As the 2022 year is concluding, it is time to begin once again thinking about the upcoming tax filing season. This process doesn’t have to be daunting; our tax advisors are here to assist every step of the way. While there are constant changes to tax laws and filing thresholds, especially due to the pandemic, we want to alert you to some of the larger ones occurring for the 2022 tax year. This is by no means an exhaustive list, but some key items to consider for end of year tax planning.
President Biden announced a plan to extend the pause on student loan repayments and offer student loan forgiveness to millions of borrowers. Under the Student Loan Debt Relief Plan, eligible borrowers will have up to $20,000 of their student loans forgiven. Watch this video to learn more about the program.
A stock option plan can be used to align the interests of employees and shareholders, and attract and retain talented workers. This video will cover the basics of a stock option plan and how your company may benefit from having one.
Parenting comes with many responsibilities, which include teaching children how to budget, save money, and make responsible financial decisions. In this video, we’ll cover six tips to help your children learn about saving, spending and investing.
As use of cryptocurrency has been growing, many users aren't aware of the tax rules and regulations that govern cryptocurrency transactions. In this video, we'll explain how and when cryptocurrencies are taxed, as well as how to report transactions to the IRS.
A great way to reduce taxable income while saving for the future is by contributing to an Individual Retirement Account. Learn about IRAs including the deadline to contribute, limits and tax deductibility.
The American Rescue Plan expanded the Child Tax Credit and provided a mechanism for families to receive advance payments for the credit. In this video, we will provide an overview of the Child Tax Credit and the advance payments that will begin this summer.
The IRS announced on Wednesday that it is postponing the deadline for all individual tax returns. Returns otherwise due April 15 will not have to be filed until May 17 this year. The IRS says it will issue formal guidance in the near future.