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Deducting the Home Office
By: Marvin Mitchell
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  • Deducting the Home Office
  • Home Business Related...
  • Deducting all or...
  • Such advice is...
  • It's worth your...
  • The IRS Return...
  • In another, abusive...
  • Review your return...
  • What should a...
  • Also, for the...
  • Such necessary expenses...
  • Individuals who do...
  • Joan started an...
  • Plus, and this...
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    In another, abusive tax preparers used clients’ Social Security numbers and other
    information to file false tax returns without the clients’ knowledge.

    Last year the IRS shut down a scheme in which perpetrators used e-mail to
    announce to unsuspecting taxpayers that they were “under audit” and could set
    matters right by divulging sensitive financial information on an official-looking
    Web site. Taxpayers should note that the IRS does not use e-mail to contact
    people about issues related to their accounts.


    Helpful Hints When Choosing a Return Preparer

    No matter who prepares your tax return, you the home business owner and
    taxpayer, are ultimately responsible for all of the information on your tax return.

    1. Never sign a blank tax return.
    2. Avoid tax preparers who claim they can obtain larger refunds than other preparers.
    3. Avoid preparers who base their fee on a percentage of the amount of the refund.
    4. Use a reputable tax professional who signs your tax return and provides you with a copy for your records.
    5. Consider whether the individual or firm will be around to answer questions about the preparation of your tax return months, or even years, after the return has been filed.

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