Planning on making charitable gifts in 2020 and want to be tax efficient when doing so? There are many ways but below are a few common options...
The IRS recently issued new increases to tax deduction and contribution limits for tax year 2020. These increases are from the annual inflation adjustment that the IRS makes towards multiple tax schedules.
Businesses that use a car or other vehicle may be able to deduct the expenses of operating that vehicle on their taxes. Generally, a business can use one or two methods to figure their deductible vehicle expenses:
The biggest thing you hear in the news today is that individuals are getting lower refunds on their 2018 Returns compared to prior years.
The Internal Revenue Service issued the 2019 optional standard mileage rates used to calculate the deductible costs of operating an automobile for business, charitable, medical or moving purposes.
On Wednesday of last week, the IRS issued long awaited guidance clarifying that taxpayers may generally continue to deduct 50% of the food and beverage expenses associated with operating their trade or business, despite changes to the meal and entertainment expense deduction under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.