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DiSabatino CPA Blog

A blog by Michael DiSabatino CPA with topics on Tax Savings, Business, Management and more...

Renew your ITIN soon

Don't delay in renewing your Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) if it's set to expire at the end of 2018.

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Your refund check is coming — Watch out

Your refund check is coming — Watch out

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If You're Expecting a Refund, Read This

The end of tax season is approaching and if you’re getting a refund, here are four useful tips to know.

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How to make the most of your tax refund

If you're receiving a tax refund this year, you have a big decision to make: What to do with it. 

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Don't Lose Your Refund

Don't Lose Your Refund 

Per the IRS, in 2011 approximately 1 million tax returns represented $1 billion in unclaimed refunds. As unlikely as this sounds, losing a refund could happen to you or someone you know. Here are some common causes of missing out on your full refund.

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February 2015 DiSabatino CPA Newsletter

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In this issue:

  • There is still time for Retirement Funding
  • Maximizing Your Refund Power
  • So You Think You are Hip
  • The Benefits of a Sole Proprietor

The Month of February:

  • Receive all 1099s and W-2s
  • Set up Tax Appointment
  • Rebalance Investment Portfolios
  • February 14th: Valentines Day
  • February 16th: Presidents Day
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You have options for tax refunds...

You can receive your income tax refund in several ways: (1) direct deposit into a single checking or savings account, (2) direct deposit split into up to three different accounts in up to three different U.S. financial institutions, (3) via a paper check, or (4) purchasing up to $5,000 U.S. Series I savings bonds. Split deposits need not be in equal amounts, though buying savings bonds must be done in multiples of $50. You can't split your refund between a direct deposit and a paper check. For direct deposits, verify that your financial institution accepts such deposits, and verify account and routing numbers.

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Use Your Tax Refund to Fund Your IRA

If you're short on cash to fund an IRA contribution this year, Uncle Sam may effectively lend you the money.

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