Tag: Tax

Posted onOctober 27, 2021
In BST's tax newsletter: RSM Tax Insights, Lockdown on Federal Tax Proposals for Individuals and Businesses, Tax Consequences of Offering Innovative Benefits, How are Traditional IRA Withdrawals Taxed, What's and IP PIN and Should You Have One for Protection, Learn the Tax Score for Fantasy Sports.
Posted onSeptember 28, 2021
BST's tax newsletter. In this issue: IRS Clarifies Rules on Excess Compensation Tax, Tax Implications of Taking 529 College Savings Plan Withdrawals, Refresher on the Home-Sale Gain Exclusion Tax Break, Following Up on Coronavirus-Related Distributions from IRAs, and 20 FAQs About RMDs.
Posted onAugust 25, 2021
Launched nearly a decade ago, the Identity Protection (“IP”) PIN program purpose was to allow confirmed identity theft victims to obtain a PIN from the IRS, which is then necessary to electronically file a federal tax return. Beginning in 2021, the IRS expanded the program to make it available to all taxpayers in an effort to prevent identity thieves from filing fraudulent tax returns using a taxpayer’s personally identifiable information.
Posted onAugust 5, 2021
BST's tax newsletter. In this issue: Finally...Some Good News, IRS Update, Reap Tax Rewards from Securities Harvest This Fall, Material Participation Standard is the Key to Unlocking LLC Tax Losses, Vacation Home Usage Has Tax Implications, 4 Tax-Saving Credits for Families.
Posted onAugust 2, 2021
On April 19, 2021, through the enactment of the 2021-2022 Budget Bill, New York State created new Article 24-A of N.Y. Tax Law, which establishes a new elective Pass-Through Entity Tax (PTET) that applies to partnerships, LLCs (taxed as partnerships), and S corporations.
Posted onMay 24, 2021
The 2021 advance child tax credit (CTC) payments, which were established under a recent law, will begin being made on July 15, 2021, the IRS announced. The tax agency also stated that "roughly 39 million households — covering 88% of children in the United States — are slated to begin receiving monthly payments without any further action required."
Posted onMay 19, 2021
The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) significantly liberalizes the rules for the federal child tax credit, which means more money in the pockets of eligible parents this year. However, the liberalizations are only for the 2021 tax year. Here's the story.
Posted onApril 23, 2021
With the income tax deadline fast approaching on May 17, tax refunds will be hitting many of our bank accounts, while some others may need to make a payment. Since our 2020 taxes are top of mind, now is the time for 2021 Tax Planning.
Posted onApril 13, 2021
BST's tax newsletter. In this issue: Which Start-Up Costs Are Deductible for Federal Tax Purposes, Employee Retention Credit: New Angles for Nonprofits, Tax Breaks for Green Manufacturers Are Expanded, PPP Application Deadline Extended in New Law, COVID-19 Relief: Overview of the New American Rescue Plan Act, and Employees Now Enjoy Even Greater Flexibility with FSAs.
Posted onMarch 29, 2021
Many people started businesses in 2020, and many others plan to launch new ventures in 2021. Entrepreneurs often have questions about whether business expenses for a start-up can be deducted in the year they're incurred or paid — or whether they must be capitalized and deducted over time. Here's some guidance.