Federal Tax News
Advance child tax credit (CTC) payment recipients can still opt out even if they start receiving payments. The IRS began sending out payments or depositing them in bank accounts on July 15. The IRS announced that families can use its […] Read More
Do You Owe the Nanny Tax?
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the dynamics of many households. In most cases, schools stopped or limited in-person instruction, causing many children to engage in at-home learning. Some families moved disabled adult children or seniors from long-term care centers […] Read More
Tax Implications of Taking 529 College Savings Plan Withdrawals
Tax-favored Section 529 college savings plans — also known as qualified tuition programs — have been around long enough that many people are now withdrawing money to pay for school. Qualified withdrawals are always federal-income-tax-free and usually state-income-tax-free, too. However, […] Read More
PPP forgiveness and repayment: What businesses need to know now
If you received a PPP loan, important forgiveness deadlines are approaching. Are you ready? Read More