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If You Didn’t Contribute to an IRA Last Year, There’s Still time
Saving now for retirement is one of the smartest moves you can make to help ensure financial security. If you’re eligible, you still have time to contribute to an IRA or SEP and save on your 2023 tax return.
What’s the Best Accounting Method Route for Business Tax Purposes?
Many businesses have a choice of using cash or accrual accounting for tax purposes. If you’re one of them, which route should you take? Here are the rules.
Get Ready for the 2023 Gift Tax Return Deadline
April 15 isn’t only the income tax return deadline, it’s also the gift tax return deadline for people who made large gifts last year. Find out if you’re required to file a 2023 gift tax return. (Note: You may want to file one anyway).
Questionable ERC Claims
The IRS is urging businesses to revisit eligibility and resolve issues before March 22, 2024.
Did You Bet Money on the Super Bowl?
The American Gaming Association estimated that a record $23.1 billion would be wagered on Super Bowl 58.
Due to a Delay in Releasing the Form 1099-K, Reporting Generally Isn't Required Until a Certain Threshold Has Been Met for 2023.
The IRS recently issued a fact sheet containing updated and revised FAQs that provide general information for taxpayers and more clarity about which organizations should send Forms 1099-K.
Filing Jointly or Separately as a Married Couple: What’s the Difference?
Is it better for a married couple to file a joint tax return or file separately? It depends. Here’s a look at the issue.
Update on IRS Efforts to Combat Questionable Employee Retention Tax Credit Claims
Aggressive marketing encouraging businesses to claim the pandemic-related Employee Retention Tax Credit led to many taxpayers erroneously receiving refunds. The IRS has a program that allows them to come forward and repay part of the money before collection efforts begin.
If You Gave to Charity in 2023, Check to See That You Have Substantiation
Did you make a charitable gift last year and are hoping for a tax break when you file your return? Here are the donation rules to secure a deduction.
Are You Properly Accounting for Your “Digital Asset-Related” Income?
The IRS is reminding taxpayers that they must answer a digital asset question and report all digital asset-related income when they file their 2023 income tax returns.
2024 Tax Calendar
To help you make sure you don’t miss any important 2024 deadlines, we’ve provided this summary of when various tax-related forms, payments and other actions are due.
There’s a New Threshold for Electronically Filing Information Returns
Does your business file 10 or more information returns with the IRS? If so, you must now file them electronically. This is a significant rule change that went into effect on January 1, 2024, for 2023 tax year information returns.

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