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4 Critical Things You Should Demand From A Tax Professional
Article Summary: The IRS has $4.8 billion dollars of taxpayers' overpaid taxes, sitting in a trust fund in the U.S. Treasury but it is not necessarily gone for good.
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Have you overpaid your taxes?
Article Summary: Each Year, Billions Of Dollars Is Overpaid To The Irs And Your Dollars Could Be Among Them. This Article Discusses How This Occurs, Ways To Avoid Overpaying And General Business Tax Tips.
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Don't Wait for Tax Time to Look at the Bottom Line
Article Summary: A Curious Thing Happens To Entrepreneurs In The Spring Of Every Year. They Wake Up One Day And Realize They Had Better Figure Out How Much Money They Made Last Year So They Can Pay Their Taxes.
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