The Social Security Administration announced its annual cost-of-living adjustments for 2013. There’s some good news for retirees, some bad news for both employers and some employees, and some worse news for all workers. Here’s a quick rundown of the key changes.
Small Business Tax
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If you live in a federally designated disaster area like the one hit by Hurricane Sandy, you don’t have to wait until you file your 2012 tax return to obtain tax relief.
The impending “fiscal cliff” isn’t the only important tax issue facing Congress. The tax breaks available for adopting a child will be drastically scaled back in 2013 unless the rules are changed.
Now that the dust has settled after President Obama’s re-election, what can we expect on the tax front for 2013? In particular, will a slew of tax increases scheduled to take effect this year be repealed, modified or allowed to stand? Here’s a bird’s-eye view of what you might see in 2013.
The IRS has announced more than two dozen inflation-based adjustments for retirement plans and other tax parameters for 2013, including the following.
Q. I’ve invested thousands of dollars in sound systems, instruments and equipment for my band. Can I use the expenses in past years to offset income in 2012?
Q. I gave each of my adult children $10,000 before the holidays. Can I increase these amounts without paying gift tax? C.G., New Britain, Conn.