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News and Updates
Friday, September 30, 2022
8 Common Life Changes That May Impact Your Taxes | www.financialhotspot.com
When life changes arise, it’s crucial to consider their implications on your financial health. This article showcases eight real-life examples can drastically alter your tax situation:
Thursday, September 29, 2022
In order to file your tax return properly, it is important to keep track of these financial records.
Wednesday, September 28, 2022
One of the most common questions we hear from business owners is, "How can I finance my business?" Feel free to contact us if you have any other questions!
Tuesday, September 27, 2022
Bookkeeping Tip - Make sure you have a separate bank account for your business.
Top Tips for Separating Business and Personal Expenses | www.financialhotspot.com
The IRS publishes a list of acceptable business expenses, known as Publication 535, to help business owners properly track their spending and file taxes. However, if you’re still unsure about whether a purchase is considered a business or personal experience, it’s best to confirm with an experienced tax professional to avoid future problems with the IRS. https://bit.ly/3xBWbYy
Thursday, September 22, 2022
Virtual Assets: What Exactly Needs To Be Reported To The IRS?
Do you have virtual assets like Bitcoin? Don't know what needs to be reported? Find out in this article https://bit.ly/3f4HiY7
Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) | Internal Revenue Service
The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) helps low- to moderate-income workers and families get a tax break. If you qualify, you can use the credit to reduce the taxes you owe – and maybe increase your refund. See if you qualify here https://www.irs.gov/credits-deducti...
Monday, September 19, 2022
Is My Residential Rental Income Taxable and/or Are My Expenses Deductible? | Internal Revenue Service
This interview will help you determine if your residential rental income is taxable and/or if your basic expenses associated with the rental property are deductible.
Friday, September 16, 2022
Cash vs. Accrual: Which Accounting Method Is Right for Your Business? | www.financialhotspot.com
There are two primary accounting methods you can use as a small business owner: cash and accrual accounting. Even if you don’t handle your own accounting and bookkeeping tasks, it’s vital to know how each of these accounting methods works so you can choose the correct bookkeeping practices for your company.
Thursday, September 15, 2022
Home Office Deduction | Internal Revenue Service
Working remote or have a home office? Take a look at this article where you can see if you qualify for this deduction.
How Do I File a Deceased Person's Tax Return? | Internal Revenue Service
The tool is designed for taxpayers who were U.S. citizens or resident aliens for the entire tax year for which they're inquiring. If married, the spouse must also have been a U.S. citizen or resident alien for the entire tax year.