The Internal Revenue Service announced on June 9, 2022 an increase to mileage rates for 2022 taxes. The changes are just for the final six months of 2022 only. Individuals taking advantage of this deduction will need to break out their mileage into the proper time category.
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A recent TIAA Institute survey reported that 50% of Americans were unable to answer financial literacy questions properly. While I presume you are not in that group if you are reading this article, here are some highlights to share with your friends.READ MORE
You may qualify to exclude from capital gains from the sale of your primary residence if you meet these criteria:
A coalition of the 20 top internet service providers in the U.S. plan to join the Affordability Connectivity Program, a government program to offer broadband internet to millions of Americans. Based on qualifying income, the program will reimburse the cost of the service, making it free after the rebate for as much as 40% of the U.S. population, or 48 million homes.READ MORE
The impacts of COVID and Amazon or other online shopping options and working from home has changed many of our behaviors. But, has online shopping busted your monthly budget?
In a Harris Poll survey on behalf of the American Institute of CPAs, more than 2 in 5 Americans said online shopping makes it harder for them to stick to a monthly budget. They are buying things when they want because it makes them feel good. They are not realizing the cost until they see their monthly statement.READ MORE
President Biden said January 19 that he was willing to break up his Build Back Better (BBB) plan into manageable "chunks" to see what could pass now, and return later in the year in hope of passing what remains. He also acknowledged that the enhanced Child Tax Credit, free community college, paid leave, and other BBB provisions would likely have to be jettisoned.
"It's clear to me we'll have to probably break it up," Biden said of the nearly $1.7 trillion bill. "I think we can break the package up, get as much as we can now, come back, and fight for the rest later."READ MORE
The Internal Revenue Service is issuing information letters to recipients of the third round of the Economic Impact Payments. People receiving these letters to make sure they hold onto them to assist them in preparing their 2021 federal tax returns in 2022.
IRS Letter 6475, Your Third Economic Impact Payment, will help Economic Impact Payment recipients determine if they are entitled to and should claim the Recovery Rebate Credit on their tax year 2021 tax returns that they file in 2022.READ MORE
The Internal Revenue Service is issuing information letters to Advance Child Tax Credit recipients. People receiving these letters to make sure they hold onto them to assist them in preparing their 2021 federal tax returns in 2022.
IRS Letter 6419, 2021 advance CTC, will include the total amount of advance Child Tax Credit payments taxpayers received in 2021 and the number of qualifying children used to calculate the advance payments. People should keep this and any other IRS letters about advance Child Tax Credit payments with their tax records.READ MORE