How Kansas City Retirees Can Stretch That Retirement Fund

How Kansas City Retirees Can Stretch That Retirement Fund

You might not feel this as much in your bones as we do here, but the tax deadline is getting very close. This year, for reasons that at this point in our season would take way too long to explain, the tax deadline is April 18th (not 15th).We’re...
KPN’s Perspective on Tax Filing Extensions

KPN’s Perspective on Tax Filing Extensions

Today’s issue we’re diving into tax filing extensions… and people do this for all kinds of reasons. Truthfully, extended deadlines and delays have been pretty commonplace in the tax world over the last few years. Sometimes life smacks you in the face and you need a...
NFT Tax Implications for Kansas City Investors

NFT Tax Implications for Kansas City Investors

While many things are dividing the world right now, it’s good to know people can still unite around shared interests… like college basketball. According to an American Gaming Association (AGA) survey, something like 45 million people planned to wager $3.1...
2021 Tax Credits Kansas City Taxpayers Can Bank On

2021 Tax Credits Kansas City Taxpayers Can Bank On

Believe me, I’ve seen some of the craziest tax claims in my office over the years, but claiming captured military equipment hasn’t been one of them. Recently the Ukrainian government assured its people they wouldn’t be held liable for taxation on any Russian...
Tax Identity Theft Protection Tips for Kansas City Taxpayers

Tax Identity Theft Protection Tips for Kansas City Taxpayers

Change is sneaky… and (often) sudden, catching the best of us off guard and forcing us to scramble for some steady ground. Just consider the war in Ukraine. We’ve all been surprised by how quickly things have escalated in the last two weeks and by the devastation...