The pandemic has caused some people to turn to “gig” work to make up for lost income. Here are the tax consequences of taking on these jobs.
Some employers offer educational assistance plans as a recruitment and retention tool. Here are the rules to help ensure the fringe benefit is tax free to employees.
The IRS imposes penalties for failing to pay taxes due and failing to file required tax returns. With the May 17 filing deadline coming up, it’s a good time to review the amount of the penalties.
Unemployed Last Year? Buying Health Insurance This Year? You May Benefit From Favorable New Changes.
Many tax changes have been enacted recently to help mitigate the financial damage caused by COVID-19. They may affect you if you collected unemployment last year or if you buy health insurance through a “Marketplace.”
When you sell your home, you’ll pay tax (or avoid it) based on the “basis” of the property. Here’s how to determine yours.
If you qualify to file as a “head of household,” you may pay less tax than if you file your tax return as a “single” individual.
The nice weather and the general downturn in COVID-19 cases has spurred some business owners to think about buying a car this spring. Here’s an option that may save on taxes.
Child care is expensive. The newly enhanced child and dependent care credit may help for 2021.
Are you eligible to receive direct payments under the new law that passed on March 11?
Are you required to make estimated tax payments because you don’t pay enough tax in withholding? Here are the rules.