Mile High Tax Secure File Transfer Portal
This portal is for the convenience of our clients to upload and/or download private, encrypted files to or from Mile High Tax. You now do not need to come in to the office to drop off your tax documents or to pick up a copy of your tax return. You can use the Mile High Tax Secure file transfer portal to transmit your sensitive documents to us.
This is a secure file exchange web portal, letting you exchange confidential documents securely and conveniently.
If you are not already registered for our portal, call our office and we will set you up. Set up is quick and easy, and instructions will be sent to you in an email.
Say Goodbye to the College Tuition Deduction
Congress decided not to extend this $4,000 deduction for 2017, leaving many parents worried that college will now be more expensive.
Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) are a great way to pay for medical expenses, and since unused funds roll over from year to year, the account can also provide a source of retirement funds in addition to other plans like 401(k)s or IRAs.
Yes, that’s correct, there are some forms of income you receive that may be tax-free. Here is a list of eight common sources of tax-free income:
Many people make donations to charities whose work they support, but if you are planning to take a tax deduction for your gift, you must have the proper paperwork.
You may not have asked yourself that question in so many words, but you may have wondered what sets CPAs apart from other financial professionals. The answer in short: A lot.
Mile High Tax Newsletter for June 2017
Our May 2017 Tax Newsletter
April 18 was this year’s deadline for most people to file their federal tax return and pay any tax they owe. If taxpayers are due a refund, there is no penalty if they file a late tax return.
Our April 2017 Tax Newsletter
Most taxpayers claim the standard deduction when they file their federal tax return. However, some filers may be able to lower their tax bill by itemizing. Find out which way saves the most money by figuring taxes both ways.