EJK will be joining the Washington Bus at the biggest, bestest, and sexiest mayoral candidate forum in Seattle. This event will give us the power to determine which mayoral candidates move on to the next round, by asking tough questions on issues of economic justice, LGBTQ rights, criminal justice reform and immigration reform. And you get to decide who sticks around!
Join us and the Bus on Tuesday, July 11 at Neumos in Capitol Hill for an epic night on the path to determining our city’s next mayor! Doors open at 7pm and forum starts at 8pm.
In an effort to provide better access to popular workshops, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has posted virtual versions of workshops on their website. The most recent installment focuses on tax compliance for exempt organizations including small to medium-sized 501(c)3 organizations.
Lessons include topics such as how to apply for 501(c)3 status, 990 overview course, and hiring employees. They are designed to help both new and pre-existing organizations. The IRS also offers certificates of attendance to encourage comprehensive education around a variety of topics.
Rebuilding Together Seattle Website (RTS) will host their third annual breakfast fundraiser on Wednesday, May 4th, 2016. You’ll hear from RTS’ CEO, and Seattle Seahwaks Emcee, Tony Ventrella. Proceeds will support RTS’ efforts to provide safe and healthy housing to every person by providing free home repairs to low-income homeowners and nonprofit facilities. Join us and learn more about RTS’ efforts to revitalize your community, and how you can get involved.
EJK is excited to spotlight one of our newest clients, Legacy Homes, located in Kirkland, Washington. Legacy Homes is dedicated to creating the best possible home for each home buyer and neighborhood. Legacy Homes aims to balance the uniqueness of each homeowner’s vision with the overall character of their neighborhood. They practice environmental sensitivity, stay ahead of the design curve, and strive to provide the highest quality customer service.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has issued a warning against scammers who claim to be calling from the IRS. Scam artists try to extract information from tax payers under the guise of verifying tax return information or receiving payment over the phone. The IRS does not contact tax payers over the phone to request information or immediate payment without having sent prior requests in writing.
The following tactics are likely scams:
• Demand for immediate payment over the phone.
• Identity verification via personal and/or financial information
• Demand for tax payment without having the opportunity to question or appeal the amount claimed to be owed.
• Requirement to use prepaid debit card for payment.
• Request for credit or debit card numbers over the phone.
• Threats regarding police or other law enforcement involvement for non-payment.
If you are contacted regarding any of these items, hang up immediately and do not provide any information. You can report such activity via the TIGTA website. To get more information and alerts about tax related scams, visit the IRS website.
If you have any questions about a notice you received, contact the IRS directly, or call us for additional guidance.