Taxes

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The Internal Revenue Service has started sending letters to taxpayers who received advance Child Tax Credit (CTC) payments or the third round of stimulus checks. If you received both or either of these payments, keep an eye on your mailbox and hold onto these IRS letters! They will help you file an accurate income tax
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New to small business taxes and all they entail? In this article, we’ll cover some of the most frequently asked small business tax questions, such as what you can and can’t deduct on your tax return, how to save for retirement, and more. Let’s dive right in! What small business expenses can I deduct? As
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Curious about the business tax deadlines that you should mark on your calendar this tax season? Here’s what small business owners need to know. Deadlines for filing small business tax returns There are different filing deadlines to be aware of depending on what type of business you have. Below are the key tax calendar dates
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Filing your taxes for the first time can be intimidating. There’s a good chance you’ve heard people complain about having to file their taxes in the past, so it’s normal to be feeling a little apprehensive. But don’t stress! Filing taxes for the first time isn’t nearly as complicated as you might think. Most first-time
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If you waited several months to receive your tax refund last year, you aren’t alone. In November of 2020, the IRS still had millions of tax returns left to process, meaning millions of taxpayers didn’t get their 2020 tax refunds until almost the end of 2021. We know your tax refund can be one of
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Changing tax laws can be confusing in the best of times. Add on the complications brought about by COVID-19? Suddenly everything is even more complicated. But there’s no need to sift through endless information online to figure out which tax updates will be relevant to you — we’ve gathered the top seven 2021 tax changes
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I have no idea how to fill out a W-2, or wait, is it a W-4? We get it. Form W-2 and Form W-4 are very similar – in fact, you can’t really have one without the other. Here’s the difference: Form W-2: This is your income statement from your employer. It shows the amount
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This year, you may want to give back during the holiday season. While you can always donate money to charities year-round, this holiday season you might try donating your stocks instead. By doing your research on donating your stocks to a charity, you can potentially reduce your bill come tax time. The benefits of donating
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