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The Tax and Small Business Clinic

This group was created to provide Tax and Business information to the BBWO online community and others regarding their small businesses, personal tax matters, and more.

Members: 81
Latest Activity: Dec 31, 2014

About This Group

The goal of this group is to provide Tax and Business information to the BBWO community and others about their small businesses, home-based business, and personal tax matters.

This group will receive a wealth of information regarding various tax matters, tax strategies, small business resources and tips, home based business opportunity information and much more.

You may also use this group to post Questions directly to Ktasha N. Hardge, the group moderator.

Ktasha N. Hardge is the President and CEO of Hardge Connections, LLC a Professional Tax Services Company specializing in Home Based Businesses. We also offer Income Tax Preparation Services to clients Nationwide, Small Business Bookkeeping, Incorporating Services, Virtual Support Services and much more.

Ktasha is also helping people nationwide to enhance their lifestyles by educating them on how they can make more money from home, create leverage in their lives, build residual income and improve their financial blueprint overall.

If you are not a Hardge Connections, LLC client, information you will find in this group is for informational purposes only. The content is not intended to be professional tax or professional small business advice. Always seek the advice of your CPA, Personal Tax Adviser or Small Business Consultant about your tax or business matter.

Discussion Forum

2014 Business and Personal Tax Returns: 6 Successful Tips

Started by Ktasha Aug 13, 2013. 0 Replies

Tax season begins in about 5 months. My blog post will help you to make your 2013 tax filing a success.http://bit.ly/14tQAf4Continue

Car Expenses: Recordkeeping and Tax Deductions

Started by Ktasha. Last reply by Ktasha Mar 28, 2012. 1 Reply

If you use your car for business, you may deduct related expenses using one of the two methods allowed by the IRS. You can choose between using the standard mileage method and the actual expenses…Continue

Tags: expenses, car, deductions, tax, business

Tax Advice for Recently Married Taxpayers (and for people planning to get married)

Started by Ktasha Aug 20, 2010. 0 Replies

Did you recently get married or are you planning to get married soon? If you recently got married or are planning a wedding, the last thing on your mind is taxes. However, there are some…Continue

Did you know there is a Statute of Limitations on Tax Refunds?

Started by Ktasha Aug 13, 2010. 0 Replies

Not only is there a Statute of Limitations on Tax Refunds, but also on IRS Audits, and Collections.3 Years to Claim a Refund3 Years to be Audited3 Years to Amend a Previously Filed Return and10 Years…Continue

Tags: information, debts, irs, returns, amend

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Comment by Ktasha on April 19, 2012 at 10:47am

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Comment by Ktasha on August 30, 2009 at 11:56am
Free Tax Return Review Services

Tax Return Reviews often identify mistakes and missed opportunities that could put more cash back into your pocket. Taxpayers can amend and refile income tax returns up to 3 years after the tax return was originally filed.

While many tax return preparers are generally highly competent at completing tax returns, they often do an inadequate job of discussing the taxpayers activities, transactions, and opportunities for increasing deductions and reducing taxes for those that sometimes owe.

Hardge Connections, will review your previous year's taxes - for FREE! 2008, 2007, and 2006. In the event that we don't find something more could have been done to benefit you, there will be no charge. That's our Guarantee!

If mistakes and missed opportunities are discovered and you want us to file an Amended Tax Return, only then will a fee be required. There will be no hidden charges and your fee will be quoted to you upfront.

While all income level taxpayers can benefit, middle income and upper income taxpayers should especially have this review done. (If you make $60,000 and over).

***THE TIME IS NOW*** In this troubled economy, we all could use some extra cash in our pockets. While I would love to offer this free service indefinitely, in a few short months I will begin my pre-season tax service tasks, therefore this service will only be offered between 8/15/09 through 10/15/09.

Hardge Connections works with clients Nationwide so we can help you regardless of what State you live in. You can submit your paperwork either by fax to (866) 225-3943 or as an attachment to email to hardgeconnections@gmail.com.
Comment by Ktasha on March 16, 2009 at 3:34pm
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Comment by Omitunde on January 12, 2009 at 2:23am
I don't know about everyone else, but I am doing everything different this year. Nothing will ever be the same financially for any of us. We have never experienced this kind of backlash due to the economy.

Don't get me wrong, we do know struggle, Some of us know it better than others and we do know how to survive. It is time to stop deceiving ourselves and make some serious changes in the way we spend money and start saving.

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It’s about learning how to spend less and save more in all aspects of your life from roceries, household expenses, clothing, vehicles and miscellaneous purchases.

The tips and information laid out for you in Frugal Living: How to Stretch Your Hard Earned Dollar can not only enlighten you regarding frugal living but it can also be a starting
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Comment by Ola Akinsanya on November 5, 2008 at 1:05pm
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Comment by Shirley Rushing on September 27, 2008 at 10:55am
Just want to say hello and to thank you for being my friend.
Comment by Ktasha on July 15, 2008 at 12:05pm
IRS Imposters are using e-Mail, Fax and other methods to Pose as the IRS.

The Internal Revenue Service cautions taxpayers to be on the lookout for a new wave of scams using the IRS name and identity theft e-mails, or phishing, that have circulated during the last two months.

In May and June alone, taxpayers reported almost 700 separate phishing incidents to the IRS. In 2008 so far, taxpayers have reported about 1,600 phishing incidents to the IRS.

"Taxpayers should take steps to keep their personal information out of the hands of identity thieves," said IRS Commissioner Doug Shulman. "That includes not falling for any of the phony e-mails or faxes now in circulation pretending to come from the IRS."

The most common scams involve tax refunds and, this year, economic stimulus payments.

Although most of these scams consist of e-mails requesting detailed personal information, the IRS generally does not send e-mails to taxpayers, does not discuss tax account matters with taxpayers in e-mails, and does not request security-related personal information, such as PIN numbers, from taxpayers.

Scammers are using e-Mail scams, Economic Stimulus Payment scams, Substitute Form 1040 Fax Scams, Tax Court Scams and more.

For more information on how these scams work and learn how to identify them, how to handle them if an attempt is made against you and more, visit Tax Matters on Hardge Connections, LLC and click on "Beware of IRS Imposters."
Comment by Lisa McGainey on July 14, 2008 at 7:54pm
Hello All,

Glad to be a part of this group! I look forward to learning vaulable information here.

Lisa
 

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