John Striewe - President, Fiscal Tax

  John Striewe
   Founder & President

Every year there are changes to the Federal and State tax codes and other timely information coming from the IRS and State. Our team stays on top of these changes throughout the year so we can best serve our clients and we print Tax Tips to help you keep track of the changes.

You can download our 2016 Tax Tips brochure here.

Some of the changes, however, occur after our print deadline. We will keep you informed of the additional changes in our blog as they could have a significant impact on your 2016 refund. We will also include other topics that may affect you.

Up From $750 Last Year

We’re excited that we can offer you a TAX REFUND ADVANCE LOAN of up to $1,200 this year at 0% interest. Follow this link for the details.

Identity Theft and the IRS

In order to reduce tax fraud, the Internal Revenue Service is holding refunds until February 15, 2017 for tax returns with Earned Income Credit or Child Credit.

Affordable Care Act Penalty Increases

The most significant law that could have a negative impact on your 2016 refund is the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The penalty for not having medical insurance in 2016 can be $695 per adult and $347 per child — or 2.5% of AGI up to $2,085 per tax return. Learn more …..

We are also as convenient for you as possible with 20 convenient Fiscal Tax offices open to serve your tax preparation needs. To find a Fiscal Tax location nearest you, please visit Our Locations page.

Thank you for considering Fiscal Tax. We look forward to serving you in 2017!

If you have questions, feel free to call us or visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.

John Striewe

Founder and President, Fiscal Tax Company


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January 29, 2017
If you are planning on using a new software service to file your tax return, you will need to obtain your Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) transcript from the IRS which can mean a 5 to 10-day delay before you can file. Read the full story to learn more.
February 25, 2016
Marital status can impact refunds of student loan borrowers – dramatically. Find out what Stephen Dash, founder of Credible, a multi-lender marketplace for student loans, recently told Serena Elavia of Fox Business.
February 16, 2016
Has your information with the IRS been hacked? The Internal Revenue Service announced last week that it identified an automated attack upon its Electronic Filing PIN application on which occurred last month.