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Teacher Or Trainee? A person who is in the US temporarily under either a “Q” or “J” visa, and is not a student, and who is substantially compliant with ...
Larger standard deduction likely beneficial Altho...
If you came to this page you’ve probably already decided that you need to work with a tax professional. So we won’t make the case why you should. Rather you are probably wondering what kind of tax professional should handle your case. Should it be an accountant,...
Although the tax reform bill did not make significant changes to charitable deductions, the near doubling of the standard deduction will mean fewer taxpayers choosing to itemize. The reason for this is simple. The allowed standard deduction will rise to $12,000 (up from $6,350) for individuals, and to $24,000 (up from $12,700) for marri...
Inherited Retirement My tax circumstances have changed due to my mother's passing away & having inherited her house & IRA - 50% with my brother). Does that require any special filing? I am sor...
Tax season is open, and the IRS estimates it will process almost 155 million tax returns from individuals during the 2018 tax season. So the question is, are you required to file a tax return? The tax system requires that income be reported for the previous year, so in 2018 you will report your income and deductions from the 2017 tax ye...