storms get deadline extensions and other tax relief | Internal Revenue Service 02/23/2021

Victims of Texas winter storms get deadline extensions and other tax relief | Internal Revenue Service

Great news for all Texans! The IRS has extended the tax filing deadline for all Texas businesses and individuals to June 15th. The includes the April 15th estimated tax payment. Click here to read the full text of the news release.
https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/victims-of-texas-winter-storms-get-deadline-extensions-and-other-tax-relief

Victims of Texas winter storms get deadline extensions and other tax relief | Internal Revenue Service IR-2021-43, February 22, 2021 — Victims of this month’s winter storms in Texas will have until June 15, 2021, to file various individual and business tax returns and make tax payments, the Internal Revenue Service announced today.

Timeline photos 02/17/2021

Our offices will be closed all week. Stay safe and warm!

02/15/2021

Due to the extreme weather conditions, our office will be closed tomorrow. Stay home and stay safe!

U.S. Department Of Labor Announces Additional Guidance Explaining Paid Sick Leave and Expanded Family and Medical Leave Under The Families First Coronavirus Response Act | U.S. Department of Labor 03/30/2020

U.S. Department Of Labor Announces Additional Guidance Explaining Paid Sick Leave and Expanded Family and Medical Leave Under The Families First Coronavirus Response Act | U.S. Department of Labor

There are new rules for paid sick leave for businesses with less than 500 employees:

CHANGES TO PAID SICK LEAVE RULES: The FMLA paid sick leave has been expanded to cover businesses with less than 500 employees and to cover COVID-19 related sick leave specifically.

Two Categories of Leave
1) Paid Sick Leave (up to 10 days) – employees are eligible for up to two weeks, or 10 days, of paid sick leave, subject to an 80-hour cap for full-time employees.
2) Expanded Family and Medical Leave (up to 10 weeks) – After taking two weeks paid sick leave, employees who have been employed for at least 30 days may be eligible for up to an additional 10 weeks of partially paid expanded family and medical leave for reason #5 below.

Employers must comply with the FFCRA from April 1, 2020, until it expires on December 31, 2020. Paid leave prior to April 1 will not count.

For complete information on the new paid sick leave rules visit

https://www.dol.gov/newsroom/releases/whd/whd20200326

U.S. Department Of Labor Announces Additional Guidance Explaining Paid Sick Leave and Expanded Family and Medical Leave Under The Families First Coronavirus Response Act | U.S. Department of Labor The .gov means it’s official. Federal government websites often end in .gov or .mil. Before sharing sensitive information, make sure you’re on a federal government site.

03/30/2020

Two Options for helping small businesses keep their employees on payroll:

1. PAYROLL CREDIT: The bill establishes a fully refundable tax credit for businesses of all size that are closed or distressed to help them keep workers on the payroll. The goal is to get those employees hired back or put on paid furlough to make sure they have jobs to return to. The credit covers to 50 percent of payroll on the first $10,000 of compensation, including health benefits, for each employee. This is not available to businesses that take advantage of the paycheck protection loans from the SBA.

2. DEFERRAL OF PAYROLL TAXES: The CARES Act allows employers to delay paying the employer-portion of payroll taxes through the end of 2020. The deferred amount is due in two installments - 50% is due before December 31, 2021, and the other 50% is due before December 31, 2022. Deferral is not available if the employer takes an SBA paycheck protection

Coronavirus (COVID-19) 03/30/2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

For Small Businesses:
1. NEW SBA loans:
a. Emergency grants: The bill provides $10 billion for grants of up to $10,000 to provide emergency funds for small businesses to cover immediate operating costs.

b. Relief for existing loans: There is $17 billion to cover six months of payments for small businesses already using SBA loans.

c. Forgivable loans: There is $350 billion allocated for the Small Business Administration to provide loans of up to $10 million per business. Any portion of that loan used to maintain payroll, keep workers on the books or pay for rent, mortgage and existing debt could be forgiven, provided workers stay employed through the end of June. https://www.sba.gov/disaster-assistance/coronavirus-covid-19. The EIDLs expanded provisions include:

Coronavirus (COVID-19) SBA Disaster Assistance in Response to the Coronavirus

03/29/2020

Other COVID-19 help for individuals:
1. CHANGES TO UNEMPLOYMENT:
a. This bill adds $600 per week from the federal government on top of whatever base amount a worker receives from the state. That boosted payment will last for four months.
b. Typically, self-employed people, freelancers and contractors can't apply for unemployment. This bill creates a new, temporary Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program through the end of this year to help people who lose work as a direct result of the public health emergency.
c. Unemployment has been expanded to cover individuals who are not able to work due to COVID-19 restrictions including illness and businesses forced to close by government mandate or as a result of economic pressures.

