The IRS recently announced a 4-cent increase in the optional mileage rate for the last half of 2022.
An upcoming change in interest rates being imposed by the IRS may have a direct impact on you in April 2022.
There are many professions that require taxpayers to travel extensively and spend significant amounts of time in paid lodging. These expenses are traditionally claimed as travel deductions. However, a case recently heard by the Tax Court – Soboyede, TC Summary Opinion 2021-3, 1/26/21 – has apparently established a new standard for what the IRS is […]
Are PPP Loan Expenses Tax-Deductable? The IRS is giving guidance on the Payroll Protection Program loan expenses and the deduction treatment in question. On April 30th, the IRS released guidance announcing that expenses relating to Paycheck Protection Program forgivable loans will not be tax-deductible. Cares Act and Payroll Protection Program Loan Expenses The Paycheck Protection […]
Tax deduction changes in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act affect almost every person who files itemized deductions on tax returns with the IRS in prior years. One favorable change is that tax reform is nearly twice the standard deduction for most taxpayers. This means that many individuals may prefer to take the standard deduction. This standard deduction makes tax filing more simple. However, some taxpayers will still itemize their total deductions when these deductions exceed the standard deduction amount for the taxpayers filing status.
Remember that New IRS Tax Form 1040 Postcard? Hmmm, I seem to remember a promise about a new IRS tax form. Do you? The logic was that on the new IRS Tax Form 1040 draft the person filing will be able to file your income tax return using a postcard. This article will give you […]