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

We encourage you to review our services and the resources we have available on our website. If you have any questions or would like more information about Creese, Smith, Hune & Co. LLC, please contact us. We look forward to helping you navigate the state of change.

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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TAS Tax Tip: Newly expanded ‘Closing a Business’ information provides step-by-step actions

Closing your business can be a difficult and challenging task. The Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS) partnered with IRS to expand its Closing a Business page to help business owners understand the sp...

TAS Tax Tip Unemployment Compensation is Taxable - Explore Your Options Now

Unemployment compensation, including special unemployment compensation authorized under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, must generally be included in gross income. ...

Tax Tip Filing a Petition with the United States Tax Court

Taxpayers have the right to appeal an IRS decision in an independent forum. One way taxpayers may exercise this right is by filing a petition with the United States Tax Court.  How do I get t...

Taxpayers Can Now Electronically Submit 2019 Forms 1040-X in Certain Cases

Starting now, for tax year 2019 only, Form 1040-X, Amended U.S. Individual Income Tax Return can be filed electronically, though commercial tax-filing software. Please be aware that these cannot cu...

Time to claim the Economic Impact Payment for non-filers is extended to November 21

Non-filers now have until November 21 to register for their Economic Impact Payment (EIP). Eligible individuals, with little or no income and who are not normally required to file tax returns, now ...

TAS Tax Tip: Why Do I Owe a Penalty and What Can I Do About It?

I sent a payment to the IRS. Why did I get a bill? If you mailed a payment to the IRS on or before July 15, it may still be unopened in the backlog of mail the IRS is processing due to COVID-19. T...

TAS Tax Tip: Important Reminders for October 15 - Extension Filers

Most individual taxpayers who filed an extension for their 2019 federal income tax return have until Thursday, October 15 to file. Although October 15 is the last day for most people to file, some...

Blog de la NTA: El TAS extiende una mano para la Semana Nacional de la Pequeña Empresa

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: COVID-19 Business Tax Relief Tool for Businesses and Tax-Exempt Entities

Need relief for employment taxes? Here’s a simple way to find out what your options might be under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) and/or the Families Fir...

NTA Blog: TAS Extends a Hand for National Small Business Week

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. ...

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