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IRS Expands Identity Protection PIN Program

Identity Theft has become a national concern over the past decade. To combat the problem of those who e-file fictious tax returns and collect fradulent refunds, the IRS created  the Identity Protection Personal Identifcation Number, (IP PIN). Initially, the only way to obtain an IP PIN was by being a victim of ID theft. The Taxpayer First Act, requires the IRS to allow ant taxpayer to opt in and receive the six digit IP PIN. To request an opt-in IP PIN, a taxpayer must first regis
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IRS Refund Received in Error

What would you do if you received a refund from IRS in error? If you are not entitled to the refund you may take the following steps:  
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Above The Line Charitable Deduction Expanded

Partial Above-the-Line Charitable Contribution Deduction A charitable contribution not in excess of $600 for joint filers made in taxable years beginning in 2021 is allowed to taxpayers who do not itemize. The contribution must be made in cash to a qualified charitable organization or a new or existing donor advised fund. 
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