Shareholders of S-Corporations, as We Move Into December, There Are Two Things You Need to Do. Shareholders who own more than 2% of the shares in the S-corporation are required to report health insurance premiums paid on their behalf by the business on their W-2. This is a valuable deduction and must be reported correctly to take…
Tax Provisions in the House’s Budget Reconciliation Bill
On September 13th, the House Ways & Means Committee released a listing of proposed tax changes to be included as part of the Build Back Better Act, the budget reconciliation bill Democrats are hoping to pass in the coming weeks. The tax provisions target large corporations and high-income individuals to…
Deferred social security tax – Pay now or Pay Later? Who is liable?
In August, a Presidential Memorandum was issued allowing the deferral of the employee’s portion of Social Security tax withholding, which is 6.2% of wages. This is a deferral, not forgiveness…..
IRS Extends Tax Deadline for Nonprofits
Recently the IRS issued Notice 2020-23, giving not-for-profit organizations relief on tax returns and tax payments originally due between April 1, 2020 and July 15, 2020.
Notice 2020-23 provides relief for filers of Form 990, Form 990-EZ, Form 990-N, Form 990-T and Form 990-PF. The returns, along with any tax payments, are now automatically due July 15, 2020. Learn more.
The IRS Has Virtual Currency on Their Radar. (What Should You Do?)
Over the last year the IRS has turned up the dial when it comes to virtual currency. Why is that? People around the world have become more and more interested. Not reporting this income can cause trouble. This post provides the details you need to know.
Charitable Giving Strategies in light of Tax Reform
Charitable donations are still deductible in 2019, however fewer Individual taxpayers will itemize in 2019 due to the increase in the standard deduction. The standard deduction for married couples…