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How to tell if your tax pro is right for you

If you are one of the 55 percent of individuals who file tax returns via a paid professional, this might be a good time to decide whether that person is meeting your needs and earning his or her fee.

Simple solutions for tax complexities

Every year, somebody in Washington mentions that it might be a good idea to simplify the federal tax laws, and every year — oops! — this great idea falls through the cracks. And 2015 seemed like such a good opportunity.

Instead, we regret to inform you, the tax code that you will apply to your 2015 tax return (if you haven’t already) is probably more complex than ever before, with changes in relation to foreign earned income, child tax credits, credits for qualified tuition, and even the rules surrounding those pesky Form 1099s.

Simple ways to determine if your tax pro is right for you

If you are one of the 55 percent of individuals who file their tax returns via a paid professional, this might be a good time to decide whether that person is meeting your needs and earning his or her fee.

Colorado income tax changes: The State giveth, taketh away

Residents may be surprised – pleasantly or otherwise – at some new items and requirements on the 2015 Colorado income tax returns.  Specifically, Colorado taxpayers are likely to receive a relatively modest TABOR refund for the first time in 10 years. That’s the good news, from an individual perspective. The bad news is, Colorado now requires residents to pay a retroactive tax on Internet purchases.

The Fiscal Cliffhanger Part I (and a few tax considerations...)

Fran and John Coet of Westminster, Colorado based Coet2 CPA's discuss the potential impact of the "Fiscal Cliff" and what effect it might have on your business and taxes.

The Fiscal Cliffhanger Part II (and a few tax considerations...)

Fran and John Coet of Westminster, Colo.-based Coet2 P.C. CPAs conclude this video session that provides an in-depth analysis of the end-of-year fiscal problems that spilled over into 2013 and continued to plague Congress.

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