One year ago Saturday, Wendy Boka’s identity theft saga with the IRS finally ended when she received her long-awaited refund check from the IRS, took it to the bank and it went through without issue. My ongoing blog posts (19 parts) about Wendy’s story, and the IRS’s ham-fisted way of handing her case, has been […]
I took part in an interview yesterday with WHO-TV where one of my clients was also interviewed. My client is in a same-gender marriage, and the topic was how this is the first year same-gender couples can file federal taxes as married. Here’s a link to the WHO website where you can read their article […]
Please indulge me for a moment as I take a break from posting tax news and commentary to engage in shameless self-promotion. I’ve created a Facebook page for this blog and my practice. You can find it here: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Dinesen-Tax-Accounting-PC/503643446372172 Please give the page a visit and a “like.” —– End of shameless self-promotion. Now back to […]
Jason T. Dinesen, LPA, EA has formed a public accounting firm in central Iowa.
I’ll be giving a presentation called “Wine and Taxes” on Tuesday, January 15, at 5:30 pm at the offices of One Iowa in Des Moines. The topic of the presentation is the tax issues of same-sex marriage: the complexities of navigating the differing laws that apply at the federal and state level, and what will […]
Say hello to Dinesen Tax, Inc., my new business entity!
I’ll be presenting about health care reform on August 20th in Indianola.
I’ll be presenting about the tax impact of health care reform on August 20th in Indianola.
I am honored to say that my website has been added to Alltop (http://taxes.alltop.com/). This is humbling for me, especially considering that just three years ago my practice consisted of 3 clients and a hideous, self-designed, free Google website. I’ve come a long way since then! For more information about what Alltop is, click here.
Now that tax season is over, a few things will be changing on this website. For those who care, here’s a summary: No More “Ask Jason” Segments “Ask Jason” had a nice run, but I am retiring it, effective with the April 13th edition. There are better websites out there for Q & A from […]