Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about the available tax deductions for Hurricane Ida.
Tax Filing and Planning
Hobby income is income, too. And just like any other income, the IRS wants its cut.
Part of the American Rescue Plan Act is an advanced payment of the Child Tax Credit. Here’s how it will impact your 2021 taxes.
If you have a gig as a personal shopper or delivery driver, you need to know about taxes. Here’s a step-by-step guide.
If you’re self-employed, you’re all on your own when it comes to taxes. That includes both paying taxes and how to figure out what to pay. Here’s everything you need to know.
An amended return is redoing your taxes. You may need to amend your return if you realize you’ve made an error or if the IRS audits your tax return but their changes aren’t 100% correct either.
The problem: You want to start saving for retirement but need to build up an emergency fund. The solution: Use a Roth IRA as an emergency fund instead of a regular bank account.
Do you need a tax preparer, CPA, or enrolled agent, or can you do it on your own? Check out these guides to help you figure it out.
Did you just move states? You may need to file two state tax returns. Here’s what you need to know.