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On January 31st, 2024, the House of Representatives passed bill H.R.7024 Tax Relief for American Families and Workers Act of 2024 which aims to provide tax relief and support for American families and workers. The bill now heads to the Senate for consideration. This legislation encompasses a wide ...

In a rapidly changing financial landscape, Americans are flocking to fixed-income investments, attracted by the promise of higher returns. However, the excitement of increased earnings is often overshadowed by unexpected tax bills. Investors have poured a large chunk of their savings into ...

Taxpayers can authorize a third-party representative to work with the IRS on their behalf. Sometimes this person is an unpaid family member or friend, and sometimes this is a tax professional hired by the taxpayer. Different types of representatives need different authorizations before they can ...

The Internal Revenue Service reminded individuals and businesses in most of California and parts of Alabama and Georgia that their 2022 federal income tax returns and tax payments are due on Monday, Oct. 16, 2023. The normal due date of April 18 was postponed for many residents of these states in ...

The main question we hear from small business owners is how they can find more ways to reduce their taxable income. A solo 401(k) offers itself as an attractive option when compared to other retirement accounts available. What makes these plans so appealing is their ability to encourage saving for ...

The line between having a hobby and running a business can often be confusing, but knowing the difference is critical because hobbies and businesses are treated differently when it’s time to file your taxes. The biggest difference between the two is that hobbies are for pleasure or recreation while ...

The classification of workers in the United States as either 1099 (independent contractors) or W-2 (employees) has significant implications for both parties involved. Understanding these differences is vital for contractors and employers to ensure tax and labor law compliance. This article will ...

Nonfungible Tokens (NFTs) have gained immense popularity in recent years as unique digital assets that can be used to certify ownership and authenticity of associated rights or assets. However, the tax treatment of NFTs remains uncertain, which has raised concerns for taxpayers, tax professionals, ...

The case of United States v. Colliot (2018) involves Dominique G. Colliot, a U.S. taxpayer who failed to file the required FBARs for his foreign bank accounts. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) assessed penalties against Colliot for both non-willful and willful FBAR violations. Colliot contested ...

The Discount Window lending is at levels not seen since the Great Recession, with banks borrowing billions of dollars in order to shore up their balance sheets and maintain sufficient liquidity.