New Jersey has extended the State income tax filing deadline for individuals, corporations, trusts and estates, and other non-corporate tax filers.
New York State has extended the April 15, 2020 due date for filing personal income tax and corporate tax returns. Here's what you should know.
The CARES Act is an economic stimulus package designed to help small businesses and individuals during the Coronavirus pandemic. Here are the main points that impact individuals.
The due date for filing Federal income tax returns has been extended for all taxpayers. This change does not extend to individual states yet. Here's what you need to know.
The IRS has extended some relief for taxpayers affected by the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. Here's what you need to know.
Making Qualified Charitable Distributions can be a great way to maximize your charitable giving. But this strategy must be reported properly at tax time. Learn how to avoid a tax trap.
The recently passed SECURE Act has made several changes to retirement plans, some of which could result in an increase in the amount of money being left to charities. Read why.
New tax laws made significant changes to Federal income taxes beginning in 2018. While there was no significant new legislation in 2019 affecting individual taxes, personal situations do change from year to year, thus requiring a fresh look at how to approach your year-end tax planning. Here are some suggestions.
Do you know that NJ offers to freeze the property tax of senior citizens and disabled homeowners? The deadline to apply is October 31; so don't delay.
The SECURE Act can potentially make significant changes to retirement and 529 Plan accounts. Read about some of the major components here.
Tax laws have changed, and in some cases popular deductions have been reduced and even eliminated. However, there are some unusual medical deductions you might not have considered.
So many Americans are still trying to figure out if the new tax law helped or hurt them. One’s instinct is to judge it based on whether you paid more taxes this year or last year. However, this may not be an accurate way to assess the result. Find out why.
Tax season officially started this week, and the IRS maintains it is expecting to issue refunds within 21 days of when it receives and accepts a return - the same as always. Consider these tips to save your preparer time, and potentially save yourself money.
Another tax bill is working its way through the House. If passed in its present form, it makes changes to retirement plans and other things. Read more.