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It's that time to start thinking about completion of your 2019 taxes. For those of you who have tax organizers mailed or emailed to you, those went out this past week.

We are accepting tax appointments now for February and March. However, you can drop off or mail in your paperwork too. If you are going to do a drop off or mail in, we would greatly appreciate it if you could have it into us by April 1st.

4801 Northwestern Drive
Zionsville, IN 46077
Phone: 317-217-1660
Fax: 317-217-1653
Jan 15, 2020
Frequently Overlooked Tax Deductions
After the sweeping new federal tax law took effect in January 2018, about 90% of taxpayers took a standard deduction for that tax year rather than itemize, up from about 70% the year before. But if you are planning to take …
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How Early Can You File Your Tax Return in 2020?
The sooner you file your tax return, the sooner you'll receive any refund due. So start gathering your receipts now, because the …
Take charge of your credit
By now, you've encountered the world of credit, whether it was renting your first apartment or figuring out how to pay for a kitchen …
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Filing your 2019 tax return early has its advantages
Be an early-bird tax return filer this year. It may protect you from tax identity theft. Here’s why.
Timpe CPAs, LLC
No tax appointment necessary
Did you know that you do not need to take time out of your day for a tax appointment? Simply drop off your tax paperwork to our office or mail it in to us. We will call you when your taxes are completed and are ready to be filed.
Timpe CPAs, LLC
How to Get Items Removed From Your Credit Report
Your credit report is a signal of financial stability. But it's fairly common even for the most diligent with their money to get slightly …
The High Cost of Having a Baby in America
For women in many developed countries, having the baby—not paying for it—is the hard part. Giving birth in Finland, for example, will …
The Atlantic
Retirement And The Laws To Help Older Workers
"Ageism in the Workplace" is the cover feature of the February 2020 AARP Bulletin. Tales are told of older workers mistreated or axed …
How Much Can You Contribute to a 401(k) for 2020?
One of the best and most tax-friendly ways to build a nest egg for retirement is by contributing to an employer-sponsored …
Underfunded IRS struggles to send refunds, answer calls
Burdened with years of budget cuts and a recent increase in workload to implement a new tax law, the IRS struggled to deliver on its …
ABC News
Form 1040-SR: Seniors Get a New Simplified Tax Form for 2019
If you are 65 or older (or you turned 65 any time in 2019), you will have the option to use a new simple tax form for seniors, known as …
Moving Forward Financially After the Loss of a Loved One
The loss of a partner or family member is a life-changing event laden with intense emotions. Whether the death is sudden or precipitated …
When Should My Husband And I Start Our Social Security Benefits?
Today's column addresses questions about when and how a married couple can file, survivor's benefits and the earnings test, divorced …
"How can you call me unemotional? You've seen me cry over interest rates!"
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Who suggested the design for the first penny?
See the answer below.
What Is a Roth IRA?
A Roth IRA is a type of investment account used for retirement. IRA is short for "individual retirement account …
Investor Junkie
What Year Was It?
Boston Thieves Pull Off Historic Robbery
What Year
11 men steal more than $2 million from the Brinks Armored Car depot in Boston, Massachusetts. It was the perfect crime - almost - as the culprits weren't caught until January 1956, just days before the statute of limitations for the theft expired.
The day was Jan 17. What year was it?
Quote of the Week
"Frugality includes all the other virtues."
Trivia Answer
Who suggested the design for the first penny?
Answer: Benjamin Franklin
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