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Right to Finality

Crosslin has received several questions regarding finality and the IRS, so we thought it would be good to discuss this issue in further detail.  Taxpayers interacting with the IRS have the right to finality. This is especially for taxpayers who are being audited. For taxpayers who are in the process

Review Tax Withholding and Avoid Surprises

Now is the perfect time to review your tax withholding and payments to avoid a surprise when filing next year. An adjustment or two made now may boost take home pay or allow you to pay more in the last quarter of 2020 to avoid a surprise tax bill. Some

Additional State Funding Available for Businesses Affected by COVID-19

Gov. Bill Lee recently announced an initial $50 million in federal Coronavirus Relief Funds for the new Supplemental Employer Recovery Grant (SERG) program to provide additional relief to small businesses suffering during the COVID-19 pandemic. This new wave of funding includes specific support for minority-owned, women-owned and veteran-owned businesses, as

Reconstruct Records Lost in a Natural Disaster

Between tornadoes, floods, and hurricanes for some of our southern and eastern neighbors, we have witnessed our fair share of national disasters over the last several years.  Reconstructing records after a disaster is important for several reasons including insurance reimbursement and taxes. Most importantly, records can help people prove their