High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jan 9 1972, Page 21

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 9, 1972, High Point, North Carolina There s by Betty Yarmon new York was who can help me with my income tax As we move into 1972, and All about us we hear about tax saving tips to put into effect before the end of the year this question takes on added importance. A c o r d i n g to latest estimates for the first time in history More than half of americans total number of taxpayers a an estimated 47,000,000 of them a will have their returns completed by someone other than themselves during 1972. Here Are the sources of tax help available to you a the government the internal Revenue a service which Many taxpayers look upon As the bogey Man actually is prepared to help you. While it wont actually fill out your return for you it is prepared to compute your tax so Long As your income is under $10,000. You will find close to 1,000 irs offices spread across the country. In addition the service puts out More than too different pamphlets full of helpful data on How to prepare your return. If you have any questions you can either phone or come in to any of its offices and get answers. All this is for free. Tax assistance services these Are springing up All Over the country. You will find diem within Banks consumer loan companies department stores and discount stores and separately in store front offices. The Best place to look for such a service in the event you Don t find one readily in your everyday meanderings through the Community would be to look in the yellow pages of your Telephone directory under a tax return you la pay anything from $6 up. Depending on How complicated our return is. The average fee estimated in 1970 at $12. Is expected to Rise to about $13 in 1972. Accountants and tax lawyers for those with highly Complex returns the personalized and individual service of accountants and lawyers is of course recommended. Tule the fees charged will seem High actually they Are Small when compared with the savings that can be effected. This does not mean evading taxes which is against the Law but simply arranging your affairs in Advance so that excess taxes Are avoided. Why do so Many people look these Days for professional tax help Here Are some of the reasons Given by tax experts a higher incomes which bring on More complicated Nancy Diehl engaged Virginia Beach a. Or. And . John t. Diehl of 5261 n. Lake re. Announce the engagement of their daughter Nancy Ann to Richard Fink Ley Moldin of Greenville. The bridegroom elect is the son of or. And . R. P. Moldin of 2338 English rd., High Point. A March 3 wedding Date has been planned for the ceremony in Greenville. Miss Diehl is a Junior music major at East Carolina University in Greenville. Or. Moldin received his b s. And . Degrees in chemistry Isom East Carolina University. He is employed by Bur roughs wellcome pharmaceutical All around for filing income tax returns financial problems. Fewer than 20 per cent of All taxpayers itemized them deductions in 1950, whereas the figure was 41.3 per cent by 1965. Between 1958 and 1967, the number of taxpayers with taxable incomes under $5,000 dropped 13 per cent while those in the $10,000 to $15,000 bracket Rose 318 per cent a the increasing number of state and cities that require income tax returns a Many of them issuing forms even More challenging than those of the Federal government. A a More transient population. Which complicates tax reporting. A a growing work Force with language and Reading problems. A a More affluent society pampered. A the dread of an audit by the internal Revenue service. A the Rise in use of the computer. The greatest increase has been in the tax assistance services and that increase has been made possible largely by the computer which has changed the complexion of tax preparation. For the computer can be programmed to come up with the lowest tax decision in All matters of selection a such As whether to itemize medical expenses or take a Standard deduction. Thus returns can be knocked out at a rapid rate a swiftly efficiently. And really impersonally. In the relatively few cases where a return might be too Complex for the computer a those involving complicated real estate transactions for example a experts at tax assistance services generally advise customers to seek out the guidance of accountants or tax lawyers. The internal r e v n u e service has one Basic warning for taxpayers using tax assistance services a firms that will not sign the forms Are not considered Good risks for the taxpayer in search of help. On the other hand most firms that do sign their forms will even pay penalties that result from mathematical or theoretical errors they make but they Are not liable for false information submitted to then. Grand officers to visit High Point chapter 106, order of the Eastern Star will meet in regular session tuesday evening at 8 o clock in the masonic Temple. On wednesday evening . Chloe l. Phillips worthy grand Matron and Joseph h. Forbes worthy grand Patron will make their official visit to the chapter. A banquet will be held at 6 30 p in. In the dining room of the Temple honouring grand officers. The meeting will begin at 8 p. In. Tile Stokesdale chapter 202, Walnut Cove 157 and Madison 1% will be hostess groups for us meeting. Or we a Bess a we mawr ii or 77 my ii up <.-tv. The fashion stores Sale very famous intimate Wear slips is a fit to 1/3 off / / cult a amp 6 regularly 6.00 to 13.00 full slips in White and some colors. Sizes 32-36 Short 32-40 average. Briefs 490 . I regularly 1.00 White tailored briefs in sizes 4-7. Sizes 8-9, regularly 1.25 pr., now 6 . For 6.30, Robes 13 99 regularly 22.00 wrap up Long Robe in opaque Nylon. Tender yellow with Multi color banding so a. 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