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The Joys Of Providing Professional Tax Services To Louisville

Well, our primary work for this tax season in Louisville has just about wrapped up. But notice I said "primary", there ... you see, unlike some professional tax services in Louisville, we make it a point to do a bit more than simply "fill out forms" on your behalf....

Kevin Roberts’ Tax Extension Breakdown

It's the final full week of tax season, and our office in Louisville is hopping! But yes, I'm still taking the the time to step away for a moment and write to you, my friend. Lots of business to communicate today, with the deadline of Tuesday, April 17th, right around...

Kevin Roberts’ 6 Negotiation Tips To Get What You Want

Well, the brackets are set -- and the nation's collective basketball madness has begun. Billions fly around every year for this tournament (probably much of it not reported on Form W-2G!), and it's become a huge part of this season, as you no doubt know. But there is...

Roberts CPA Group’s 2017 Tax Preparation Checklist

Lots of things have been changing recently -- from Academy Award ratings (they're down), to mortgage rates (which have been rising), to the effective tax rates for most businesses and families in 2018 (which, you may have heard, have changed!). But we here at Roberts...

2018 Tax Refunds Have You Confused? Kevin Roberts Provides Clarity

We are cranking along with tax return preparation here at Roberts CPA Group, and there are some interesting things that you should know about from Tax Land (that wild, scintillating world that it is). Look -- it is our J-O-B to handle this junk so you don't have to,...

Five Common Retirement Strategy Mistakes We’ve Seen in Louisville

The IRS just began receiving tax returns this week, and we are cranking and grooving along, finding all kinds of savings on behalf of our Louisville clients ... as well as chomping at the bit to help them on THIS year's taxes. Truly, the more I take a look at this tax...

Are DIY Taxes Truly Free For Louisville TaxPayers?

If you watched any football over the weekend, you probably saw this year's version of the popular tax software maker* touting "free taxes" or some such. Not only was the commercial fairly disturbing (it involves impalement of a person played as a joke), but the...