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The IRS has increased the optional standard mileage rate by 4 cents per mile, its first mid-year mileage rate adjustment in 11 years.
If the value of your portfolio is down, you may want to turn the stock market downturn into a tax-saving opportunity. How? By converting a traditional IRA into a Roth IRA.
With housing and rental property in high demand in cities across the U.S., including Nashville, more and more homeowners are choosing to become landlords. But there are plenty of risks to go with the potential rewards.
There still may be tax-related issues on your mind after you file your 2021 return. Chief among them: which records can be discarded, how to check on your refund, and when to file amended tax returns.
Misunderstanding the complex rules of tracking employee hours can lead to errors, confusion, and wasted hours. Here are a few ways to hold the line for your next construction project.
Here are the things to know if you’ve considered converting your existing IRA to a Roth IRA.
How much can you contribute to a 401(k) plan for 2022? What’s the standard deduction? How much do you have to earn this year before you can stop paying Social Security on your salary? Here are answers to these and other tax-related questions for 2022.
Even if you usually don’t file until closer to the April deadline (or you file an extension), consider filing early. It can potentially protect you from tax identity theft.
If you received a Child Tax Credit or third-round Economic Impact Payment in 2021, watch your mailbox for a letter from the IRS – it will include key dollar amounts that you’ll need to complete your 2021 federal tax returns.
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