Last week was National Small Business Week. Because small businesses play a pivotal role in the nation’s economy, the Small Business Administration and the IRS teamed up to highlight the tax benefits and resources available to entrepreneurs. Here are some of the highlights you need to know.
Tax season has come and (mostly) gone. All those forms and figures are put to rest for another year. And while we’re catching our breath, we wanted to say “Thank You!” for putting your trust in us. For more than 10 years, Premier CPA Services has strived to provide you with the best tax preparation possible. Our goal is always to help you pay the minimum amount of taxes necessary while making sure everything is done efficiently, timely and accurately.
When you earn several types of income throughout the year, it’s easy to lose track and forget to report some. The IRS does not forget, however. So be sure to report gig work, virtual currency and foreign income and assets.
Thanks to a State of Georgia revenue surplus, legislators passed (and Governor Kemp signed) HB 1302, which provides Georgia taxpayers a refund of some or all of their 2020 income taxes due. Here’s what you need to know.
If you haven’t yet made a contribution to your IRA for 2021, you still have time. The deadline is the same as the tax-filing deadline: April 18, 2022. What’s more, if you plan to make a contribution by that date, you may be able to claim the deduction on your 2021 tax return.
Do you have a legal agreement with your child’s other parent about who claims the child on their taxes? If so, you may have some questions about how to handle the Child Tax Credit and the 2021 Recovery Rebate Credit when filing your tax return.
Please note the following deadlines for providing your materials to us for tax filing:
• March 1: Corporate/Partnership Tax Returns to file by March 15 (without extension).
• March 25: Personal Tax Returns to file by April 18 (without extension).
While tax laws are complicated, most common tax return errors are surprising simple. While we’ll do everything possible to help you avoid these mistakes, it’s important for you to know what they are and how to avoid them. Many errors can be avoided by filing electronically, which is how we file all the returns we complete.
Help yourself (and us!) make tax preparation easier by using these handy Checklists to pull together your tax materials for 2021. With another year of tax law changes and new programs, these Checklists will ensure you’ve got everything you need to file.