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::Internal Revenue Services::

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Use Your Federal Tax Refund to Buy Savings Bonds Series I bonds are low-risk bonds that grow in value for up to 30 years.

While you own them they earn interest and protect you from inflation.

Here are six things you should know about using your federal refund to purchase savings bonds.

1. You may use a portion of your refund to purchase up to $5,000 in

U.S. Series I Savings Bonds for yourself or anyone.

2. The total amount of saving bonds purchased must be in multiples of

$50. Any portion of your refund not used to buy savings bonds will be deposited into another financial account - such as a checking or savings account or can be mailed to you as a paper check.

3. Paper bonds will be issued in your name or   the name you designate as primary owner, co-owner or beneficiary. If you are married and filed a joint return, the bonds will be issued in yours and your spouse's name. You can also designate a bene-ficiary or co-owner under this name registration option.

4. You will receive the U.S. savings bonds in the mail.

5. Buying bonds with your refund is easy. Just notify your tax preparer

or select this option by filing Form 8888, Allocation of Refund (Including Savings Bond Purchases).

6. Form 8888 has step-by-step instructions on how to select this option and how to specify the amount of your refund you want to use to purchase savings bonds.

For more information about the U.S. Savings Bonds refund option visit the IRS website at http://www.irs.gov.

             

                    About Us

Accounting and Tax Advisory Services, Inc. is the brainchild of Marcine Johnson, President.  The company has evolved over time since 1980, when Marcine provided accounting and tax services to clients on a part time basis.  In 1996, she decided to take these clients and add to it and evolve into a full scale operation.  Since 1996, she has grown her business from 10 tax clients to over 150 and from 2 accounting clients to over 50.  The business operates as state of the art with accounting file back-ups, remote accounting, daily support, and the most up to date tax preparation software including e-filing for all returns that are currently accepted by the IRS.   

 

We are “hands on” financial professionals with a broad background in consulting, in public CPA practice, and in private industry as controllers and chief financial officers.  This wealth of experience gives us a clear perspective into the overall financial management needs of your company, and we believe Accounting and Tax Advisory Services, Inc. can be a valuable resource for you. 

 

 

 

 

 

Accounting and Tax Advisory Services, Inc. would count it a privilege to go to work on your behalf –

 

the chief goal of our business is to help your business succeed!

 

 

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::News & Updates::

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WASHINGTON — Following last week’s tax law changes, the Internal Revenue Service announced today the upcoming tax season will start on time for most people, but taxpayers affected by three recently reinstated deductions need to wait until mid- to late February to file their individual tax returns. In addition, taxpayers who itemize deductions on Form 1040 Schedule A will need to wait until mid- to late February to file as well.

The start of the 2011 filing season will begin in January for the majority of taxpayers. However, last week’s changes in the law mean that the IRS will need to reprogram its processing systems for three provisions that were extended in the Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization and Job Creation Act of 2010 that became law on Dec. 17.

People claiming any of these three items — involving the state and local sales tax deduction, higher education tuition and fees deduction and educator expenses deduction as well as those taxpayers who itemize deductions on Form 1040 Schedule A — will need to wait to file their tax returns until tax processing systems are ready, which the IRS estimates will be in mid- to late February.

 

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2012 Mileage Rates

Business

55.5

Charitable

14

Medical and moving

23

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