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“Parms + Company offers a personal approach to accounting services and shows genuine interest in our business. The fact that we’ve been a client of Parms + Company for 30 years is proof of their quality service. With larger firms, you’re just another client. But not with Parms + Company. They give us exceptional service, and we are happy to continue this successful relationship with them..”
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“Parms + Company has completed our financial audit for the past two years. After speaking with a few companies who had experience with them, it was clear that Parms was highly recommended. They have done a great job.”
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“When I was the Executive Director of the Central Ohio Community Improvement Corporation, Parms + Company served as our auditor. When I began as Executive Director, the books had been poorly maintained. Parms + Company provided invaluable assistance in helping me resolve this matter. I would recommend them whole-heartedly to everyone.”
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Need More Time to File Taxes? It’s easy to get an extension with IRS Free File
WASHINGTON — As the tax deadline draws near, the Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers who need more time to file that getting an extension is quick and easy. An extension gives taxpayers an automatic six more months – until Oct. 16 this year – to file their tax return.
One of the easiest ways to get an extension is by using the IRS Free File program.
While an extension allows for extra time to gather, prepare and file paperwork, it’s important to remember that an extension of time to file taxes is not an extension of time to pay.
Time running out to claim $1.5 billion in refunds for tax year 2019, taxpayers face July 17 deadline
WASHINGTON ― The Internal Revenue Service announced today that nearly 1.5 million people across the nation have unclaimed refunds for tax year 2019 but face a July 17 deadline to submit their tax return.
The IRS estimates almost $1.5 billion in refunds remain unclaimed because people haven’t filed their 2019 tax returns yet. The average median refund is $893 for this year, and the IRS has done a special state-by-state calculation to show how many people are potentially eligible for these refunds.
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