2022 Tax Filing Opens Monday!

By |2022-01-12T16:21:44-05:00January 20th, 2022|Individual Income Tax|

Issue Number:    IR-2022-08 Inside This Issue 2022 tax filing season begins Jan. 24; IRS outlines refund timing and what to expect in advance of April 18 tax deadline WASHINGTON − The Internal Revenue Service announced that the nation's tax season will start on Monday, Jan. 24, 2022, when the tax agency [...]

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Final 2021 Quarterly Tax Payments due January 18th

By |2022-01-12T15:50:10-05:00January 12th, 2022|Individual Income Tax, Tax Payments|

Issue Number:    IR-2022-03 Inside This Issue IRS reminder to many: Make final 2021 quarterly tax payment by Jan. 18; avoid surprise tax bill, possible penalty   WASHINGTON − The IRS urges taxpayers to check into their options to avoid being subject to estimated tax penalties, which apply when someone underpays their [...]

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2021 Tax Laws Related to COVID-19

By |2022-01-09T10:56:07-05:00November 15th, 2021|Coronavirus, Individual Income Tax|

The following information reviews the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (CAA) and the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARP Act), passed to assist in dealing with the economic impacts of COVID-19. Source of Articles: NATPtax.com   INDIVIDUAL TAXPAYERS: Economic Impact Payments The ARP Act provided a third economic impact payment [...]

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IRS announces two new online tools to help families manage Child Tax Credit payments

By |2021-06-24T10:06:24-04:00June 24th, 2021|Individual Income Tax, Parents and Children|

Source: IRS.gov Child Tax Credit Eligibility Assistant helps families determine whether they qualify for Child Tax Credit payments Update Portal helps families monitor and manage Child Tax Credit payments  WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service today launched two new online tools designed to help families manage and monitor the advance [...]

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The first step of good tax planning is good recordkeeping

By |2021-06-22T11:19:27-04:00June 22nd, 2021|Corporate Income Tax, Individual Income Tax|

Source: IRS.gov Year-round tax planning is for everyone. An important part of that is recordkeeping. Gathering tax documents throughout the year and having an organized recordkeeping system can make it easier when it comes to filing a tax return or understanding a letter from the IRS. Good records help: Identify [...]

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Tax Filing Opens February 12th 2021

By |2021-01-27T16:50:47-05:00January 27th, 2021|Charitable Contributions, Coronavirus, Earned Income Tax Credit, Employees & Independent Contractors, Individual Income Tax|

The IRS announced they will begin accepting electronically filed tax returns on February 12th 2021. Here are some important reminders before you file. Source: IRS.gov Issue Number:    IR-2021-23 Important reminders before filing 2020 tax returns WASHINGTON — Following an unpredictable year with many changes and challenges, the Internal Revenue Service today [...]

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Key Tax Law Changes for Tax Year 2020

By |2021-01-17T09:53:36-05:00January 1st, 2021|Coronavirus, Corporate Income Tax, Employees & Independent Contractors, Employers, Individual Income Tax, News Articles, Retirement|

COVID-Related Tax Relief Acts On December 23, 2020, Congress passed the $900 Billion COVID-Related Tax Relief Act of 2020 (“COVIDTRA” or “the Act”) as part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021, on December 21, 2020. COVIDTRA extends and modifies several provisions first enacted in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security [...]

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Tax Advice for Locums Tenens

By |2021-02-07T13:47:14-05:00October 7th, 2020|401(k) & 403(b), Business Start-Ups and Closures, Corporate Income Tax, Employees & Independent Contractors, Employers, Individual Income Tax, Payroll, Retirement, Traditional IRA|

As a locum tenens provider, you’re considered an independent contractor and you need to be prepared to pay your own taxes. Your hiring firm may not be required to withhold any federal or state taxes from your compensation. Additionally, you’ll most likely need to remit estimated taxes each quarter to [...]

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Are you using the correct terminology when discussing IRA’s?

By |2020-10-01T09:18:47-04:00October 1st, 2020|Individual Income Tax, Retirement, Traditional IRA|

Source: IRS.gov - Issue Number: Tax Tip 2020-129 Terms to help taxpayers better understand Individual Retirement Arrangements Many taxpayers may have heard of Individual Retirement Arrangements, or IRAs, but some don’t know how IRAs help them save for retirement. People can set up an IRA with a bank or other [...]

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A tax checklist for newly married couples

By |2020-09-14T16:29:10-04:00September 16th, 2020|Individual Income Tax|

IRS.gov - Issue Number: Tax Tip 2020-118 Marriage changes a lot of things and taxes are on that list. Newlyweds should know how saying “I do” can affect their tax situation. Here’s a checklist of items for newly married couples to review: Name and address changes - Name. When a [...]

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