From Markers to Face Masks, Classroom Supplies May Be Tax Deductible

This article was published by the IRS. Teachers go above and beyond for their students, often buying classroom supplies needed to make learning successful. The educator expense deduction allows eligible teachers and administrators to deduct part of the cost of technology, supplies and training from their taxes. They can only claim this deduction for expenses that [...]

Earned Income Tax Credit

Millions of workers qualify for the Earned Income Tax Credit for the first time due to changes like the birth of a child. Visit IRS.gov/eitc for more details.

New Voluntary Disclosure Program Lets Employers who Received Questionable Employee Retention Credits Pay Them Back at Discounted Rate

This article was published by the IRS. As part of an ongoing initiative aimed at combating dubious Employee Retention Credit (ERC) claims, the Internal Revenue Service has launched a new Voluntary Disclosure Program to help businesses who want to pay back the money they received after filing ERC claims in error. The new disclosure program, which [...]

Taxpayer Advocate Service: Dedicated to Helping Taxpayers

This article was published by the IRS. The Taxpayer Advocate Service is an independent organization within the Internal Revenue Service. TAS protects taxpayers' rights by striving to ensure that all taxpayers are treated fairly and know and understand their rights under the Taxpayer Bill of Rights. Here's what all taxpayers should know about their rights and [...]

2024 Flexible Spending Arrangement Contribution Limit Rises by $150

This article was published by the IRS. During open enrollment season for Flexible Spending Arrangements (FSAs), the Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers that they may be eligible to use tax-free dollars to pay medical expenses not covered by other health plans through their FSA. For 2024, there is a $150 increase to the contribution limit for [...]

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