Jason D. Knott

If you have children that work during the summers or throughout the year, they might have to file their own Form 1040, depending upon how much money they earned. You can still claim them as a dependent even if they need to file their own tax return.

Kiddie Taxes IRS Form 8615: https://youtu.be/HBIL5kqbZPE

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If you run a business at a loss for 3 consecutive years, the IRS might want to treat that as a Hobby. The Hobby Loss rules are not friendly.

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If you incur out-of-pocket medical expenses during the year, you can generally deduct those on Schedule A as an itemized tax deduction.

However, taxpayers must first consider the AGI floor of 7.5%, and whether they have enough itemized deductions overall to exceed the standard deduction.

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The IRS updated the standard mileage reimbursement rates for business use of a vehicle. The rate was increased to 58.5 cents per mile, updated from 56 cents per mile in 2021.

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If you pay for child care for your kids, you may be eligible for a tax credit for a portion of the amounts paid to the child care provider. The credit is calculated on IRS Form 2441.

You need to collect a valid tax ID from the child care provider:
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The Backdoor Roth IRA conversion is a popular mechanism for wealthy taxpayers to make contributions to their Roth IRAs.

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The IRS is cracking down on the Hobby Loss rules for taxpayers with Schedule C losses on their Form 1040. You can reduce your risk of an audit by using a partnership or S corporation.

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If you are looking to maximize your tax refund and reduce your overall tax liability, there are some simple strategies you can follow. Check out more detailed videos below:

Max IRA Contributions: https://youtu.be/mTKgKmaiMzw
Form 8889 HSA: https://youtu.be/f0ldHvce_24
QOF: https://youtu.be/BBuW0W5q-Sg
QOF Form 8997: https://youtu.be/6zC87hityTw
Solar Form 5695: https://youtu.be/1fI71WzZo5w
Form 8396 Mortgage Credit: https://youtu.be/PbMJRVK6D4s
Form 8880 Retirement Credit: https://youtu.be/w7AdRIAZmWg
Form 8812: https://youtu.be/k-V9EmIbujs
Form 2441: https://youtu.be/c1UvuQrrMuM

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If your dependent children receive investment income over certain thresholds, they may be subject to the "kiddie tax" on their unearned income. The tax is designed to tax their investment income at the same rates as the parent.

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Form 5173 is required when a deceased nonresident has U.S. situs assets. The executor of the person's estate must provide Form 5173 to a U.S. custodian in order for them to release the funds.

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If your entity has a change of responsible party, you need to update the IRS records within 60 days of the change.

If an LLC owner used a nominee to apply for an EIN, they should update the records immediately by filing Form 8822-B.

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The Refund Anticipation Loan (RAL) is a popular financial product to get taxpayers immediate cash for their refunds, but it comes at a high cost.

RALs can charge effective rates upwards of 600% to unsuspecting taxpayers. Be careful!

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The IRS has announced the start date for this 2022 tax season.

The IRS will start accepting returns on January 24, 2022.

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Taxpayers are familiar with Form 1040-X amended returns, but you may be eligible to file a superseded return, which is better.

A superseded Form 1040 can save the taxpayer thousands of dollars in late filing penalties.

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What are the tax return due dates for your 2021 tax returns?

Form 1040: April 18, 2022
Form 1120: April 18, 2022
Form 1065: March 15, 2022
Form 1120-S: March 15, 2022

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A taxpayer must report their gross amount of gambling winnings on Form 1040 each year. If you have gambling losses, you can record those gambling losses as an itemized tax deduction (Schedule A) to the extent you have gambling winnings.

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If you are a U.S. taxpayer and English is not your first language, you can request the IRS send you official notices and other correspondence in a language other than English.

If you include a Schedule LEP with your Form 1040 tax return, you can update the IRS system to send all IRS notices and other letters in a different language.

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A U.S. individual taxpayer is required to file their Form 1040 by April 15th of each tax year.

If a taxpayer needs more time to prepare their tax returns, they can submit an automatic extension request via Form 4868.

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If you recently formed an LLC, you are probably wondering whether it is necessary to have an LLC operating agreement for your business.

The short answer is YES. In this video, I discuss the benefits to having an LLC agreement and some of the problems that may arise if you don't have one in place.

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Florida is one of the easiest states to form an LLC in the USA.

In this video, I cover the simple steps necessary to open an LLC in Florida.

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If you are a business owner and take the bonus depreciation deduction for a business vehicle, you need to continue to track your business usage in subsequent years.

If the business use falls below 50%, you are in for a rude awakening. In the year business use drops below 50%, there is a required bonus depreciation recapture.

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The IRS Form 6781 should be included with your U.S. federal tax return if you are reporting income related to futures contracts and straddles.

When a taxpayer trades regulated futures contracts (Section 1256) the gains and losses from trades are split between long term and short term capital gains. The taxpayer also "marks to market" the open positions at year-end.

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#IRS #FuturesContracts #6781

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S corporations have many limitations and unique rules. The S corporation is generally a pass-through entity, which means the entity does not pay income taxes directly, because the earnings are passed through to the owners and reported on their personal tax returns.

In some cases, however, the S corporation may be subject to tax directly on its net passive investment income. And, if the S corporation generates too much passive income, it can terminate the S corporation election.

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U.S. source rents are treated as U.S. source FDAP income when paid to a nonresident owner of real estate. A nonresident can file a Section 871(d) election with their Form 1040-NR to treat the income as ECI.

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#IRS #RentalIncome #ECI

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If you are a partner in a partnership, and you actively participate in running the business, there may be occasions where you have to personally pay for business expenses out of your own pocket.

If you do, you should seek reimbursement from the company. However, in some cases, you can deduct the unreimbursed expenses directly on your federal tax return.

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#IRS #Form1065 #PartnershipExpenses

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