An Enrolled Agent (EA) is a tax practitioner who has expertise in the field of taxation. Our EAs are based in Florida and serve clients nationwide. According to IRS.gov, “An enrolled agent is a person who has earned the privilege of representing taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service by either passing a three-part comprehensive IRS test covering individual and business
Joel Jacobson, founder of Creative Accounting & Tax Services, has been helping Florida residents with their taxes for over three decades. He is an Enrolled Agent (EA), an active member of American Society of Tax Problem Solvers (ASTPS), the National Association of Enrolled Agents (NAEA), and the Professional Association of Small Business Accountants (PASBA). He is passionate about helping people
The IRS is getting more adamant about getting money that is owed to them. A new law passed that allows the IRS to revoke your passport if you owe amounts larger than $50,000 in tax debt.
There is no better time than now to confront your tax troubles. You don’t have to take on the IRS alone. We are tax resolution
Joel E. Jacobson is active in the tax resolution community in Florida and throughout the US, and is also a role model to his peers in the industry.
His commitment to his tax resolution earned him the September 2015 member spotlight in Michael Rozbruch’s Tax and Business Solutions Academy™ newsletter and website. The Tax and Business Solutions Academy is an industry
If you make a work-related move this summer, you may be able to deduct the costs of the move. This may apply if you move to start a new job or to work at the same job in a new job location. The IRS offers the following tips on moving expenses you may be able to deduct on your tax
If you itemize deductions on your tax return, you may be able to deduct certain miscellaneous expenses. You may benefit from this because a tax deduction normally reduces your federal income tax.
Here are some things you should know about miscellaneous deductions:
Deductions Subject to the Two Percent Limit.
You can deduct most miscellaneous expenses only if they exceed two percent of your