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A sharply divided Congress may be casting clouds of uncertainty over tax law changes, but that shouldn’t deter you from year-end planning.
Q. What are the chances that the manufacturing deduction will be extended?
In a recent mailing to about 5,000 tax return preparers, the IRS cautioned tax practitioners about using Social Security numbers, expired taxpayer ID numbers or numbers obtained before September 2010.
The IRS issued new final capitalization regulations late last year. Generally, amounts paid to improve tangible property must be capitalized and depreciated over time, but the regulations provide a unique opportunity.
Earlier this year, the Tax Court determined that the once-a-year limit on tax-free rollovers applies to all of a taxpayer’s IRAs, not each one separately. This contradicted the previous taxpayer-friendly interpretation of the rules by the IRS.
If you own a small business operating on a calendar-year basis, now is the time to cash in on tax-saving opportunities while avoiding potential pitfalls.
Do you remember the gas-guzzler tax from years ago? It hasn’t disappeared completely.
Q. We’re paying my adult younger sister to watch our children while we work. Can we claim the child care credit?
According to IRS data, taxpayers reported $9.1 trillion in adjusted gross income for 2012.
The IRS recently indicated that college athletes won’t be taxed on scholarships if they are treated as employees. But it doesn’t mean that tax-free treatment is automatic for scholarship recipients.
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