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Wisconsin Child Tax Rebate
To obtain you must register between May 15 and July 2 at the following
Each child claimed must be under 18 on 12/31/2017 and claimed as a dependent on your 2017 tax return.
It is a $100 rebate on sales and use tax paid between August 1-5. See site for additional details.
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and visitors. Together with the latest innovations we endeavor to continue to provide the highest quality of professional
service and guidance for our clients, both online and in person, at an affortable cost.
As you browse you will see that we have kept it simple yet possible to address the most complicated
issues. In addition, we have provided for your use many links to external web sites that we felt would be
of interest to our clients and visitors.
Use the "Internet Links" on the navigation bar
for access to important sites.
Phone scams, e-mail scams, mail scams, etc. scams:
They are everywhere. If you receive one do not reply and contact our office or simply hang up. The
IRS does not threaten to send the police to collect taxes. If you owe the IRS you will receive notification via the
mail (yes, even mailed notices can be fake), usually several times, and eventually certified mail. Never
under any circumstance give any information over the phone. In short, disregard all phone calls and forward written
notices to our office.
Usually if you receive your Marketplace form 1095-A after filing your taxes and do not receive an IRS notice you probably
are due a refund. If you receive a Marketplace notice and owe to the IRS, you will receive an IRS notice. Either
way, mail or bring in your Marketplace form 1095-A to our office. Please Note: IRS data must match Marketplace data.
If not, returns are delayed.
Planning (Basic): You should have 6 months of expenses in cash savings in case of an unforeseen
event. Only about 28% of US citizens have this set aside. Early distributions from an IRA. etc., can result in
additional taxes of 35% to 65%.