2. EMPLOYERS NON-TAXABLE FRINGE BENEFIT: Employers can provide up to $5,250 in tax-free student loan repayment benefits. That means an employer could contribute to loan payments and workers wouldn't have to include that money as income.

3. INSURANCE TO COVER COVID-19: The bill requires all private insurance plans to cover COVID-19 treatments and vaccine and makes all coronavirus tests free.

4. STUDENT LOANS: All loan and interest payments would be deferred through Sept. 30 without penalty to the borrower for all federally owned student loans.

03/29/2020

COVID-19 tax relief for individuals:

1. 2019 TAX FILING & PAYMENT EXTENSION: The 2019 tax filing and payment deadline has been moved to 7/15/2020. You do not need to file an extension to request this extension. You can still file an extension for the October 15, 2020 deadline if needed. There will be no interest of penalties on payments made by 7/15/2020.
2. NO 4/15/2020 ES PAYMENT: The first quarter estimated tax payment due on 4/15/2020 has also been extended to 7/15/2020. The second quarter payment due on 6/15/2020 has not been extended, so please pay that on-time.
3. NO 2020 RMD: The IRS has waived the 2020 RMD requirement. This means that you do not have to take an RMD for 2020. QCD’s can still be done in 2020 with the full tax benefit.
4. NO 10% PENALTY ON IRA DISTRIBUTIONS: A provision in the relief bill allows Americans to take penalty-free distributions from IRAs and qualified retirement plans up to $100,000. The standard 10% penalty for withdrawals under age 59.5 (except in the event of death or disability) is waived. The no-penalty allowance applies to "coronavirus-related distributions" — i.e. people who are diagnosed with COVID-19 or have experienced financial hardship from quarantine, layoffs, reduced hours, or furlough between now and December 31, 2020. Distributions will still be included in gross income and subject to regular income tax, but can be spread out and taken over three years.

Stimulus Check Calculator: How Much Will You Receive? 03/29/2020

Stimulus Check Calculator: How Much Will You Receive?

We will be publishing a series of COVID-19 Legislative updates to try and help you make sense of all the recent changes. These will be updated as more information becomes available.

1. STIMULUS PAYMENTS:
a. Most individuals earning less than $75,000 can expect a one-time cash payment of $1,200
b. Head of Household filers earning less than $112,500 will receive $1,200
c. Married couples making less than $150,000 would each receive a check for a total of $2,400
d. If you are claimed as a dependent on someone else’s tax return, you are not eligible for the stimulus check. This means that college students that are claimed by a parent will not receive a check.
e. Families would get $500 per child under age 17. That means a family of four earning less than $150,000 can expect $3,400
f. The checks start to phase down after that and disappear completely for people making more than $99,000 and couples making more than $198,000
g. The cash payments are based on either your 2018 or 2019 tax filings
h. If the IRS has your banking information from either your 2018 or 2019 tax return, they will direct deposit the money into your bank account. You can expect this to take place in the next 3 weeks. If you did not provide banking information with your tax return, then a check will be mailed to the address on your most recently filed tax return.
i. The IRS will not call you for banking information so if you receive a call claiming that it is a scam. Do not give out any of your personal information to someone calling from the IRS.
j. Link to calculate your estimated payment. You will need your AGI from the tax return in question and do not include children over 17 in your calculation.

https://www.forbes.com/advisor/personal-finance/stimulus-check-calculator/

Stimulus Check Calculator: How Much Will You Receive? The federal government will soon be issuing stimulus payments to most households as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act). We’ve created this calculator to help you estimate the amount you and your family will receive. RELATED: Your Money And Coronavirus:

Alex's Pizza Pasta Subs Granbury 03/20/2020

Alex's Pizza Pasta Subs Granbury

Local restaurant of the day! We ordered lunch from Alex's Pizza Pasta & Subs. They have a fantastic lunch menu and they deliver!

