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Income Tax Planning & Tax Return Preparation, CPA Leesburg VA & Herndon VA

Income Tax Planning & Return Preparation - Individuals, Self Employed, Single Member LLCs

Securities, Rental Real Estate, K-1s, Employee Stock Options (NSO & ISO), Out of State Returns


Dean Knepper, CPA, CFP®, founding principal of Lifetime Financial Planning, has been a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) for 27 years with tax planning and return preparation experience for individuals, businesses and retirement plans (including individual 401k plans for owner-only businesses). Dean also has extensive experience in tax and investment planning for employee stock options including nonqualified and incentive stock options.

In a readers poll conducted by Leesburg Today, Dean was recognized as one of the best financial advisors in Loudoun County Virginia, and has been quoted frequently in the national media on investing, retirement planning, taxes, home financing, 401k plans, IRAs, college 529 savings plans and college financial aid.

Lifetime Financial Planning specializes in tax planning and income tax return preparation for individuals (Form 1040), rental real estate (Schedule E), and single owner businesses - sole proprietors and single member LLCs (Schedule C).

Lifetime Financial Planning's offices are located in Herndon Virginia (Fairfax County) and Leesburg Virginia (Loudoun County). Both offices are conveniently located just 3 minutes from the Dulles Toll Road. Saturday appointments are available. Driving Directions

Call us today at (703) 779-0515 or inquire to find out how a CPA Leesburg VA or Herndon VA can help you!

 
Links to Income Tax Information
 
CPA Tax Advice

How the Tax Laws Can Help Lower Your Education Costs

Seven Ways To Take Control Of Your Tax Bill

Donating Property Can Provide Tax Relief

Understanding The Home Office Deduction Can Lower Your Tax Bill

What Working Retirees Need To Know About Taxes

Don't Overlook These Investment And Tax-Related Deductions

Are Your Estimated Taxes On Track?

Smart Ways To Spend Your Tax Refund

The Nanny Tax Applies To More Than Just Nannies

Kiddie Tax Changes And Other Child-Related Tax Questions

Employee Business Expenses

Don't Miss These Valuable Tax Deductions

CPAs Point Out Convenience Of Electronic Tax Payment Options

Tax Check - Is Your Filing Status Accurate?

Tips And Taxes - What You Need To Know

Standard Deduction Or Itemizing - Which Is Right For You?

Business Gift-Giving: What's Deductible and What's Not

How the Gift Tax Affects Large Gifts

Tax Increase Provention and Reconciliation Act: What You Need to Know

Year End Tax Tips for Small Business Owners

Save Fuel and Taxes with New Hybrid Vehicles

How to Benefit from Flexible Spending Accounts

Vacation Homes Come With Tax Benefits

Back to School Basics How to Qualify for the Hope and Lifetime Learning Credits

Understanding Estate Taxes and How They Can Affect You

Hiring a Household Helper? Better Brush Up on Employment Taxes

Tax Planning for Newlyweds

Homeownership: The Tax Implications of Trading Down

Key 2006 Tax Breaks Make Saving for Retirement Sweeter

FAQS About Tax Audits

Have you overpaid your taxes? Tweak your W-4

Deductible Investment Related Expenses

Tax Breaks Get Better With 2006 Inflation Adjustments

No Sweat Tax Filing Tips

Tax Breaks That Help When Disaster Strikes

Business Entertainment: What’s Deductible and What’s Not

Ask the Right Questions to Claim Business Travel Deductions

Understanding the Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit

Deductible Medical Expenses You Can’t Afford to Overlook

Tuition and Fees Deduction: Who Qualifies and How?

Get Educated on the Student Loan Interest Deduction

Why You Can’t Afford to Overlook Tax Credits

Child and Dependent Care Credit Eases Burden On Working Families

Uncle Sam Can Make Some Birthdays More or Less Taxing

Tax Benefits of Charitable Giving

Tax Breaks Available for Military Families

Job Hunting Costs: What You Can and Can’t Deduct

Beginner’s Guide To Self-Employment Taxes

Mid-Year Tax Savings Checklist for Small Business Owners

The Tax Implications of Selling Your Home

The Tax Advantages of Owning A Vacation Home

Test Your Federal Income Tax Knowledge

Independent Contractor or Employee? How to Tell the Difference

The Tax Challenges of Hiring Household Employees

Income Taxes: What You Should Do Differently in 2004

Military Relief Act Offers Significant Tax Breaks

Help for High Medical Costs

How to Make the Most of the IRS Web Site

Business Meals and Entertainment Expenses: What You Can and Can’t Deduct

Deducting Business Car Expenses

Tax Deductions for Those Who Don’t Itemize

Top Ten Tax Deductions Small Business Owners Can't Afford To Overlook

Avoiding an IRS Audit

Getting Educated on Education Tax Credits and the Tuition Deduction

The Tax Benefits of Donating Property

Understanding the Tax Implications of Fringe Benefits

The Tax Benefits of Hiring Your Children

Understanding How You Benefit from the 2003 Tax Act

Estimated Taxes and the New Tax Act

2003 Tax Act Encourages Small Business Growth

Tax Implications of Combining Business and Vacation Travel

Tax Tales to Keep You Out of Trouble with Uncle Sam

Are You Having Too Much Tax Withheld?

