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March 2010
Issue: 27
Tax Season Half-Way Over!
It is the middle of tax season and we are as busy as ever.  If you haven't come in yet, we encourage you to call now to schedule an appointment to get your taxes prepared.  The closer we get to April 15th, the harder it will be for us to get your taxes filed by the deadline.  There were over 100 changes to the tax code again this year and they affect just about every taxpayer in one way or another.  It is very important that you take advantage of every deduction that you are entitled to so you don't miss out on a larger refund.  To help us prepare your tax return, please download our
Income Tax Data Itemizer and fill out the areas that apply to you prior to your appointment.  If you are a small business owner, then please visit the forms section of our website to download the worksheets to fill out to record the activity in your small business for 2009.  It is much easier for us to prepare your tax return if these forms are completed  If you have any questions when you are filling out the forms, then please contact us and we can answer your questions for you.  Our extended busy season hours are Monday through Wednesday 9am - 8pm, Thursday and Friday 9am - 7pm, and Saturday hours are 10am - 3pm.  Feel free to call anytime between these hours with questions or to make an appointment.  For those that live out of state or prefer not to make an appointment, the option is available for you to mail, email, or drop off your tax information.
Enjoy this months newsletter!
Are you expecting a tax refund from the Internal Revenue Service this year? If so, here are seven things you should know about checking the status of your refund once you have filed your federal tax return.
1) Online Access to Refund Information: Where's My Refund? or ¿Dónde está mi reembolso? are interactive tools on and the fastest, easiest way to get information about your federal income tax refund. Whether you split your refund among several accounts, opted for direct deposit into one account, used part of your refund to buy U.S. savings bonds or asked the IRS to mail you a check, Where's My Refund? and ¿Dónde está mi reembolso? give you online access to your refund information nearly 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It's quick, easy and secure.
In This Issue
Seven Things You Should Know About Checking the Status of Your Refund
House & Senate Seesaw on Jobs Bill
Upcoming Tax Deadlines
The House and Senate have separately passed various versions of the jobs bill with tax breaks for businesses, but they keep going back and forth adding provisions not found in the other chamber's version.
The House passed the $75 billion Jobs for Main Street Act last December (see House Approves Jobs Bill). But that was essentially a non-starter in the Senate, which first proposed an $85 billion that combined job creation measures with a set of tax breaks for businesses that hired and retained workers, along with the extension of a large number of business tax breaks that expired last year.

Upcoming Tax Deadlines

March 15th - Deadline to file Corporate Tax Returns (S-Corp & C-Corp)
April 15th - Deadline to file Individual & Partnership Tax Returns
April 30th - Payroll tax returns are due for the 1st quarter.
Please let us know if there is anything we can do for you!!

Thomas R. Vetscher, CPA
John T. Vetscher, CPA


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