29 06, 2022

Losses from worthless securities

2022-06-29T03:10:53+00:00Tax Benefits, U.S. Taxes - General|0 Comments

As an investor it is common to have worthless securities and, in such cases, a taxpayer would prefer to claim a loss to reduce the amount of taxes due. Here are a few general questions and two examples on investments in worthless securities: What is a worthless security as defined by IRS? Worthless security is [...]

23 05, 2022

Cryptocurrency Taxes for US persons

2022-05-23T09:48:11+00:00Current and Prior Year Tax Updates|0 Comments

As the value of cryptocurrency rises, so does the demand for it, particularly Bitcoin. The growing number of cryptocurrency traders require greater due diligence on how to determine and calculate their cryptocurrency taxes under IRS rules. Below are some general tax considerations for virtual currencies that a taxpayer should be mindful of: How is cryptocurrency [...]

7 01, 2022

Third Economic Impact Payments

2022-01-12T08:53:32+00:00Current and Prior Year Tax Updates|0 Comments

Updated Jan 7, 2022 Economic Impact Payments – commonly referred to as “stimulus checks” or “Recovery Rebate Credit” are funds to help reduce the financial burden of COVID-19 on individuals and their families. If you did not receive the first and second Economic Impact Payments or got less than the full amounts, be aware the [...]

5 01, 2022

2021 Charitable Contribution Deduction

2022-01-13T08:52:37+00:00Current and Prior Year Tax Updates, Tax Filing Requirements|0 Comments

According to the IRS, a special write-off for cash contributions is provided for 2021 tax year for taxpayers who give to charity. This special deduction is offered to anyone  even if they take the standard deduction and do not itemize deductions. For Non-itemizers: What are the maximum limits for deduction? Single/ Married Filing Separately/ Head [...]

31 05, 2021

President Biden’s New Tax Proposals

2022-01-06T09:20:20+00:00Current and Prior Year Tax Updates|0 Comments

With the beginning of the new Democratic administration of Joe Biden in January 2021, one can expect legislative changes which are consistent with the political and economic agenda of any new administration.  With respect to tax law, there is oftentimes modifications of existing tax laws, as well as enactment of new laws for the purpose of fulfilling campaign [...]

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