Finally! The IRS has released guidance on what to do if you received a stimulus check on behalf of a deceased spouse. We now have the answer. If you got a stimulus check for your spouse based on the tax return on record, tune in to learn what steps you need to take to correct this.
As a wife and mom of two and a leader in my firm time management skills is something I have been forced to practice a lot. I have developed three tips that work for me to help set my mindset daily on the path I need, as well as allowing me the feeling of moving forward each day instead of feeling more and more buried. While they may not work for you, they certainly work for me, and I hope you enjoy listening in!
Are you now working from home, courtesy of Coronavirus? Do you have questions on what you might be able to write off on your taxes for your home office? This is our new normal where so many people, employees and subcontractors alike, are now converting space in their homes to offices. Listen in to hear if you might be eligible to deduct some of your home expenses on your taxes.
There is all kinds of talk about the $1200 and $2400 stimulus checks which are supposed to be coming to all taxpayers. Will i receive one? How much will it be? Will i get extra for my kids? How do I apply to get a check? When will the money arrive? Are there any reasons i might not get a check? Listen for up to date information on how this will all unfold.
Exactly what has been extended? 2019? 2020? Estimated payments? Existing installment agreements? Is the IRS still working? Can i talk to a person at the IRS now? Will I receive my 2019 refund if I file now or will I have to wait until July? Get all of these answers and more in this podcast.
This podcast will discuss the details of the tax deadline extension. Do I have until July 15 to file my return? What about estimated payments for 2020? Reasons to file before April 15. Will i be charged penalties and interest for paying late? Listen to be sure you are understanding the new filing and payment deadlines for both 2019 and 2020.
We are going to discuss some common questions real estate agents have for their tax pros. The most common questions involve closing gifts, client entertainment expense, home office deductions and lease vs. buy for a vehicle. We will discuss some creative ways to get around the IRS limitations on closing gifts as well.
Listen to this podcast to understand the IRS rules for who gets to claim the kids. We will explain the tie breaker rules such as who is the custodial parent and what happens if you have exactly 50% custody. We will also address tips and tricks for claiming kids. Finally we will discuss how to fix it if you are wrongfully unable to claim your child.
This podcast will discuss whether you can take cash out of your company bank account for personal use. It will discuss the different types of entities and how to get it out. It will also discuss taxation of profit in pass through entities. You might be surprised to learn uou are taxed when you earn the profit and not when you take the cash out of the business.
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