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Creese, Smith, Hune & Co. LLC: Helping You Navigate the State of Change

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In the midst of today's "new economy", we don't hear enough people talking about the old economy. We strive to do business the old fashioned way while still providing you with top-notch service. We believe in long-term relationships, developing staff, and honoring our commitments. We believe that we can best serve your needs if we know you and your business intimately. Ultimately, we believe that our success depends on you.

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The only constant in today's high-tech, high-priority world is change. Everyone and everything is evolving-including your business and personal accounting needs.

Creese, Smith, Hune & Co. LLC is committed to providing you with efficient, personal service; relevant, reliable information; and effective, innovative solutions that keep pace with your changing needs. We are here to help you manage financial priorities, make the most of new opportunities, and maximize your growth potential.

We are merging today's technological opportunities with our beliefs about how business should be done. This website is meant to provide you with additional information and an outlet of communication. Welcome to Creese, Smith, Hune & Co. LLC.

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COVID-19 Business Tax Relief Tool

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TAS Tax Tip: Use Tax Withholding Estimator and Take Action on Your Tax Withholding Now

The Taxpayer Advocate Service encourages you to use the Tax Withholding Estimator now. The Tax Withholding Estimator is a mobile-friendly online tool designed to make it easier to have the right a...

NTA BLOG: IT Modernization – The IRS’s Reliance on Antiquated Technology Poses a Continuing Risk to Tax Administration

Subscribe to the NTA’s Blog and receive updates on the latest blog posts from National Taxpayer Advocate Erin M. Collins. Additional blogs can be found at www.taxpayeradvocate.irs.gov/blog. ...

Blog de NTA: Modernización de los Sistemas de Tecnología (IT) por sus signas en inglés: la dependencia del IRS de sistemas de tecnología anticuados representa un riesgo continuo para la administración tributaria

Suscríbase al Blog de la NTA y reciba actualizaciones sobre las últimas publicaciones del blog de la Defensora Nacional del Contribuyente Erin M. Collins. Se pueden encontrar blogs a...

TAS Tax Tip: Two Key Economic Impact Payment Dates

IRS takes new steps to ensure eligible individuals who normally do not have a filing requirement and have qualifying children receive $500 for each child, and other non-filers get extra time to cl...

NTA BLOG: Lessons Learned From COVID-19: The Critical Need to Improve IRS Digital Services

Subscribe to the NTA’s Blog and receive updates on the latest blog posts from National Taxpayer Advocate Erin M. Collins. Additional blogs can be found at www.taxpayeradvocate.irs.gov/blog. ...

Blog de NTA: Lecciones aprendidas de COVID-19: la necesidad crítica de mejorar los servicios digitales del IRS

Suscríbase al Blog de la NTA y reciba actualizaciones sobre las últimas publicaciones del blog de la Defensora Nacional del Contribuyente Erin M. Collins. Se pueden encontrar blogs a...

You May Receive an Interest Payment From the IRS

This week the Treasury Department and the IRS announced they will send interest payments to about 13.9 million individual taxpayers who timely filed their 2019 federal income tax returns and are r...

TAS Tax Tip: IRS Notice Information – Due Dates Extended

Many IRS notices were delayed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Recently the IRS began mailing backlogged letters and notices to taxpayers in the agency’s steps to return to normal operation...

TAS Tax Tip: Options available under COVID-19 rules for retirement accounts and IRAs

This tax tip simplifies available options for certain taxpayers that may need to withdraw money from existing retirement plans or IRAs to get cash or who may want to opt-out of the normally requir...

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