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TIME TO RENEW YOUR PTIN FOR 2020

Time to renew your PTIN again…IRS is urging tax return preparers to start the upcoming 2020 filing season smoothly by renewing their preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN) now. all current PTINs will expire December 31, 2019 Anyone who prepares or helps in preparing a federal tax return for compensation must have a valid PTIN from […]

DEADLINE FOR FILING 2018 TAX RETURN

It’s almost here… Taxpayers who had previously requested an extension to file their 2018 tax return, this year’s deadline is Tuesday, October 15. If your client is getting a refund, there is no penalty for filing return after April 15th. FYI…they don’t even need to file extension! So, if you have clients for whom you […]

IRS WARNS ABOUT PROPERTY LIEN SCAM

This is a new version of tax-related scams. This scam involves fake property liens. It threatens taxpayers with a tax bill from a fictional government agency.  Here are some details about the property lien scam that will help taxpayers recognize it: This scheme involves a letter threatening an IRS lien or levy. The scammer mails the […]

Mastering the Art of the First Impression

At National Tax Office, we want to put all our entrepreneur clients on the right track when starting a successful business. Since you’ll be meeting with potential clients of your own, one of the most critical things you need to keep in mind is the importance of a first impression. A first impression can make […]

How Diet Affects Your Work

Entrepreneurs are constantly looking for ways to improve efficiency and productivity, and if you fit this description, we’ll bet you’ve read countless books, articles, and blog posts on the newest way to enhance your work output. But while you may be up to your eyeballs in time tracking systems and organization tools, there’s one productivity […]

5 Things Wealthy Entrepreneurs Do on a Daily Basis

Tips for Entrepreneurship Success Beyond Managing Money Well Successful entrepreneurs experience success because they visualize and set goals and then follow that up with actions steps that take them closer to achieving those goals. Additionally, most successful people set themselves up for success through preparation and discipline.  Being able to manage finances is essential for […]

Why Do We Procrastinate?

Everyone has been in the situation where you have to get something done, but then you convince yourself to put it off, even if you had the time to do it right in that moment.  Procrastination is just something that we have a tendency to do, but where did this tendency come from? Why are […]

3 Ways to Keep a Good Work-Life Balance

Building a business from scratch is hard work and is certainly not for the faint of heart. It often takes long, lonely hours and intense focus on the task at hand to reach a point where you feel comfortable enough with your company’s success to step back for a breather. While a good entrepreneur knows […]

Enhancing Collaboration With “Plussing”

Collaboration is rarely a smooth and simple process. Team members come together and offer opposing ideas with disagreements and critiques abound, and in the end, one idea comes out on top while the rest are tossed aside. While that one idea was able to triumph, what if one of those ideas that didn’t make it […]

Keeping It Cool: A Successful Supervisor’s Guide To Handling Difficult Conversations

Across every industry and workplace, an unavoidable part of every job is dealing with people. And, while standard employees can get away with limiting the intensity of their workplace interactions to the superficial talk at the water cooler, supervisors must often be the hosts of many kinds of difficult conversations.

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