Brian Ward Knight |1||3/30/2016 5:22 PM|
I have been doinf taxes for over 20 years and it seems that more and more clients new and old have decided to claim more exemption then they can claim at the end of the year and are paying less tax into both the state and federl systems. I have been warning them that the IRS can and is asssessing a under payment penalty and in one client's case forced the employer to not allow him to claim exempt from taxes box could not be checked. Has everyone seen an increase in these same clients?
|Harold J Garson||4/1/2016 12:23 PM||No|
Nancy Avitabile, EA |6||7/31/2015 12:41 PM|
I've had a tax practice in the MD/VA/DC area since 1989 and I'm looking to retire. I have about 100 individual tax clients, 10 non-profits and some corporate and partnership clients. Most of my client's returns are fairly basic although I do a few complicated returns. I'm looking for someone who is very good in tax work and wants to expand their practice. I would be willling to phase in over the next year to accomodate a smooth transition. Many of my clients hae been with me for decades and I really care about the service that I give them. I use Drake software.
Please contact me if you have any interest.
Nancy Avitabile, EA
|Denise M McKissick||2/8/2016 8:10 PM||No|
Mary Rose Martino, EA |1||10/7/2015 12:46 PM|
I have a MD client who is hiring a nanny and wants to be compliant with nanny taxes. I know how to file the schedule H for the feds but how does he pay the taxes due for Maryland? Thanks for your help
|Betty Kohls Stehman, CPA||11/4/2015 10:16 AM||No|
Edward John Ristenbatt |1||5/22/2015 12:14 PM|
Will Maryland State be sending out any guidelines on filing amended returns? Since the case went to 2006 can I file my clients amended returns back to that year?
|William Thomas Marcoux, Jr, EA||10/29/2015 5:52 PM||No|
April M Bittle Kurzke, AFSP |1||8/7/2015 8:48 AM|
Hello NATP Members from Maryland, Deleware and Washington DC
Virginia Chapter is holding its annual conference on November 5 & 6, 2015 at the Double Tree Hotel by Hilton, 50 Kingsmill Rd., Williamsburg, VA 23185 Phone: 757 220-2500
We would love to see members from boarding states join our conference. Please call me for more information.
April Bittle-Kurzke, 2015 Virginia Chapter President
cell: 908 295-9730
|Richard Radhe, EA||8/24/2015 9:26 AM||No|
Frank Adu-Asare |1||5/13/2014 7:38 PM|
I have just recently moved to Burtonsville, MD and will like to connect with a local tax professional. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and cc email@example.com
|Michael L Gunn||6/17/2014 9:52 AM||No|
Idowu Balogun |1||3/31/2014 9:46 AM|
I am working on 2013 District of Columbia 1099-Suvivor Benefit with distribution code of 4-Death Benefit .
I am trying to determine if this is a Taxable Income for the Survivor who is 82 years old for the District of Columbia.
My email is Nobletax200@aol.com
NATP # 300003965
|Sanford Saidman, ATA,ATP,EA||4/27/2014 11:09 AM||No|
Megan Sonicksen |1||9/30/2013 8:00 AM|
Please use this discussion board for discussions specifically relating to the Chapter, state or local tax discussions.
For general discussion items relating to business management, federal tax or education, please use the discussion board located under Member Center>Community.
|Idowu Balogun||3/31/2014 9:44 AM||No|
Megan Sonicksen |2||12/6/2013 10:30 AM|
With tax season fast approaching, remember your Chapter discussion board can be a great resource for state and local tax issues as well as utilizing the state tax volunteers.
Megan Sonicksen, NATP Tax Communications
|Anita C Simpers, EA||1/17/2014 4:41 AM||No|