Tax Return Review – Income Sources, Withholding, and Estimated payments

Income Sources, Withholding, and Estimated payments.

In this review, Steven discusses the importance of examining income sources and withholding on your client’s tax return. Often, an adjustment to withholding on wages or reviewing earnings on investment accounts to make accurate estimated payments can prevent your client from “tipping the IRS” through underpayment penalties.

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