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You’ve got a friend in the tax business. Let us be your go-to for your any tax resolution needs you may have. From IRS wage garnishment protection to helping you get “Innocent Spouse” protection, we have the experience you need.

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“Rich has been doing my taxes for about the past 13 years now. Won’t go anywhere else. He is honest, trustworthy and price is good. Thanks for the great service each and every year!” – Lew P.

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Five Steps To Help Cleveland Families And Individuals Prepare for Financial Emergencies

With Hurricane Florence barrelling towards the southeastern United States, I'm reminded (again) about how the unexpected can put a big dent into a well-planned life.And as a planner by nature, these kinds of slow-approaching problems (like hurricanes), are the sort of...

How To Remove An IRS Tax Lien By First Tax Relief

I hope your Thanksgiving weekend was as filling as mine. I'm still enjoying the leftovers! In my opinion, that is one of the very best things about the holiday ... that, and all of the political conversations around the table.Whoops. I'm kidding about that last...

First Tax Relief Explains What The End of the IRS Shutdown Means For You

Raise hands to heaven, the IRS can finally start dealing with its problems again.The end of the IRS shutdown (for now), means that we can get moving on some things that have been holding us back, including getting wage levies removed, and all of the other pressing...

Would The IRS Seize Your Personal Property In Cleveland?

With summer's end around the corner, the real estate selling season in Cleveland has been in full swing. I know that I have heard rumors of a slowdown, but local realtors certainly still seem to have their hands full. But speaking of real estate, let me make something...

2018 Tax Reform Update And A Holiday Prayer from Rich

Unless something crazy happens this week, we have a new tax plan. If Congress-watchers are right, the House and Senate should vote to pass this new bill, and it will be signed by President Trump before Christmas. I'm writing this on Monday the 18th (a busy week is...

Should Cleveland College Students Invest In The Market Or Pay Off Student Loans Early?

As a general rule, most debt isn't helpful to you. In fact, I could probably state that more clearly: debt can be a massive load on your financial future.And, of course, that is especially true of student loans.Now, much can be written about the explosion of student...

Three More Questions To Consider in 2018 For Your Cleveland Small Business Plan

We are in that "calm before the storm" period before busy season begins in earnest for us, and it's a great time for us -- and for you, in my opinion -- to take stock. As we prepare for the increased activity and communication level that always comes this time of...

Don’t Wait Until April To Let First Tax Relief Provide IRS Tax Debt Relief

Here we are in the fall, and the pace of life has clearly accelerated for most families in Cleveland. Even if you don't have school-aged children, there's just something about this season that increases the intensity for everyone. Maybe it's just football season.And...

Three Tips On How To Succeed as an Entrepreneurial Business Owner in Cleveland

Now that TY2017 is behind us, it is time to turn our greedy eyes towards the savings possible for you and your Cleveland business in the "new" tax code under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. And there are many ways to save with these new regulations. One of the most...

The First Thing You Need To Do

Set it as your personal goal to increase (or start) your household money moving in these directions:

How You’re Missing Legal Tax Deductions

Here’s a certain truth: the State and Federal Government would love to have more of your hard-earned money in their accounts. Sure, even though it’s painful, none of us begrudge paying our legal and fair share of taxes.

But the problem is that regular taxpayers, like you, are missing out on legal and safe deductions, to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars in unclaimed refunds every year!