Renting Your Vacation Home

Do you own a vacation home you sometimes rent to others? If so, there are rules on reporting your rental income and expenses. For example, if you rent out your vacation home for only a short time (fewer than 15 days a year), you may not have to report it at all. That means generally, if [...]

Here’s What Taxpayers Need to Know about Their Right to Finality

This article was published by the IRS. Taxpayers interacting with the IRS have the right to finality. This is especially for taxpayers who are being audited. This is one of ten basic rights —collectively known as the Taxpayer Bill of Rights. For taxpayers who are in the process of an audit, here's what they should know [...]

How to Migrate Your QuickBooks Desktop Company Files to QuickBooks Online

If you decide to make the move from QuickBooks Desktop to QuickBooks Online, you can bring your company's information with you. Your customers, vendors, transactions, and more will be copied to your new file in QuickBooks Online. Follow these steps to prepare your data for the move and then copy it to your new QuickBooks Online [...]

Taking Care of a Tax to-Do List is a Snap with the IRS2Go App

This article was published by the IRS. The IRS2Go app helps people find IRS tools and resources faster and with less scrolling. Taxpayers can use the IRS2Go app on their phone or mobile device to check their refund status, find tax help, and more. Here are some things people can do with the app: Check refund [...]

Preparing for Disasters

It's important to think about hurricanes, tornadoes, and other disasters so you're prepared in case they happen. This includes safeguarding your tax forms and other financial records. First, you could take advantage of electronic record keeping. See if you can receive your bank statements and related documents by email. For paper documents such as W-2s and [...]

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