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03/20/2020

www.irs.gov

Dear valued client, I hope this email finds you each healthy and hopeful that this time will pass quickly. With the evolving situations surrounding coronavirus (COVID-19), we understand that it is affecting businesses in many different ways. We want to assure you that KDA is fully committed to the safety and health of our employees and our community, while ensuring minimal disruption to our work and client service during this critical time of year. The staff at KDA has been given the option to continue to work or to stay home. While technologically it would be possible to work from home we are not going to be implementing that as an option. The main consideration in this decision is the safeguarding of client data. At this point, we are all committed to working and completing a successful tax season at our normal pace of work. With that in mind, we are taking some specific precautions to protect both you and our staff.

1. We are asking that if at all possible, please utilize the portal to submit your tax documents. You can use the portal to print, sign and submit your signature forms as well as any tax documents. Please call our office if you need a link to the portal emailed to you.
2. If you can use the portal to submit your signature docs we ask that you wait to come by for the hard copy of your tax return. They will still be here in June or July when this hopefully will have died down.
3. If you need to come to office, we are still open to the public. We are instituting a policy of one client in the lobby at a time and we are disinfecting between clients. If you arrive and someone is in the office, please wait in your vehicle until the lobby is clear.
4. We are not doing any face to face pick-up appointments but you can request a phone conference if you have questions on your return.

The Treasury Secretary has made the following announcements regarding the tax deadlines this year:

1. As of today they have officially changed the filing deadline to July 15th. This means that there will not be any late filing penalties assessed on returns filed by July 15th and you do not have to file an extension to get this relief. Extensions can still be filed to extend to October 15th.
2. The payment deadline for 2019 tax balances has been extended to July 15th. There is not an extension beyond that date for making your payment for 2019. If you have a balance due for 2019 and you want to wait to pay in July, you will need to communicate that to us in writing.
3. The 2020 first quarter estimated tax payment due 4/15/2020 is included in the relief from tax penalties. The notice released from the IRS does not address the 2nd installment that is due on 6/15/2020 so we recommend that you plan on making that payment on time and the 4/15/2020 payment by 7/15/2020.

Here is a link to the pronouncement by the IRShttps://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-drop/n-20-17.pdf

Unfortunately, with all of the additional questions and changes in our households with kids being out of school, you may see that our turnover rate is affected. Instead of our typical turnover time of a maximum of 2 weeks, it is taking a bit longer this year. We appreciate your patience and understanding in having to wait a little longer than you have become accustomed to receive your return. We will do everything in our power to complete by 4/15 all clients that met our deadline today. Priority will be given to clients who are expecting a refund as we do not want to be the cause of delay in getting much needed funds at this critical time.

As always, the team at KDA is here for you. We will continue to monitor this challenging situation on an hour-by-hour, day-by-day basis and communicate with you as needed. Thank you for continuing to put your trust in us. Stay safe and well.

www.irs.gov

03/20/2020

We are now offering free curbside service. If you would like a bottle or three of wine you can call us at 817-573-7200 and order over the phone OR go online to https://dvinewinegranbury.com/shop-2/
select the wines you want and then choose pick up. Just give us a call when you arrive and when we take your purchase out to your vehicle. Life is too short to drink bad wine!
PS we also have 'to go' Meat and cheese" trays in a box...

03/20/2020

It is important during this uncertain time to continue supporting our local businesses. We will be ordering lunch in from local restaurants and we encourage you to join us! Please tag a local business in the comments so we can add them to our list! It is important that we try and support as many places as possible!

Best of Hood County 07/09/2019

Best of Hood County

Go local and vote for your hometown favorites! It only takes a few moments and the show of support means so much to local businesses.

Best of Hood County The Best of Hood County reader survey is underway and we are giving one lucky voter a $100 gift card just for voting. Votes can be submitted online or on ballots printed each issue in the Hood County News until 5 p.m. Monday, July 22. The Best of Hood County contest features all of your local favori...

