A Guide To Form 990 For Tax-Exempt Organizations

What is Form 990? Although many nonprofit organizations are exempt from paying federal taxes, the IRS requires tax-exempt organizations to file Form 990 for informational purposes. The IRS uses this informational return to determine whether you're still exempt from...

5 Critical Tax Tips For Nonprofits in 2019

No one enjoys filing taxes, but it can be especially problematic for nonprofits. Many nonprofits focus on their cause so much that they neglect proper organization. As a result, they deal with disorganized records and systems, and a lack of clarity around tax issues....


For a business owner, taxes can be overwhelming and cumbersome. Tax deductions allow you to save thousands of dollars each year on your taxes and make tax filing a much more bearable experience. In this post, we'll list some of the tax deductions you can use to...

The Smart Business Owner’s List Of Tax Credits

One of the best ways to cut costs as a business owner is to take advantage of all the tax deductions and tax credits for which you're eligible. As a business owner, you're concerned with the bottom line--increasing your net profits. That probably means you spend most...

PRESS RELEASE: Cassidy Jakovickas, CPA of Fresno, CA Appointed to Intuit’s Accountant Council

Select Panel Advises on Products and Services that Accountants and Their Clients Want Most             FRESNO, CALIFORNIA – June 4, 2019 –Today, Intuit, Inc (Nasdaq: INTU) announced that Cassidy...

Beyond The Numbers: What We’ve Been Reading

Although our team loves using numbers and spreadsheets to help our clients make the best financial decisions, we also enjoy reading great books. Staying well read on both fiction and non-fiction books helps us hone our imagination and introduces us to new, sometimes...

Looking Back At April

It’s hard to believe that we’re at the end of April, but it’s true! This month, we helped our clients wrap up another great (and busy) tax season. There was, as always, a lot of paperwork, emails, and nail-biting involved in the days preceding April 15, but that’s all...

5 Last-Minute Tips For Filing Taxes in 2019

Well, April 15 is almost here, and the tax-related panic is thick. If you haven’t filed your 2018 tax paperwork and are rushing to get your taxes in by the deadline, we’ve decided to give you some last-minute tax advice that will hopefully help ease your stress....

An Introduction To Cybersecurity for Business Owners

Keeping your sensitive business and customer data secure has never been more critical. Whether you are a small business or a national corporation, you can't relax your defenses against those criminals seeking to take advantage of lazy cybersecurity policies. Virtually...

March News Roundup

Wow! It seems like we just started March and we’re already moving into April! As we move into the final stretch of tax season, we’re recapping this month’s news for you, just in case you missed it amid the tax-related hubbub. MBS Accountancy: November Review This...

Filing Late? Here’s 5 Helpful Tips

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Well, it’s September already, which means that we are nearing the final months of 2018. Although many taxpayers have filed their taxes by now, others are still waiting on paperwork or bookkeeping processes to be processed. If you haven’t filed your 2017 taxes yet, take a look at the tax tools below. Remember, MBS Accountancy is here to help you make your business a success!

If You:

Want To File Your Taxes, use the IRS Free File

Available until October 15, taxpayers (with and without an extension) with an annual income below $66,000 can file their taxes online on the IRS website.

Have Filed An Extension, Remember the October Deadline

If you have filed an extension, remember that the deadline is October 15th. If you need to make a payment to the IRS, check out the IRS Direct Pay feature.

Didn’t File An Extension, File and Pay As Soon As Possible

If you didn’t request a filing extension by April 17th, you should file your taxes and make any payments as soon as possible. Use IRS Direct Pay to make your payments if you are able to pay it all at once. If you would like to set up a payment plan, visit the IRS website and begin setting one up so you can immediately take action.

Have Filed and Want To Check on Your Refund Status

If you have already filed your taxes and dealt with any necessary amendments, you can use the Where’s My Refund feature on the IRS website to check on its status. You can also use the IRS2Go mobile app, the official IRS app, to check your refund status, make payments, find free tax help, and generate security codes for securing your access to online IRS services.

Need Help, Give Us A Call! We Are Here To Help You Succeed!

At MBS Accountancy, we are dedicated to helping you and your business successfully navigate the world of taxes and accounting. Our tax experts are here to provide you with top-notch advice to help you with your situation. Contact us today and schedule a consultation with one of our financial experts!



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