April 18 isn’t only the income tax return deadline. It’s also the gift tax return deadline for people who made large gifts last year. Find out if you’re required to file a 2021 gift tax return this April. (Note: you may want to file one anyway).
In general, married couples who file jointly save more money on taxes than those who file separate returns. However, there are situations when filing separately is a better option.
If you’re deducting a charitable contribution on your tax return of $250 or more, you need a written acknowledgment from the charity. What if you haven’t yet received a letter for a charitable donation you made in 2021? Here are the rules.
Help speed processing and avoid hassles this tax season with these tips.
Want to get your tax return sooner and protect yourself from tax identity theft? File your tax return early.
How much can you contribute to a 401(k) plan for 2022? How much is the standard deduction? How much do you have to earn this year before you can stop paying Social Security on your salary? Here are some answers to these and other tax-related questions for 2022.
With real estate prices up in some markets, the “like-kind” exchange strategy may be attractive if you want to sell commercial or investment real estate.
College is expensive and you may have taken student loans to pay for it. Can you deduct the interest you pay on these loans? Here are the rules.
Providing a company car to executives at your business is a prized perk. Here are the basic tax rules involved in this fringe benefit.
If you’re going to receive a personal injury or discrimination settlement or award, you want the best tax result possible. Here are the basic rules of when amounts are tax free or taxable.