Many taxpayers are aware that it is possible to exclude gains earned on selling a home from their income tax return. However, a common question is how often and how many times a taxpayer can exclude such gains from their taxes? This article addresses these questions. The tax law that grants taxpayers the right to exclude gains on selling their...Read more...
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Fri, March 31 2017 Tue, March 28 2017
Both of IRS Forms 944 and 941 are used by employers to report employment taxes to the IRS. These taxes include social security tax, medicare tax, additional medicare tax and federal income tax withheld from employee paychecks when payroll is run. Form 944 is an annual report of employment taxes, while the Form 941 is a quarterly report of payroll...Read more...
Sun, February 12 2017
When completing a Form 1040, there is often confusion related to Form 1040, Line 10. When are state and local income tax refunds taxable? When are they not taxable? Prior-Year State and Local Taxes Deduction and Taxable Income Whether or not refunds of state or local taxes are taxable depends on the answers to the following questions: Whether or not...Read more...
Mon, February 06 2017
Under U.S. tax law, taxation of partnerships is governed by Subchapter K of the Internal Revenue Code, and this particular field of tax is widely understood as the most sophisticated area of taxation regimes in the United States. Much of the sophisticated (and potentially counter-intuitive) methods found in Subchapter K stem from two competing approaches to how we view the...Read more...
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