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Capital Gains and Schedule D

When you sell a capital asset — property owned and used for personal or investment purposes — the sale will result in either a capital gain or a capital loss. […]

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IRS Updates Form 941 To Reflect COVID-19 Tax Credits

The IRS has revised Form 941, Employer’s Quarterly Federal Tax Return, to accommodate COVID-19-related employment tax credits granted under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act and the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, […]

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The IRS Now Offers an Identity Protection Pin

The IRS can now give eligible taxpayers an “IP PIN,” a six-digit code to help prevent the misuse of Social Security numbers on fraudulent federal income tax returns. As the […]

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When to Expect Your Tax Refund and What Can Delay It

In a recent statement, the IRS noted that most taxpayers are issued refunds by the IRS in fewer than 21 days. However, a number of factors can delay the refund […]

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IRS Publishes Inflation Adjustments for 2020

As it typically does, the IRS has made inflation adjustments for various tax items for the coming year — 2020. More details can be found in Rev. Proc. 2019-44. Below are […]

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What Is the EITC – and Does It Affect You?

Although the tax reform passed late in 2017 seemed to change everything, it actually had little effect on the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). But the credit is still complicated, […]

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Child and Dependent Care Credit

You may be wondering whether the money you spent on a day care center, a babysitter, summer camp or other provider to care for your qualifying child under age 13 […]

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New Alternative Minimum Tax Rules

The alternative minimum tax, or AMT, has long been a thorn in the side of taxpayers who are comfortable but not quite rich. President Trump, who paid a whopping $31 […]

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The Consequences of Padding Tax Deductions

“In this world, nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes” is a quote often attributed to Benjamin Franklin. With that in mind, it’s best to be […]

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Don’t Roll the Dice on Taxes from Gambling Income

Did you just win some money at the casino? Before you start making plans to spend your newfound fortune, remember that the IRS gets a portion of your winnings. You’re […]

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What Does an IRS Audit Look Like?

The IRS will assure you that you’ve been randomly selected for closer examination. There are essentially two types of audits: correspondence audits and full audits. A correspondence audit entails receiving […]

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Bracket Changes and More From the IRS

You haven’t even filed your 2017 taxes yet, but the IRS has already announced changes that will affect your 2018 taxes, which you’ll be filing in 2019. The changes were […]

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