Once your 2019 tax return has been filed, there still may be some issues to consider. We’re often asked about refund status, record retention and amended tax returns. Here are some answers.
Millions of people have already received their Economic Impact Payments, which are being sent by the government to help mitigate the effects of COVID-19. In some cases, the payments should be returned.
A meticulous approach to keeping business records can protect your tax deductions and help make an audit much less painful.
If you have medical expenses and you pay Medicare premiums, you know it can be expensive to get the coverage you want. But if you qualify, you can deduct the cost of premiums, along with other medical expenses, on your tax return. Here are the rules.
If you’re married and you don’t work outside the home, you still may be able to contribute to an IRA. Here are the rules for spousal IRAs.
There are many advantages to Health Savings Accounts (HSAs). Here are a few of them, along with the HSA inflation-adjusted amounts for the 2021 calendar year.
Have you received an Economic Impact Payment only to find out it’s less than what you were expecting? Here are some of the reasons why.
Infographic: CARES Act tax breaks to help retail businesses.
Do you want to save for retirement on a tax-advantaged basis? It’s not too late to make 2019 IRA contributions (if you’re eligible) just because it’s 2020. And this year, the IRS extended the deadline three months due to COVID-19. Here are the rules and who can make contributions.