- December 7th, 2012
- John Dillard
- Income Tax Preparation of Corporate & Personal Income Taxes
www.HisCPA.com Duluth/Gwinnett Income Tax Preparation
The Tax Man is Coming. Be Sure You Pay Only Your Lowest Legal Possible Tax.
2012 Personal Returns Are Due 4-15-13; Be Sure You Do Them Right so you will avoid unnecessary IRS audits, liens, collections, amendments, penalties and interest. The below is a sample letter we might send to a taxpayer to ensure that a proper return is filed reflecting only their lowest legal possible tax:
Open Items Needed for Your Personal Return
Receipts for all charitable giving totaling over $1000 including for the property donations a detailed itemization with listing thrift store prices and amount originally paid for items.
You had big losses in your K-1′s Please confirm that you have lent/have sufficient tax basis in the businesses are still due these amounts to cover this as well as prior year losses.
Property tax on the car.
Receipts for Real Estate Taxes
Interest detail you forwarded was higher than recap you totaled. Please review/advise.
Receipts, if you paid any, on Mortgage Interest on your time share.
What was the Rental Income you personally received and what did you rent.
Please drop out a check today so we can cash flow the work.
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