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Registration starts today 8/1/22 for the course, which can be completed by prospective students at https://www.hrblock.com/class/ (or) https://www.hrblock.com/BeAPro). Those interested in speaking with someone about the course can call 855-847-1040 for more information. Course is comprised of 61 hours of training. Cost of the course is $149. Class Delivery formats will be Virtual Classes, In-Person […]

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At this time of year we all do some Spring cleaning. While this yearly chore is a necessity it often times brings to ones attention possible damages to the home. If microbial growth is found or dust, dirt and debris is noticed in the HVAC system it may be time to address these issues and […]

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Once taxpayers file their federal tax returns, they’re eager for details about their refund. When it comes to refunds, there are several common myths that can mislead taxpayers. Myth: Calling the IRS, tax software provider, or a tax professional will provide a more accurate refund date Many people think talking to the IRS, tax software […]

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Recently, the Currituck County Board of Commissioners voted to adopt changes to the beach parking permit process that will take effect on April 30. Below are details of these changes. Please be sure to share this with your guests. If you have any specific questions, please email us tameron.kugler@currituckcountync.gov. Visitors Renting in the 4WD Area: […]

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When it comes to backyards, Outer Banks backyards are popular gathering places. We love to entertain in the fresh coastal salt air. With spring just around the corner we’re already thinking about backyard barbecues and lawn games here at the beach. Here are some useful ideas to spruce up your patio, deck or yard for […]

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21
Mar

Welcome to Trustworthy Restoration. We strive to provide the very best in customer service during your times of need. We not only do water and fire mitigation, Mold remediation and odor control but we offer HVAC duct line cleaning and dryer vent cleanings as well to help reduce fire chances and keep your machine working […]

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Feb

H&R Block News

February 25, 2022

Tax season has started with the information that there are over 6,000,000 paper tax returns from 2020 that have not been checked. The best way to ensure that your return passes IRS checks is to E-File return with Direct Deposit. Those that receive EITC, CTC, ACTC, will have a further delay for IRS to check to see […]

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Two key elements of the IRS mission are to treat taxpayers with dignity and respect, and to provide them a positive customer experience. The Taxpayer Bill of Rights outlines the ten specific rights all taxpayers have any time they interact with the IRS. These rights cover a wide range of topics and issues and lay out what […]

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31
Jan

Have you ever walked into a room that felt immediately calming? Or maybe you entered a building that felt particularly irritating or chaotic, but you weren’t sure why or what was causing this feeling. Chances are that color played a role. Color Psychology is the study of how colors affect humans both mentally and emotionally […]

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There are steps people, including those who received stimulus payments or advance child tax credit payments, can take now to make sure their tax filing experience goes smoothly in 2022. They can start by visiting the Get Ready page on IRS.GOV. Here are some other things they should do to prepare to file their tax return. Gather and organize […]

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24
Nov

H&R Block News

November 24, 2021

Emerald Advance will start in the Elizabeth City Office on November 15th.  You will need your most recent pay stub and a picture ID to apply.  If a married couple would both like to apply for Emerald Advance, then both would need to apply with valid picture ID and their most recent pay stub. For […]

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26
Oct

The Future Workplace

October 26, 2021

There has been much speculation on what the future of the workplace will look like post Covid. While it seems the press continuously covers negative opinions on the demise of the workplace and the decline in corporate real estate, The Wall Street Journal has analyzed a study that finds a different result; ‘Offices remain nonetheless essential’. […]

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The classroom can and should be a place to learn, grow, and inspire both students and their educators. Although this year may be different, a quality learning environment is still our top priority, and with the right design creating a fun and engaging learning zone is possible. What is a learning zone? A learning zone […]

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30
Aug

Fishing and Business

August 30, 2021

So you are too busy to go fishing or perhaps your interest lies in other recreation areas. However running your business is a daily fishing trip that you often do not realize you have set upon as a journey. Every time I prepare for a fishing excursion the journey begins by “Acting As If….”, I […]

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Aug

News from H&R Block

August 24, 2021

IRS reminds heavy vehicle owners of Aug. 31 highway use tax return deadline IRS YouTube Video: Truckers: Mark Your Calendars To File Form 2290 WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service reminds those who have registered, or are required to register, large trucks and buses that it’s time to file Tax Year 2021 Form 2290, Heavy Highway […]

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May

Many of us have been working from home for over a year now and while it may have been both exciting and convenient at first, you may be getting a little stir crazy which can often lead to decreased productivity. Workplace is here to provide some tips to help you mix things up and boost […]

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The Re-entry Process is not changing; just a transition of permit type from paper to electronic A one stop shop is provided for overview, application & FAQ at www.currituckreentry.com The Business Owner OR Manager must fill out the application Permits expire, annually, on April 30th to encourage permits be secured prior to each hurricane season […]

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The vast array of difficulties of operating a business during a crisis such as COVID-19 cannot be considered overly dramatic by any standard. The lessons learned will ultimately teach future entrepreneurs volumes for generations to come. But what to use to clean our offices and keep them safe? Hospitals have been at the forefront of […]

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As everyone knows the filing deadline for 2020 tax returns and any balance due is the 17th of May. This is also true for North Carolina and Virginia. For those taxpayers and business quarterly estimated payments have not been extended and must be paid on time every quarter with out incurring a quarterly penalty calculated when […]

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