06/19/2019

Good Morning! I am so pleased to announce that Georgia Welch has passed the 4th and final section of the CPA exam and has now completed all requirements for her CPA license. We are extremely proud of her and what she has accomplished in the 5 years that she has been with KDA. Her journey to becoming a CPA began in 2012 when she decided, with 4 kids at home aged 7 and under, to go back to school and obtain her Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting. In seven years, while working full-time and raising 4 kids, she completed her Bachelor's degree, her Master's degree, and passed all four sections of the CPA exam. This is a monumental accomplishment and speaks to the kind of person that Georgia is. We are so fortunate to have her on our team.

If you have a moment, please reach out to her today with a word of congratulations!

Timeline photos 02/11/2019

Let's take care of each other during flu season!

Create an Accountable Plan to Reimburse Employees for Business Expenses 12/20/2018

Create an Accountable Plan to Reimburse Employees for Business Expenses

If you have historically deducted large employee business expenses on your tax return...you might be in for a surprise. Employee business expenses are no longer deductible starting in 2018. We suggest you meet with your employer and restructure your pay to include a reimbursement for your expenses. You will both save money on payroll taxes and it will lower your taxable income. Take this article to your employer as it outlines the correct way to reimburse expenses.

https://hrp.net/hrp-blog/create-an-accountable-plan-to-reimburse-employees-for-business-expenses/

Create an Accountable Plan to Reimburse Employees for Business Expenses Did you know that the TaxCuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) eliminated itemized deductions for employees who incur unreimbursed expenses for company business for 2018 through 2025? Fortunately, you can set up a so-called "accountable plan" to minimize the adverse effects of this TCJA provision. Here's how the...

IRS issues standard mileage rates for 2019 | Internal Revenue Service 12/20/2018

IRS issues standard mileage rates for 2019 | Internal Revenue Service

IRS publishes standard mileage rate for 2019. 58 cents a mile. That is big increase over the 2018 rate. Be sure to keep those mileage logs!

https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/irs-issues-standard-mileage-rates-for-2019

IRS issues standard mileage rates for 2019 | Internal Revenue Service IR-2018-251, December 14, 2018 — The Internal Revenue Service today issued the 2019 optional standard mileage rates used to calculate the deductible costs of operating an automobile for business, charitable, medical or moving purposes.

NEW REGULATIONS AID CHAMBER IN LAUNCHING ASSOCIATION HEALTH PLAN WITH NORTH TEXAS CHAMBERS 11/02/2018

NEW REGULATIONS AID CHAMBER IN LAUNCHING ASSOCIATION HEALTH PLAN WITH NORTH TEXAS CHAMBERS

NEW REGULATIONS AID CHAMBER IN LAUNCHING ASSOCIATION HEALTH PLAN WITH NORTH TEXAS CHAMBERS The Granbury Chamber of Commerce announced today new health insurance plan options now available for small business members. This was made possible by Association Health Plan rules issued by the U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) in July 2018. The Chamber and our partners have accomplished this in tim...

Meals continue to be deductible under new IRS guidance 11/02/2018

Meals continue to be deductible under new IRS guidance

Great news for business owners! New IRS guidance on the meals deduction for businesses. Please read!

Meals continue to be deductible under new IRS guidance The IRS issued guidance on the deductibility of meal and entertainment expenses after the modification of Sec. 274 by the TCJA.

07/03/2017

bestof.hcnews.com

Best of Hood County 2017
You may vote one time per category until 5 p.m. July 17.

Voting is underway!!!!

Thank you for giving us the privilege to serve you Hood County

Happy Voting!

-The KDA Team

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06/30/2017

bestof.hcnews.com

Best of Hood County 2017
You may vote one time per category until 5 p.m. July 17.

Voting is underway!!!!

Thank you for giving us the privilege to serve you Hood County

Happy Voting!

-The KDA Team

bestof.hcnews.com

01/13/2017

We have a client with an immediate job posting. Full time position needed. Bookkeeper/ Controller position for an retail outlet located in Granbury. Must have a strong accounting or bookkeeping background and be fluent in Excel, Word, and Quickbooks. Only applicants with 5+ years experience. Bachelor’s Degree a plus. Family owned business. Pay will be based on experience. Please send resume to [email protected].

12/18/2016

If you want a unique stocking stuffer...Boy Scout Troop 360 is selling raffle tickets for 30 guns in 30 days. The ticket numbers correspond to the Texas Lottery pick 3 and each ticket will be valid for each day's winning numbers. 30 guns will be raffled off. Tickets are only $30. Proceeds are for a van for the Troop. The drawing will commence as soon as all tickets are sold. Fun gift for a great cause!

