For many years, beneficiaries of inherited IRAs were permitted to withdraw the balances over their life expectancies. Then, the SECURE Act largely eliminated this tax deferral opportunity. Its effective date of December 31, 2019 could be called “The Day the Stretch IRA Died”.
Executive Order provides an outline for next steps related to guidance and regulation in the digital asset space.
It’s been more than 100 years since the first Form 1040 was introduced. Fast forward to 2022 and this tax season is on track to be the worst ever. So, why is the agency so far off its game and what are the potential solutions?
For the first year, some S-corporation shareholders will be required to include Form 7203 with their individual or trust tax returns. With shareholder basis continuing to be a major IRS audit focus, shareholders need to make sure they are consistently tracking their basis on Form 7203 with all the required annual adjustments.
Buckle up. Filing your 2021 taxes might be a bumpy ride. That’s why we’ve compiled information and tips to help you navigate the journey and maintain your sanity through it all this year.
National Taxpayer Advocate, Erin Collins, recommends the IRS pause automated collection notices. Congress may consider the recommendation.
The IRS is sending taxpayers new letters about the 2021 Economic Impact Payments and Advanced Child Tax Credit payments. The letters contain information necessary for calculating your tax refund correctly.
Senate Finance Committee Build Back Better language largely leaves House Bill unchanged. SALT language omitted as well as billionaires’ tax.
Health savings accounts provide a triple-tax benefit but are heavily underutilized. Learn how to maximize HSA savings and use them in retirement in this timely article for open enrollment season.
The long-awaited 2021-2023 biennial North Carolina budget was passed by the General Assembly and signed by Governor Roy Cooper on November 18, 2021. Media outlets have focused on high-profile provisions, such as raises for teachers and other state employees. Other provisions - including historic tax cuts - immediately impact all North Carolina taxpayers.