Millions of Americans will avoid paying more for healthcare next year, thanks to the Inflation Reduction Act. Employers need to be aware of potentially higher penalties related to the family glitch, and individuals can take steps to project income and avoid paying back excess tax credits.
South Carolina’s new $13.8 billion budget for the 2022-23 fiscal year includes a significant rate reduction and tax rebate checks for residents.
Changes to ERC Deductions for North Carolina Employers and Expansion of NC Business Recovery Grant Program for Phase Two Applications
North Carolina’s legislature recently changed state tax laws governing employers’ ability to deduct the employee retention credit from state taxable wages and significantly expanded eligibility for a business grant program with an application deadline of June 1, 2022.
High Inflation with Inventory? Consider a LIFO Election for the 2022 or even the 2021 Tax Year if You Received an Extension
When inflation is high, certain companies could use it as an opportunity to save on taxes. Electing LIFO for the 2021 tax year might be a smart move, but time is running out. It’s also not too early to begin evaluating LIFO calculations for 2022.
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.
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.
In 2021 and 2022, a temporary change to the tax code allows companies to deduct 100 percent of most business meal and entertainment expenses. Guidance on per diem deductibility has also been clarified.
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.
On November 5, 2021, Congress passed a $550 billion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. This bill is separate from the Build Back Better Act, which includes the highly discussed and more significant tax proposal changes. Read on for a summary of tax changes passed by the infrastructure bill and proposed changes from the Build Back Better Act.