The Overtime Rule Has Been Blocked: Now What? 11/29/2016

The Overtime Rule Has Been Blocked: Now What?

Merry Christmas from Texas to small business owners everywhere!

The Overtime Rule Has Been Blocked: Now What? A federal judge has granted a preliminary injunction that blocks the new federal overtime rule from taking effect on Dec. 1. Here are some questions HR professionals may be grappling with in the aftermath.

10/31/2016

It is almost that time again! Do not let these deadlines get by you...the penalties will be stiffer in 2017 for failing to file W2's and 1099's.

New Due Date, Filing Extensions, & Penalties for Form W-2
According to the 2016 General Instructions for Forms W-2 and W-3 published by the IRS:
• New Due Date for Forms W-2 — January 31, 2017 is now the due date for filing 2016 Forms W-2 and W-3 with the SSA, whether filing using paper forms or electronically. (Forms W-2AS, W-2CM, W-2GU, W-2VI, and W-3SS are also included.)
• Extensions Not Automatic — Extensions of time to file Form W-2 with the SSA are no longer automatic. For filings due on or after January 1, 2017, one 30-day extension may be requested. However, the IRS will only grant the extension in extraordinary circumstances or catastrophe.
• Higher Penalty Amounts — Higher penalty amounts apply to returns required to be filed after December 31, 2015 and are indexed for inflation.

New Due Date for Form 1099-MISC Box 7 Use
According to the 2016 General Instructions for Certain Information Returns:
• New Due Date for Forms 1099-MISC Using Box 7 — January 31, 2017 is now the due date for filing Forms 1099-MISC when reporting nonemployee compensation payments in box 7. Otherwise, file on paper by February 28, 2017, or file electronically by March 31, 2017. (The due dates for furnishing payee statements remain the same.)

Timeline photos 08/17/2016

Our team is so in sync, we all wore our Converse to work today! KDA...not your mama's CPA!

08/17/2016

Just want to say a big Thank You for voting us one of the best accounting services in Hood County for 2016! It is such an honor to our team to serve our friends and neighbors. We are grateful for all of our clients that partner with us to achieve our success and theirs. We look forward to this next year and the opportunity to earn your trust...and vote...again next year.

08/25/2015

Good Evening! It is with sadness that I am posting to let you know that as of Wednesday, August 26th, Donna will be leaving her position at KDA. Donna has been with KDA since October of 2012 and she has been a vital member of our team. We are sad to lose her, but excited for the opportunities she is leaving us to pursue.

I would like to introduce you to Brittney Stewart who will be taking over Donna’s post. She is a native to Granbury and a GISD alumna. As an adult, Brittney has lived in the Galveston area and even more recently, the state of West Virginia. Lucky for us, Granbury always draws her back! Brittney returned to Granbury in February 2015 when her husband was transferred back to the area from WV. She is married with 2 active girls and enjoys fitness, reading and sewing. She also has a flair for decorating. Interesting fact: Because Brittney is a former surgical tech, she knows what the doctors say about you while you're "under"! Please extend a warm welcome to Brittney when she answers the phone or greets you when you visit us.

Change is always accompanied with challenges but we are excited for what the future holds and the addition of Brittney to our team. I thank you in advance for your understanding if there may be a few bumps during the initial transition. I have no doubt that Brittney is up for this challenge and will become a valuable resource for you.

On another note, if you drive by the office and notice that something looks different, you are right! It has just about broken my heart, but this past week we had to lay to rest the 2 Bradford Pears that graced the front of our building. They had long surpassed their life expectancy and began dropping large limbs. It was out of concern for the safety of our staff and clients that I decided to have them removed. On a positive note, our sign is now much more visible from Hwy 4!

I am so appreciative of your support of KDA and our staff. We look forward to continuing to serve you with excellence and professionalism as we move into a new stage as a firm. Please feel free to call or stop in to wish Donna well on her new ventures.