 
News From The IRS

In 2012, Many Tax Benefits Increase Due to Inflation Adjustments (10/20/11)

IRS Announces Pension Plan Limitations for 2012 (10/20/11)

IRS Speeds Lien Relief for Homeowners Trying to Refinance, Sell (12/16/08)

IRS Announces Pension Plan Limitations for 2009 (10/16/08)

2009 Inflation Adjustments Widen Tax Brackets and Expand Tax Benefits (10/16/08)

Certain Payments to Disabled Veterans Ruled Tax-Free - Some May Be Due Refunds (12/12/07)

Interest Rates Drop for the First Quarter of 2008 (11/28/07)

IRS Announces 2008 Standard Mileage Rates (11/27/07)

Poker Tournament Winnings Must be Reported to the IRS (10/19/07)

2008 IRS Inflation Adjustments (10/18/07)

Back-to-School Tax Breaks (09/11/07)

New Electronic PIN Signature Requirement Begins in 2008 (07/16/07)

IRS Encourages Taxpayers to Take Advantage of Overlooked Tax Benefits (03/29/07)

Taxpayers Have Until April 17 to File and Pay (01/24/07)

2007 Filing Season Kicks Off with New Features and Extended Tax Breaks (01/04/07)

Recent Tax Law Changes May Affect People Giving to Charity (12/14/06)

No Change In Interest Rates For The Firsr Quarter Of 2007 (12/12/06)

2007 Inflation Adjustments Widen Tax Brackets, Expand Tax Benefits (11/09/06)

IRS Announces 2007 Standard Mileage Rates (11/01/06)

IRS Announces Pension Plan Limitations for 2007 (10/18/06)

Active-Duty Reservists Get Relief on Retirement Plan Payments: Refunds of 10-Percent Tax Available Back to 2001 (09/28/06)

No Change In Interest Rates For The Fourth Quarter Of 2006 (09/11/06)

IRS Announces Standard Amounts for Telephone Tax Refunds (08/31/06)

New Law Expands IRA Options for Military Many Can Still Contribute for 2004 and 2005 (08/18/06)

Interest Rates Rise for the Third Quarter of 2006 (06/05/06)

Government to Stop Collecting Long-Distance Telephone Tax (05/25/06)

No Change in Interest Rates for the Second Quarter 2006 (03/09/06)

Treasury and IRS Provide Guidance for Energy Credits for Homeowners (02/21/06)

IRS Announces “Dirty Dozen” Tax Scams for 2006 (02/07/06)

IRS Reminds Taxpayers About Requirement of Written Acknowledgment for Donated Cars (12/22/05)

IRS Warns of Questionable Deductions for Donated Vehicles (12/20/05)

No Change in Interest Rates for the First Quarter 2006 (12/08/05)

IRS Issues Proposed Regulations to Safeguard Taxpayer Info (12/07/05)

IRS Announces 2006 Standard Mileage Rates (12/02/05)

 
Internal Revenue Service
Main Page (IRS.ustreas.gov)

IRS Tax Topics (IRS.ustreas.gov)

IRS - Frequently Asked Tax Questions And Answers (IRS.ustreas.gov)
 
State Income Tax
Virginia Department of Taxation (Tax.Virginia.gov)

Comptroller of Maryland (MarylandTaxes.com)

Washington DC Office of Tax and Revenue (Washingtondc.gov)

West Virginia State Tax Department (State.wv.us)
 
Driving Directions to Our Offices

Driving directions from cities in Northern Virginia to meet with a CPA Herndon VA or Leesburg VA.

Ashburn VA Cascades VA Fairfax Station VA Herndon VA Oak Hill VA Springfield VA
Alexandria VA Centreville VA Falls Church VA Leesburg VA Oakton VA Sterling VA
Annandale VA Chantilly VA Gainesville VA Manassas VA Purcellville VA Vienna VA
Arlington VA Clifton VA Great Falls VA McLean VA Reston VA Warrenton VA
Burke VA Fairfax VA Haymarket VA Middleburg VA South Riding VA Winchester VA
 

Driving directions from cities in Maryland (MD) and Washington DC to meet with a CPA Leesburg Virginia or Herndon Virginia.

Bethesda MD   Frederick MD   Potomac MD Washington DC
 
 

Lifetime Financial Planning, Inc.

Dean Knepper, CPA, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional

13800 Coppermine Road, 3rd Floor, Herndon, Virginia, 20171

208 South King Street, Suite 201, Leesburg, Virginia, 20175

Phone: (703) 779-0515 - Fax: (703) 779-7815 - E-mail: info@lifetimefp.net
 

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