Get Ready for Taxes: Here’s What’s New and What to Consider When Filing in 2022

This article was published by the IRS.  The IRS encourages taxpayers to get informed about topics related to filing their federal tax returns in 2022. These topics include special steps related to charitable contributions, economic impact payments and advance child tax credit payments. Taxpayers can visit IRS.gov/getready for online tools, publications and other helpful resources for [...]

Most Retirees Must Take Required Minimum Distributions by Dec. 31

This article was published by the IRS. The Internal Revenue Service is reminding retirement plan participants and individual retirement account owners that payments, called required minimum distributions, must usually be taken by December 31. Required minimum distributions (RMDs) generally are minimum amounts that retirement plan account owners must withdraw annually starting with the year they reach [...]

Looking Ahead: How the American Rescue Plan Affects 2021 Taxes, Part 2

This article was published by the IRS. This is the second of two tax tips providing an overview of ways the American Rescue Plan may affect some people's 2021 taxes. Part 1 is available here. Changes expanding EITC for 2021 and beyond New law changes expand the EITC for 2021 and future years. These changes include: [...]

Security Measures Help Protect Against Tax-Related Identity Theft

Your safety and security are top priorities at the IRS and with their Security Summit partners. With more taxpayers and tax preparers working remotely, identity thieves and fraudsters are working overtime, trying to use COVID-19 to scam you. Everyone should remember to take these basic steps to protect themselves.

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