Season’s Greetings! Wishing you and your loved ones good health, peace,
joy, and prosperity this season and all seasons to come.
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Our knowledgeable staff give equipment dealers and their customers easier access to competitive financing solutions – even for challenging credits.
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We can finance almost any type
Tax season is coming and lot of you will be coming to our South Portland office to get help preparing your tax returns. You may need some information from Social Security.
Social Security can provide you with the following information:
To visit Social Security Online Services, click here.
If you’d like to make an appointment with one of our tax preparation experts, call us at (855) 479-2400.
One of my favorite seasons during the year, Tax Season, is rapidly approaching. However, with tax season comes the vast array of ever evolving tax scams related to identity theft and refund fraud.
Every tax season, there is an increase in schemes that target innocent taxpayers by email, by phone and on-line. That is why the IRS reminds taxpayers and tax professionals to be on the lookout for these deceptive schemes.
“Whether it’s during the holidays or the approach of tax season, scam artists look for ways to use tax agencies and the tax industry to trick and confuse people,” said IRS
Have you ever wondered how an identity thief gets someone’s personal information? It can be as simple as asking for it.
Each day, people fall victim to phishing scams through emails, texts or phone calls and mistakenly turn over important data. In turn, cyber criminals try to use that data to file fraudulent tax returns or commit other crimes.
The Internal Revenue Service, state tax agencies and the tax industry are all partners in the fight against identity theft, and they urge you to learn to recognize and avoid phishing scams.
The IRS needs your help in the fight against identity theft. That’s
One question that I seem to get asked quite frequently this time of year is how long you should keep financial records and old tax returns.
Generally, the IRS recommends keeping copies of tax returns and supporting documents at least three years. Some documents should be kept up to seven years in case you need to file an amended return or if questions arise. Keep records relating to real estate up to seven years after disposing of the property.
Health care information statements should be kept with other tax records. It is important to note that these forms do not get sent
O’Hare Associates helps individuals and businesses throughout New England with IRS representation, tax services, tax resolution and financial advisory. We provide fast, reliable and professional support.
O’Hare Associates was founded by tax expert and author, Sean T. O’Hare – known as New England’s go-to for tax support and tax resolution.