The Build Back Better Act contains a large number of tax provisions, ranging from an extension of the advance child tax credit, to a wide variety of green energy tax incentives, and a minimum tax on corporations.
An IRS notice provides a special rule for the temporary 100% deduction.
The IRS advises on the effects on tax credits and the Free Application for Federal Student Aid and what taxpayers should do.
Annette Nellen examines possible tax policy implications as more people shed tradition work roles and become “digital nomads.”
The IRS updated its FAQs to explain whether and how to report changes to projected 2021 income for taxpayers receiving advance child tax credit payments.
A revenue procedure clarifies Homeowner Assistance Fund payments are excluded from gross income and gives a safe harbor for computing certain itemized deductions.
The infrastructure bill that passed the House on Friday and is headed to President Joe Biden’s desk will terminate the employee retention credit early and require broker reporting of cryptoasset transfers.
Taxpayers who reasonably rely on FAQs posted by the Internal Revenue Service will have a reasonable-cause penalty defense under a new policy announced by the agency on Friday. The IRS will also keep original versions of FAQs on its site after it updates them.
The Social Security Administration announced the maximum amount of wages subject to Social Security tax in 2022 and a cost-of-living adjustment for Social Security benefits.
The proposal would raise tax rates for corporations and individuals and make many other changes to the Internal Revenue Code.
The allowances for determining deductions for lodging, meals, and incidental costs are slightly higher than before.
The AICPA recommended in a letter to Senate tax-writing leaders eight ways to improve the deduction for qualified business income under Sec. 199A.
The IRS in Rev. Proc. 2021-14 specifies procedures regarding limitation and carryback of net operating losses from farming in light of CARES Act provisions.
The IRS announced that is has added a new feature to its Child Tax Credit Update Portal to allow individuals to enter bank information so they can receive advance child tax credit payments by direct deposit.
In the second installment of this year’s “Dirty Dozen” list of tax scams, the IRS warns taxpayers to be vigilant for fraudulent schemes in the form of emails, text or social media messages, and phone calls.
Hijacking of economic impact payments and unemployment checks are spotlighted in the IRS’s annual alert, which warns taxpayers of the most prevalent scams and schemes the Service has identified.
A new IRS online portal lets taxpayers unenroll from receiving advance payments of the 2021 child tax credit.
The US Supreme Court held that Texas and several other states lacked standing to sue over the constitutionality of the Sec. 5000A mandate that requires individuals to obtain minimum essential health coverage. The decision leaves the Affordable Care Act in place.
The IRS opened an online site that allows taxpayers who are not required to file a 2019 or 2020 individual income tax return to sign up to receive advance child tax credit (advance CTC) payments, which will begin July 15.
The IRS has posted two sets of FAQs that explain changes to the child and dependent care credit and to the sick and family leave credits made by the American Rescue Plan Act.