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Expanded Tax Credits For Families

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

This year, the IRS is offering a variety of expanded tax credits for families. Many individuals who don’t normally need to file tax returns should consider doing so for their 2021 returns, so that they can take advantage of these benefits, which will come with larger refunds for qualifying taxpayers. To learn more about… Read More »

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New Rules For Charity Deductions

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Taxpayers who are getting ready to file their 2021 tax returns should be sure to account for the many changes instituted by last year’s passage of the American Rescue Act. For instance, this year, taxpayers can now more easily qualify for charitable tax deductions, regardless of whether they use standard or itemized deductions. For… Read More »

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Reporting Tips As Income On Your Tax Return

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Tips are often a vital part of the income earned by those who work in the service industry. And like most forms of income, they are taxable. Unfortunately, many people don’t understand the tax obligations that come with earning tip income. To ensure that you don’t end up stuck with a surprise tax bill… Read More »

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Filing An Information Return

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

While most people are familiar with standard income tax returns, many are unaware of the existence of information returns. These returns must be completed by any taxpayers who are engaged in a business, including partnerships, estates, and trusts and who make reportable transactions during the year. There are a number of rules in place… Read More »

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Deducting Charitable Contributions

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

In addition to the satisfaction and peace of mind that comes with charitable giving, individuals who donate funds to certain charitable establishments could also qualify for a special deduction. There are, however, strict rules regarding charitable deductions, so if you donated to a charity last year and have questions about your eligibility for a… Read More »

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Should I Itemize My Deductions?

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Many people mistakenly believe that tax deductions directly reduce the amount of taxes that they owe. The reality, however, is that tax deductions lower the amount of a taxpayer’s taxable income, which in turn, lowers his or her tax liability. There are a couple of different ways to track deductions when filing a federal… Read More »

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When, How, And Where To File Your Taxes

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Even taxpayers who have successfully filed their taxes in the past could find themselves facing unfamiliar issues, delayed refunds, or improperly assessed penalties. To help, we have included a few general tips about when, how, and where to file your taxes. These are, however, are only basic guidelines that may not account for a… Read More »

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Steer Clear Of These Common Tax Return Errors

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

As the extended May 17th tax return filing deadline grows ever closer, taxpayers should keep an eye out for certain errors when filing, which, if left unaddressed can affect processing and delay refunds. Although we’ve included a few of the most common errors made by taxpayers when submitting their taxes, they are by no… Read More »

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Self-Employed Individuals May Qualify For New Sick And Family Leave Tax Credits

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Filing taxes can be complicated, especially for self-employed individuals, who may not be aware of what types of credits and deductions they qualify for. This is where an experienced Florida tax return preparation lawyer can make all the difference, so if you have questions about how to claim a tax credit, don’t hesitate to… Read More »

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Tips for Small Businesses When Filing Employment Tax Returns

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

There are two forms commonly used by small businesses when filing employment tax returns, one of which requires the payment of employment taxes on a quarterly basis, while the other involves payment once a year. The two forms aren’t interchangeable and taxpayers should be sure to always file according to their designated requirement, or… Read More »