• Including Extensions

    In reading code (if you ever try to read it you will know why it is called CODE) and regulations (U.S. Treasury Dept interpretation of the Code–this is what we think it means) you will find the term INCLUDING EXTENSIONS. This means INCLUDING A TIMELY FILED EXTENSION. […]Read More… from Including Extensions

  • RECOVERY REBATE CREDIT & Social Sec Card Wording

    RECOVERY REBATE CREDIT ELIGIBILITY You are not eligible for the Recovery Rebate Credit claimed on a 2020 tax return if any of the following applies: You may be claimed as a dependent on another taxpayer’s 2020 return (for example, a child or student who may be claimed on a parent’s return or a dependent parent…

  • When is 28% bracket not 28%?

    This is real from a 2014 tax question Question I had a 401K that I cashed in back in November. I paid 20% taxes on it when I did that. I received my 1099-R and while doing my taxes I entered that in and am now being charged another 30% in taxes. I have double…

  • Earned Income Credit & Valid Social Security Number

    Earned Income Credit & Valid Social Security Number To qualify for the EITC (Earned Income Tax Credit), everyone you claim on your taxes must have a valid Social Security number (SSN). To be valid, the SSN must be: Valid for employment Issued before the due date of the tax return you plan to claim (including extensions*) For…

  • 2021 Tax Law Change – Business Meals

    Business Meals are now 100% deductible. […]Read More… from 2021 Tax Law Change – Business Meals