The IRS announced last week the annual cost of living adjustments for various tax-related provisions for 2018. Keep in mind, these new numbers are for tax year 2018 (beginning January 1, 2018 thru December 31, 2018), which the return will be filed in 2019. Additionally, these are the
The qualifying mileage deductions permitted by the IRS does not include your commute from home to your permanent work location. However, if you travel to and from off-site meetings, business events, or even lunch or dinner with a current or prospective client, you can take the mileage
Whether or not your dependent is required to file a tax return depends on a few factors. When deciding if your dependent is required to file their amount of income, type of income, and dependency status should all be taken into consideration. Types of income and taxes: Earned income o
Did you realize that some companies actually utilize two sets of books? Companies often have a set of books for income taxes and one to comply with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). There are numerous differences that exist between accounting for income taxes and GAAP.
Being a parent can be stressful, both on you and your wallet. Managing parenthood and work can be quite a challenge. While the various expenses may be troublesome to balance, you can thank the IRS for the Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit, and plan to make the most out of it. Here a