The IRS is tackling identity theft by using ID.me verification technology to guard access to online services.
Several provisions would tighten IRA rules for high-income individuals, and some other changes apply regardless of income level.
What are the proposed tax changes affecting individual taxpayers and what should you consider today to limit your exposure to these changes?
House Ways and Means issues its discussion draft amendment with revenue items to offset $3.5 trillion spending package.
Senator Wyden’s recent ‘discussion draft’ legislation, if enacted, would drastically alter many of the tax rules that apply to partnerships.
The Internal Revenue Service Security Summit discusses the common warning signs of identity theft and unemployment benefits theft.
A discussion on the IRS concern with non-filers and what can be done to mitigate the risk is provided in this article.
Tax-deferral techniques—possibly spurred by a potential increase to capital gains rates—must be scrutinized, as evidenced by this IRS memo
Managing significant tax changes will ensure individuals and businesses are positioned for success for the remainder of 2021 and beyond.
From retroactivity to loss of planning techniques, this year we face a unique set of concerns when considering gift and estate planning.
Stimulus legislation extends through 2021 the 100% of AGI deduction for itemizers and availability of a deduction for non-itemizers.
Taxpayers should familiarize with Biden’s plan, remain vigilant for developments and position themselves to act at the appropriate times.