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Tax Season is Here: Big IRS Tax Changes to Know Before You File
Tax Filing Tax deductions, tax credit amounts, and some tax laws have changed since you filed your last federal income tax return.
Tennessee Tax Deadline Extension Following Tornadoes
Tax Relief The IRS has announced several Tennessee tax deadline extensions following severe storms and tornadoes.
IRS Won’t Process New Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) Claims
Tax Credits Due to an alarming amount of fraud, the IRS has stopped processing new ERC tax credit claims.
By Kelley R. Taylor Last updatedTax Credits
Most-Overlooked Tax Breaks for Retirees and People Over 65
Tax Breaks If you're over 65, don't miss out on these overlooked tax breaks for retirees.
By Kevin McCormally Last updatedTax Breaks
Four Tips to Keep Your Wealth Transfer on TrackIncorporating family legacy planning into your financial plan is crucial to ensure the next generation knows how to serve as good stewards of the family’s wealth.
By Krysta Dos Santos, CFP® Published
When Are Taxes Due in 2024? Tax Deadlines by Month
Tax Deadlines Knowing all the tax deadlines for 2024 can help you avoid costly penalties.
By Katelyn Washington Last updatedTax Deadlines
Is the IRS Waiving Your Back Tax Penalties?
Tax Relief The IRS is waiving penalties for nearly $1 billion in back taxes owed during the pandemic. Are you eligible?
By Kelley R. Taylor Last updatedTax Relief
Three Ways You Can Cut the Tax Stress of RMDsYou have to take them, but there are strategies you can apply to prevent required minimum distributions (RMDs) from stressing you out in retirement.
By Robert A. Guy, RICP® Published
Can You Withdraw or Repay Your ERC Claim?
Tax Credits The IRS says certain businesses can withdraw or repay potentially fraudulent employee retention tax credit claims.
By Katelyn Washington Last updatedTax Credits
Five Overlooked Factors When Planning for RetirementNot only can taxes, inflation and health care costs catch you unprepared in retirement, but so can the costs of supporting others and paying for the fun stuff.
By Tory Reiss Published
If You Give to Charity, ‘Bunching’ Could Save You ThousandsThis simple tax strategy, using a donor-advised fund (DAF), lets taxpayers who don’t normally qualify for itemized deductions access the charitable deduction.
By Adam Nash Published