By planning ahead now, you may be able to save on your 2022 and 2023 tax bills. Here are some ideas to consider.
If you’re interested in purchasing energy-saving property for your home or an electric vehicle, you may qualify for a tax break under the new Inflation Reduction Act. Here are the basic rules.
Self-employed taxpayers generally must make quarterly estimated tax payments. But even if you’re not self-employed, you may have to make them to avoid a penalty if you don’t have enough federal tax withheld. Here are the rules.
April 18 isn’t only the income tax return deadline. It’s also the gift tax return deadline for people who made large gifts last year. Find out if you’re required to file a 2021 gift tax return this April. (Note: you may want to file one anyway).
How much can you contribute to a 401(k) plan for 2022? How much is the standard deduction? How much do you have to earn this year before you can stop paying Social Security on your salary? Here are some answers to these and other tax-related questions for 2022.
The rules for deducting personal casualty losses on a tax return have changed through 2025. However, you may still be able to claim a deduction if an event qualifies as a federally declared disaster (and several have this summer).