A few months back, I was giving a small training for small businesses in LAEDA's office in Camden, New Jersey. While going over my presentation, I try to make it interactive and allow participants to ask questions on the topic being discussed or similar ones (at the end, there is always a Q&A portion for
Since Connecticut enacted the first Pass Through Entity (PTE) tax in April 2018, more States have enacted or proposed this tax tool. It was around 14 in June 2021, around 30 in January 2023 and at the date of this article is 36 States and one localty (NYC) according to the AICPA listing (link below).
In the Tax Tip 2022-10, the IRS listed some of the rules and tips to deduct your home office. Note that to claim the home office deduction, taxpayers generally must exclusively and regularly use part of their home or a separate structure on their property as their primary place of business. In some cases, if
In the IRS Tax Tip 2021-136, the IRS reminds small business owners how to qualify for the home office deduction. Employees are not eligible to claim the home office deduction. The home office deduction, reported on Form 8829, is available to both homeowners and renters. There are certain expenses taxpayers can deduct. They include mortgage
Extended tax benefits for charity during 2021; deductions up to $600 cash donations by non-itemizers
In the IRS Issue Number: IR-2021-190, there are some updates for those taxpayers giving to charity in 2021. Some of these updates are below: Deduction for individuals who don’t itemize; cash donations up to $600 qualify Ordinarily, individuals who elect to take the standard deduction cannot claim a deduction for their charitable contributions. The law