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Tax Facts to Know If You're Selling Your Home This Year

Posted by Scott Farnes on Aug 13, 2020 8:31:00 AM

In most cases, gains from sales are taxable. But did you know that if you sell your home, you may not have to pay taxes? Here are ten facts to keep in mind if you sell your home this year.

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Topics: Taxable Income, Personal Finance, Taxes, Home Ownership

Reporting Farm Income and Expenses

Posted by Missy Dennis on Aug 5, 2020 8:16:00 AM

Farms include plantations, ranches, ranges and orchards and farmers may raise livestock, poultry or fish, or grow fruits or vegetables. If you're in the farming business or are thinking about it, here are ten things you should know about farm income and expenses.

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Topics: Taxable Income, Taxes, Tax Return

Tax Tips for Students With a Summer Job

Posted by Taylor Bennett on Jul 9, 2020 8:01:00 AM

Whether the goal is to gain experience or earn some spending money or help pay for college, summer is the prime job season for teens and college students. This year, however, with the coronavirus pandemic, the job situation has not been as easy - not to mention that it is starting later than usual. Nonetheless, if you are a high school or college student (or the parent of one) who has been lucky enough to find summer employment, here's what you should know about income earned during the summer months

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Topics: Taxable Income, Personal Finance, Taxes, Tax Planning

Reporting Tip Income: The Basics

Posted by Taylor Bennett on Mar 25, 2020 8:17:00 AM

The short answer is yes, tips are taxable. If you work at a hair salon, barbershop, casino, golf course, hotel, or restaurant, or drive a taxicab, then the tip income you receive as an employee from those services is taxable income. Here are a few other tips about tips:

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Topics: Taxable Income, Personal Finance, Taxes, Record Keeping, Tax Return, Tax Preparation

Tax Treatment of State and Local Tax Refunds

Posted by Scott Farnes on Mar 17, 2020 8:01:00 AM

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), enacted in December 2017, limited the itemized deduction for state and local taxes to $5,000 for a married person filing a separate return and $10,000 for all other tax filers. The limit applies to tax years 2018 to 2025.

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Topics: Taxable Income, Taxes, Tax Return

Do You Need to File a 2019 Tax Return?

Posted by Scott Farnes on Feb 12, 2020 8:05:00 AM
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Topics: Taxable Income, Taxes, Tax Deduction, Tax Credit, Tax Return, Tax Preparation

Avoid Refund Delays by Renewing Expiring ITINs Now

Posted by Missy Dennis on Oct 24, 2019 8:28:00 AM
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Topics: Taxable Income, Taxes, ITIN

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