We’re a month or so away from the end of the tax season—yes, there are options for those who need an extension to file their 2018 income tax, and if you have any questions about how to file an extension, then call your tax professional at Practical Taxes—and this last month or so is incredibly hectic for many. Everywhere people are scrambling to gather the necessary materials: tax forms, receipts, mileage records, etc. And while it is a hectic time, try not to worry too much, just call your accountant at Practical Taxes and make an appointment to get those 2018 income tax returns filed. 

Make sure to gather together everything. If the IRS notices an omission on your 2018 tax returns that benefits them, they’ll likely contact you; if the IRS finds an omission that benefits you, it’s more than likely you’ll never hear about it from them. Look out for yourself; don’t omit anything; an audit is an especially difficult and trying thing to have to go through. Equally so don’t forget that stack of receipts, don’t forget the paperwork sent to you by student loan companies, mortgage companies, etc. 

Also, due to the recent tax changes, this tax year has been confusing for many. And if you are someone who has always filed his or her own income taxes, and you find yourself struggling to accurately file those 2018 taxes, then call the professionals at Practical Taxes. A qualified, experienced accountant could make all the difference for the 2018 tax season. 

Remember also that your accountant can go through your taxes and determine the best course of action for the 2019 tax season. If you don’t like what you see after this tax season, then your accountant will be able to advise you on the best course of action going forward. 

If you do still need to make an appointment with your tax professional at Practical Taxes to file those 2018 taxes, then make sure to call today.

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