The IRS released on Dec 29th, 2022 a FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) for clean vehicles credits for new, previously owned and commercial clean vehicles. This guide addresses the most common questions from taxpayers regarding if their vehicle qualifies for the credit, the amount of the credit, etc. Note that the tax software companies are working
In the IR-2022-45, the IRS reminds taxpayers of their reporting and potential tax obligations from working in the gig economy, making virtual currency transactions, earning foreign-source income or holding certain foreign assets. Gig economy earnings are taxable Generally, income earned from the gig economy is taxable and must be reported to the IRS. The gig
On an email reminder sent last week, the City of Philadelphia requires businesses to give notifications to their employees about a) The Federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and b) Philadelphia Wage Tax Refund Program on electronic or printed copy and no later than February 1, 2022. The Federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)
In the Issue Number: IR-2021-219, the IRS announced the tax year 2022 annual inflation adjustments for more than 60 tax provisions, including the tax rate schedules and other tax changes. The tax items for tax year 2022 of greatest interest to most taxpayers include the following dollar amounts: The standard deduction for married couples filing
The IRS in their Issue Number: COVID Tax Tip 2021-157 reminds us that there are several reasons to amend your tax return, such as, entering income (or expenses if business - Schedule C or rental - Schedule E) incorrectly, not claiming credits for which they're eligible, claiming deductions incorrectly, etc. Note that the IRS may
Nonfungible tokens (NFTs) have been in the news since artist Beeple sold an NFT for around $70 million in March 11, 2021. The Wikipedia definition is: "A non-fungible token is a unit of data stored on a digital ledger, called a blockchain, that certifies a digital asset to be unique and therefore not interchangeable. NFTs
One week to the end of the 2020 tax season (May 17, 2021), the IRS backlogs keeps growing mainly driven by manual reviews and checks due to the unemployment benefits exclusion ($10,200), stimulus checks (rebate credit) that might not have reported accurately in the 2020 tax return, and other items such as Earned income credit.