Ong & Company Blog

Letter From The IRS?

Richard Ong / October 28, 2016 /

Tax Representation

Have you received an IRS notice? If you want help responding, you may need to grant authorization so the IRS can discuss the matter with a representative of your choice. That's because your tax ...

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IRA Required Minimum Distribution Options

Richard Ong / October 24, 2016 /

Retirement Savings

Are you over age 70½? Do you own a traditional IRA? You may need to take a required minimum distribution from your account before year-end. If you don't need the income yet, you may be wishing you ...

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Changes to the Requirements for Claiming Education Tax Credits and Deductions

Nick Ong / October 17, 2016 /

Education Tax Benefits

Do you have the receipt for your fall semester tuition? Keeping track of your tuition and other qualified education costs may be more important than ever. Several laws enacted over the past few ...

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Are your payroll records in order for year-end?

Nick Ong / October 15, 2016 /


October is here! It is time to wave goodbye to summer and turn your attention to pumpkins, pies, and payroll reports. Here are three tasks to complete as the fourth and final quarter of 2016 begins....

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New Partnership Rules

Nick Ong / October 03, 2016 /

Partnership Rules

No one likes to hear "audit" and "IRS" in the same sentence. When the rules change, you need to be prepared — and change is definitely what has happened to IRS partnership audit rules. Here's an ...

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