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Keeping your taxes as low as possible requires paying attention to your financial situation throughout the year. Here are some tips for getting a head start on tax planning for your 2022 return: Check your paycheck Now is a good time to check your tax withholdings to make sure you haven’t been paying too much
As social distancing turns convenience into a necessity, the number and types of activities moving to the internet are exploding. It’s important to remember that these virtual events often trigger real-world tax implications. Here are some things to keep in mind: Internet marketplaces Proceeds of sales of goods and services on internet marketplaces can be
Many start-up businesses move from hobby status to a business when they start to make a profit. The tax entity typically used is a sole proprietorship. Taxes on this business activity type flow through your personal tax return on a Schedule C. This business form has many benefits. Here are some to consider: You can
The individual tax deadline of April 18th (yes, this year it’s April 18th!) is fast approaching. Here are answers to five common questions that taxpayers typically ask in April. What happens if I don’t file on time? There’s no penalty for filing a tax return after the deadline if you are set to receive a