Friday, August 31, 2018
While you should try to file a tax return by April 17, sometimes delaying your filing date until Oct. 15 with a tax extension makes sense. When to file an extension Missing or incorrect information. If one of the forms you need to file your return has an error on it, it is often better […]
Whether it makes sense to amend your return depends on which of the situations you’re in. If you owe the IRS If you discover an omission on your tax return that results in you owing additional tax, you need to correct it with an amendment and provide the tax due. Don’t delay if this is […]
If not tracked and managed properly, capital gains tax can come as a large surprise at tax-filing time. In fact, many taxpayers don’t realize they have a capital gain until they get their 1099 form in January and see a capital gain distribution. Call us for what you need to know.
The U.S. Supreme Court issued a ruling in the South Dakota vs Wayfair case that opens the door for states to impose sales tax on sellers outside their borders. The case highlights a new standard of business presence called “economic nexus” that may have major implications for businesses and consumers alike.
There’s a new student loan repayment program that forgives some student loan debt if other payments are made. This new debt forgiveness is creating a tax surprise for the unsuspecting student. Call us for what you need to know.
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