Consulting a tax specialist in the United States in Russian

If you find yourself in financial trouble, unable to file a tax return, pay taxes, and fear problems with the IRS, it's time to consult with a good specialist. Remember that tax penalties do not disappear on their own, but accumulate over time; expectation…

Four documents without which you cannot file a tax return

If you are waiting for a tax refund and want to receive this money as soon as possible, prepare in advance all the documents required to fill out the tax return, writes USA Today. This will allow you to file a declaration and receive a refund as quickly as possible. Remember that without the 4 tax documents below, ...

Wealthy Americans underpay $ 175 billion in taxes every year

A study published in March found that individuals in the 1% of Americans with the highest income underestimate their income by at least 20% each year in IRS reports. The Voice of America writes about it. The study used data from the National Bureau of Economic ...

Master class 'What you need to know about taxes'

Be prepared to deal with your taxes before they take care of you. In this workshop, you will learn how, where, and when to file federal and state taxes. And also dive deeper into this tax season and how COVID-19 affected taxes ...

Biden plans first major federal tax hike in 30 years

President Joe Biden is planning the first major federal tax hike since 1993 to help pay for a long-term economic program designed as a follow-up to his pandemic bill, according to people familiar with the matter. Bloomberg reports. Unlike…

Taxes and immigration status: what you need to know in order not to make mistakes

For immigrants who come to the United States, the American tax system can be a completely new and confusing concept. It is so complex that even most Americans have difficulty filing their tax returns annually. Generally, you are subject to US tax laws if ...

Part of unemployment benefits for 2020 can be deducted from taxes: what you need to know

While unemployment benefits are considered income and are taxable, the recently signed $ 1,9 trillion bailout plan will not be subject to federal income tax on the first $ 10 in unemployment benefits received by a person in 200. The Market edition told in more detail ...

Surprise: the quarantine financial aid package includes not only payments, but also tax increases

Democrats have poured three tax hikes for large corporations into a COVID-19 relief package. Together, this increase is about $ 60 billion. Politico writes about it. The first proposal raises taxes for companies that pay more than $ 1 million to executives. Other ...

US Parents Can Get Up to $ 3600 Tax Credit Per Child: How To

On Saturday, March 6, the Senate voted to pass the $ 1,9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act, which includes provisions increasing the child tax credit to $ 3000 per child ages 6-17 and $ 3600 ...

Millions of Americans have yet to receive tax refunds for 2019: what is the reason

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) still has not processed millions of tax returns for 2019, writes Yahoo. The COVID-19 pandemic turned the tax season upside down last year, and even now, millions of people are still grappling with the consequences. In mid-February, the Tax ...

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