Are you wondering about the CP05 letter that showed up on your desk from the IRS? Don’t worry yet! Here are the answers you’ll probably need!
Learn the basics of Schedule SE, who should file Schedule SE, and also get some advice on making filing easier for you!
If your spouse owes past-due taxes or has delinquent Federal student loan debt, check out Form 8379. Read about it here and get started!
What is Schedule D? Learn the basics right here so you can get started on preparing the schedule for your income taxes.
What is Schedule E? Sometimes it’s nice to get an overview and summary of complex IRS forms. That’s what you’ll find right here!
Made student loan payments last year, here’s what you need to know about your 1098-E interest statement when you file taxes.
Confused about the difference between a W2 and W4? This article will explain all the important contrasts.
Considering loan forgiveness for your student loan debt? Don’t forget to understand the 1099-C tax implications.
I’m highlighting this again because it can impact so many investors during tax season: If you own a REIT, chances are you love the fact that they pay great dividends, but hate the fact that at tax time, you have to wait for a corrected 1099 to come in March. The reason for this is […]