Affordable Care Act (ACA) Tax Provisions 08/21/2015

Affordable Care Act (ACA) Tax Provisions

Health Care Law Tax Provisions: IRS Recorded Webinars for Employers and Coverage Providers

Employers and health coverage providers now have access to recorded webinars from IRS about the Affordable Care Act’s employer provisions and related tax requirements. If you are a business owner, tax manager, employee benefits manager, or health coverage provider, you can access and review these videos anytime to better understand how the health care law may affect your organization.
Each of the following ACA videos on the IRS Video Portal provides about 40 minutes of detailed information on the specific tax provision mentioned in the title.
Employer Shared Responsibility Provision (47 minutes)
Learn about determining applicable large employer status, payments, and transition relief for 2015.
Employer-Sponsored Health Coverage Information Reporting Requirements for Applicable Large Employers (37 minutes)
Learn about employer-sponsored health coverage information reporting requirements for applicable large employers, including:
• who is required to report
• what information the law requires you to report
• how to complete the required forms
Information Reporting Requirements for Providers of Minimum Essential Coverage (35 minutes)
Learn about the information reporting requirements for providers of minimum essential coverage, including employers that provide self-insured coverage. Learn about:
• who is required to report
• what information the law requires you to report
• how to complete the required forms
View the recorded webinars in the IRS Video Portal using one of the following tabs: Businesses, Tax Professionals, Governments and Non-Profits. After clicking on one of these tabs, simply select “Affordable Care Act” from the list of topics on the left side of the screen, and you will see a list of recordings about these and other ACA topics.
In addition to videos about the tax provisions of the Affordable Care Act on the IRS Video Portal, there is a wide range of videos on other tax topics for individuals, businesses and tax professionals.
For more information about the Affordable Care Act visit IRS.gov/aca

Affordable Care Act (ACA) Tax Provisions The Affordable Care Act contains comprehensive health insurance reforms and includes tax provisions that affect individuals, families, businesses, insurers, tax-exempt organizations and government entities. These tax provisions contain important changes, including how individuals and families file t…

Timeline photos 08/14/2015

It's a sad day here at KDA. We are losing BOTH of these beloved trees. The grande dames just couldn't take this summer's heat. (That and they've lived about 30 years past their life expectancy). You'll be missed, ladies.

08/12/2015

Don’t Fall for New Tax Scam Tricks by IRS Posers

Though the tax season is over, tax scammers work year-round. The IRS advises you to stay alert to protect yourself against new ways criminals pose as the IRS to trick you out of your money or personal information. These scams first tried to sting older Americans, newly arrived immigrants and those who speak English as a second language. The crooks have expanded their net, and now try to swindle virtually anyone. Here are several tips from the IRS to help you avoid being a victim of these scams:
• Scams use scare tactics. These aggressive and sophisticated scams try to scare people into making a false tax payment that ends up with the criminal. Many phone scams use threats to try to intimidate you so you will pay them your money. They often threaten arrest or deportation, or that they will revoke your license if you don’t pay. They may also leave “urgent” callback requests, sometimes through “robo-calls,” via phone or email. The emails will often contain a fake IRS document with a phone number or an email address for you to reply.
• Scams use caller ID spoofing. Scammers often alter caller ID to make it look like the IRS or another agency is calling. The callers use IRS titles and fake badge numbers to appear legit. They may use online resources to get your name, address and other details about your life to make the call sound official.
• Scams use phishing email and regular mail. Scammers copy official IRS letterhead to use in email or regular mail they send to victims. In another new variation, schemers provide an actual IRS address where they tell the victim to mail a receipt for the payment they make. All in an attempt to make the scheme look official.
• Scams cost victims over $20 million. The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration, or TIGTA, has received reports of about 600,000 contacts since October 2013. TIGTA is also aware of nearly 4,000 victims who have collectively reported over $20 million in financial losses as a result of tax scams.
The real IRS will not:
• Call you to demand immediate payment. The IRS will not call you if you owe taxes without first sending you a bill in the mail.
• Demand that you pay taxes and not allow you to question or appeal the amount that you owe.
• Require that you pay your taxes a certain way. For instance, require that you pay with a prepaid debit card.
• Ask for credit or debit card numbers over the phone.
• Threaten to bring in police or other agencies to arrest you for not paying.

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Delaine's Place Delaine's Place
1101 W Pearl Street
Granbury, 76048

Delaine's Place Bookkeeping, 1040, 1065, 1120, 1041, 990 Income Taxes, Payroll Services, Oil & Gas,