Here are Some Things Gig Economy Workers Should Know About Their Tax Responsibilities

This article was published by the IRS. Many people take up gig work on a part-time or full-time basis, often through a digital platform like an app or website. Gig work, such driving a car for booked rides, selling goods online, renting out property, or providing other on-demand work, is taxable and must be reported as [...]

How to Switch from QuickBooks Desktop to Online

Ready to make the switch from QuickBooks Desktop to QuickBooks Online, but not sure where to start? Here's how: First, learn more about QuickBooks Online to see why - and how - it's right for you and your team. If you need help deciding which plan is best for your business, use the online product finder [...]

Taxpayers Should Open and Carefully Read Any Mail from the IRS

This article was published by the IRS. The IRS mails letters or notices to taxpayers for a variety of reasons including: They have a balance due. They are due a larger or smaller refund. The agency has a question about their tax return. They need to verify identity. The agency needs additional information. The agency changed [...]

Audits by Mail: What to Do

The IRS conducts audits to verify income, deductions, expenses, and credits claimed on tax returns. Here's what to do if you receive a letter that says the IRS is auditing your tax return by mail. First, read the letter carefully. It explains the issues involved and outlines the types of information you need to send us. [...]

IRS Grants Penalty Relief for Corporations That Did Not Pay Estimated Tax Related to the New Corporate Alternative Minimum Tax

This article was published by the IRS. The Department of Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service have issued Notice 2023-42, which will grant penalty relief for corporations that did not pay estimated tax in connection with the new corporate alternative minimum tax (CAMT). The Inflation Reduction Act created the CAMT, which imposes a 15% minimum tax [...]

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