Accounting Firms Should Think Twice About Leasing Solar Panels
KPMG Study Reveals Surprising Plan for ESG Spending by Companies
French Companies Trade U.S. Tax Credits to Spur Renewable Projects
Patriot Software to Host Webinar on 401(k) Benefits
Treasury: IRS Could Collect $561 Billion in Revenue Thanks to Inflation Reduction Act
However, Treasury warned that if $20 billion is cut from the IRS’s funding allotment, it would reduce revenues by over $100 billion.
10 Tax Forms Retirees Receive—And What They Mean
Knowing what you’re getting and why is important so you can ensure that you or your tax preparer have what’s needed to file your taxes.
Gen Z Most Likely to Embrace AI-Powered Tax Filing, Survey Reveals
With TurboTax and H&R Block moving quickly to employ AI, a new Fast Company-Harris Poll finds taxpayers have mixed feelings.
IRS Provides Tax Relief to Rhode Island Storm Victims
Providence County residents and businesses impacted by the storm have until June 17 to meet various tax filing and payment deadlines.
Why Idaho Senator Mike Crapo Largely Controls Bipartisan Tax Bill’s Fate
The top GOP member of the Senate Finance Committee has signaled he won’t support the family and business tax break bill as-is.
2024 Tax Refund Date Estimator
In most cases, early tax filers who are a due a refund can often see the refund as early as mid- or late February if they have it direct deposited. That’s without an expensive “tax refund loan” or other similar product.
Tax Relief for Fire Victims Clears Major Hurdle with House Vote
The measure was approved 357-70 by the House of Representatives as part of a bipartisan tax deal that included fire victim tax relief.
IRS Says It Won’t Change Decision to Tax Minnesota Rebate Checks
The state’s rebates didn’t fall under the category of general welfare or disaster relief, both of which can be excluded from federal taxes.