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utin EA - Total Tax Solutions LLC I am happy to participate in The Area News Group’s “Maintaining
The Tax Return - Your Annual Financial Checkup
Your Piece of the Pie” series once again this tax season. Over the next several weeks, I will be presenting a series of articles that will cover various aspects of the income tax return. The articles will dissect the income tax return, define certain terminology and discuss benefits available in the tax code to lower your taxable income. My purpose is to help make you aware of the multiple options you have to enact informed decisions regarding your upcoming expenditures to help plan your financial future in these challenging times. At Total Tax Solutions we view the preparation of the income tax return as a time for an annual financial checkup. The tax laws are complicated and confusing to many individuals. Each taxpayer’s situation is unique and might change from year to year. The income tax return itself is very complex since a minor change in one area of the return can affect several other areas of the return. Certain transactions that occur during the year can cost you much more than you anticipated. This is because of the affect an increase in total income can have on certain deductions and credits that have phase out limits.
Of course I recommend that you have your taxes professionally prepared so that you can: 1) ask questions pertaining to your return: 2) understand your options to lower your taxes for the next year and 3) have someone who you can call if a particular situation should arise during the year. With your previous year’s data in our computers we can give realistic advice instead of assumptions. Many of our clients take advantage of this service which is included in their one time preparation fee.
submitted by Rhonda Bleeker A small group of swimmers from the Rockingham Area Youth Swim (RAYS) team started off the New Year competing at the SSA New Year’s IMX Classic Meet at the University of New Hampshire on January 7 and 8. This was a very competitive meet with on the order of 30 participants in individual events for the 8 and under age group and increasing to up to 90 participants in events in the 15 and over age group. There was no scoring at this meet. Windham, Salem and Pelham RAYS placing among the top 16 in their events at this meet were as follows: 8 & Under Boys: Miller Swank (Windham), third in 25 Fly,
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RAYS Kick Off New Year at UNH
Girls Track Prepares for Qualifying Meets
seventh in 25 Back, ninth in 25 Breast and 25 Free. 9-10 Girls: Sasha McNeal (Salem), first in 100 Free and 50 Free, second in 100 Fly and 100 IM, third in 50 Fly. Hannah Pickett (Windham), eighth in 50 Back, 10th in 100 IM, 13th in 50 Free. 9-10 Boys: Bradley Valo (Windham), fifth in 50 Fly, 11th in 50
Back, 13th in 100 Free and 50 Breast, 14th in 50 Free. 11-12 Girls: Jillian Serrentino (Pelham), 11th in 100 Free, 12th
in 50 Free, 13th in 50 Fly, 14th in 50 Back, 16th in 100 IM. 15 & Over Girls: Julia Bushell (Windham), fifth in 100 Back, 11th in 100 Breast, 16th in 100 Free. Angela Bleeker (Windham), 13th in 100 Back, 14th in 400 IM, 1fifth in 200 Free. Sasha McNeal distinguished herself at this meet by improving
on two of her RAYS team records in the 50 and 100-yard freestyle swims with times 26.68 and 1:02.36 and by achieving a new 9-10 girls record time of 1:19.53 in the 50-yard butterfly. In addition, several swimmers that did not place among the top 16 did achieve personal bests at this meet, including: Reese Patchen (Pelham), 50 Free; Abbie Patchen (Pelham), 50 Free; Jessica Butters (Pelham), 50 Free; Emily Martsolf (Windham), 100 Free, 100 Breast, 50 Back and 50 Breast; Max Swank (Windham), 100 Free; Justine Aho (Pelham), 100 Breast; Tricia Caiati (Salem), 100 Fly and 200 Free. For additional RAYS meet results, team records and other information visit rays-nh.org
Boys Gymnastics Team Attends Winter Carnival
submitted by Kim Marchand& New England Gymnastics Training Center
NEGTC boys’ competitive gymnastics team attends this years Winter
Carnival in Brentwood. The competition took place on January 8 with 10 other gymnastic teams. The boys placed very well in many events including taking home two forth place and two third place team trophies for All Around scores. Our boys are led this year by coaches Jacob Pitts, Tony Cariello, Barry Rogers, and Richard Clark. The boys from Hudson scored as follows. Level 4: Ty Baker placed seventh
with an All Around score of 81.200. He received 13.8 on floor (sixth, tie), 10.3 (seventh) on pommel horse, 14.5 (ninth, tie) rings, 14.7 (third) vault, 13.9 (seventh) parallel bars, and 14.0 (fifth, tie) on high bar. Level 5: Jacob Perron placed sixth with an All Around score of 78.400. He received 12.6 on floor (fifth), 13.6 (fifth) pommel horse, 12.9 (eighth) rings, 13.7 (eighth, tie) vault, 13.4 (seventh, tie) parallel bar, and 12.2 (ninth) on high bar. Level 6: Cole Marchand placed second with an All Around score of 84.1. He received 15.4 (first) on floor, 13.6 (third) pommel horse, 13.0 (fourth, tie) rings, 14.5 (second) vault, 13.1 (sixth) parallel bars, and 14.5 (first) high bar. Level 7: Ian Christiansen placed third with an All Around score of 60.0. He received 11.2 on (first) pommel horse, 12.2 (fourth) rings, 13.8 (third, tie) vault, 11.3 (second) parallel bars, and 11.5 (third) high bar.
submitted by Tarek Rothe This week the Alvirne girls track team competed in a 10 team meet at the university of New Hampshire. The team had scoring performances from Livi Gosselin in the 55M hurdles finishing in fourth place with a season best 9.7, Kendall Brigham finished fifth in the 300m, 45.4; Lydia Lyman was third in the 1500m, 5:17.2; Erica Notini finished fourth in the 3000m, 11:31.4; Morgan Knight tied for fourth in the high jump with a jump of 4-feet 6-inches. The relay team of Livi Gosselin, Krissy Rowe, Meghan McCarthy and Kendall Brigham finished fourth with a 1:31.2. Next up for the team are the two qualifying meets in which athletes need to achieve a qualifying standard to be able to participate. The following girls qualified for these meets: Kendall Brigham in the 300M, Krissy Rowe in the 600m, Marie Morrier and Sarah Rossetti in the 1000m, Lydia Lyman in the 1500m, Erica Notini in the 3000m, Livi Gosselin in the 55m hurdles and Morgan Knight in the high jump. The 4x160 relay team also qualified. Good luck to the girls as they try to qualify for the State Championship meet in February 5.
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I realize that not all returns are so complicated as to require professional preparation. Self preparers however should consider having their taxes professionally prepared at least once every 3 to 4 years. Tax preparation software is not intelligent software. The software simply adds and subtracts data inputs based upon answering yes and no questions. The user cannot interact with the software by asking questions, and must spend time reviewing tax law, to answer the questions correctly. Having a return profession- ally prepared once every fourth year gives the self preparer the opportunity to verify their understanding of the tax laws, allows them to ask pertinent questions pertaining to their unique situations, and most important, gives them the peace of mind that they have fulfilled a financial checkup. Mistakes made on previous returns have a three year window for amendment. Many mistakes that we have found over the years would have cost taxpayers much more than a tax preparation fee. Over the past several years many of our first time clients had errors on their previous year’s returns. These clients benefited from amended returns with refunds of $250 to $3000 because of such errors. The errors found were not only from self prepared returns or from an interpretation of tax law but from inexperience. When having your tax returns professionally prepared, do not hesitate to ask for references and question the experience of your tax preparer. Next week – Taxes: They are a ‘Changing. Part 1 Have a tax question? E-mail email@example.com
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