Adler & Associates Sc

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Adler & Associates Sc
Adler & Associates Sc is listed in the Tax Return Preparation & Filing category in Madison, Wisconsin. Displayed below are the social networks for Adler & Associates Sc which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Linkedin company page, a Yelp review page and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Adler & Associates Sc on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 90.

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1110 Fourier Dr
Madison, WI 53717
(608) 664-1944
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Greetings The last day of the 2016 tax season is upon us. According to the IRS there are still over 40 million people that haven't filed individual returns. If you know your return isn't going to get filed on time, don't hesitate, file an extension immediately. This will save possible penalties and interest costs later on. You don't want to pay any institution more than you already have to, unless you are that much of a giving person? In that case give away!!

Hello Everyone!!! I know we are about to wrap up the 2016 tax season but an article released today reminds people about the 2013 tax season. There are approximately 1 million individuals that did not file their 2013 tax returns resulting in more than $1 billion in refunds uncollected. If people still want a refund the have until April 18th, 2017. Spread the word!!! I have provided a link to the IRS website that will explain this situation with a little more detail: https://www.irs.gov/uac/newsroom/irs-reminder-to-taxpayers-who-havent-filed-2013-returns-time-is-running-out-agency-has-1-billion-in-refunds
WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service reminded taxpayers today that unclaimed federal income tax refunds totaling more than $1 billion may be waiting for an estimated 1 million taxpayers who did not file a 2013 federal income tax return. But time is running out. To claim this money, taxpayers mu...


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Good Morning, I am posting today to get some opinions on the new American Health Care Act (AHCA). Here is an update provided by Thomson Reuters/Tax & Accounting: Following nearly 18 hours of debate, the American Health Care Act (AHCA) was approved by the Ways and Means Committee on Thursday, March 9th, by a 23-16 party line vote. The legislation would repeal the individual mandate and most Obamacare taxes, introduce a new system of age-based tax credits, and overhaul Medicaid. The Ways and Means Committee, which was looking at the tax-related provisions of the bill, made no changes despite dozens of attempts by Democrats to introduce amendments. As reported by Reuters, Republicans, who control the House and the Senate, are eyeing mid-April for passage of the bill. However, Democratic lawmakers, hospitals, and insurers have concerns about its unknown costs and impact on coverage. Notably, the bill was considered by the Committee without analysis from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO), although Committee Chairman Kevin Brady (R-TX) has indicated that CBO's scoring would be available next week in advance of a House vote. Additionally, Republican lawmakers face resistance from within their own ranks by those who say the bill, which would create a system of tax credits to encourage people to buy private insurance on the open market, is not conservative enough, and some of them pejoratively refer to it as “Obamacare-lite.” The House Energy and Commerce Committee also began marking up its portion of the bill on March 8th. The Committee resumed considering on March 9th and, after 24 hours of debate, approved the measure by a 31-23 margin. Both parts of the legislation will now go to the House Budget Committee, which is expected to assemble the final bill which will then be voted on by the full chamber. Please, let us know your opinion....