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Tax return filing season usually gets a little crazy, but this year will be more turbulent than most. Due to new tax legislation and guidance from the IRS, you will have to cope with a wide variety of tax changes, some of which relate to the pandemic. Here are several tips for making some order
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, political unrest and severe weather events, the Tax Court has continued to churn out decisions affecting individual and business taxpayers. Here’s a brief sampling of several cases that may be of particular interest. Coming Up Aces (Coleman, TC Memo 146, 10/22/20) You can generally deduct gambling losses up to the amount
As 2021 winds down, here are some ideas to consider in order to help manage your small business and prepare for filing your upcoming tax return. Identify all vendors who require a 1099-MISC and a 1099-NEC. Obtain tax identification numbers (TIN) for each of these vendors. Determine if you qualify for the Paycheck Protection Program
Your 2022 Social Security benefits have changed. Here is an overview of the changes and some basic explanation of how Social Security benefits work. Average Retirement Benefits Starting January 2022 All workers in 2021: $1,565/mo All workers in 2022: $1,657/mo The 2022 maximum Social Security retirement benefits a worker retiring at full retirement age: $3,345/mo