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With tax season now officially underway, here are several tax documents that may be easy to miss in your mailbox or inbox: Child tax credit letter From July through December 2021, the IRS paid out 50% of projected child tax credit payments to qualified households. The IRS is sending out a recap of these advance
Consider these suggestions for helping to make the 2021 tax season smooth sailing this year for your small business: 1. Make your estimated tax payments Tuesday, Jan, 18 is the due date to make your fourth-quarter payment for the 2021 tax year. Now is also the time to create an initial estimate for first-quarter 2022
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