Qualified Business Income Deduction (QBI)

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017 introduced a new tax deduction for qualified business income (QBI) for pass-through entities such as partnerships, S corporations, sole proprietorships, and certain real estate investment trusts (REITs). The QBI deduction is available for tax years 2018 through 2025 and allows eligible taxpayers to deduct up to […]

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FORM 1099 K

Form 1099-K is the IRS form that taxpayers receive to report certain payment transactions. If you’re self-employed or an independent contractor, you report 1099-K income on Schedule C of your federal Form 1040 tax return. Who Receives Form 1099-K: Payment Card and Third-Party Network Transactions? You should receive Form 1099-K by Jan. 31 if, in the prior calendar

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Reporting rules changed for Form 1099-K

Taxpayers should receive Form 1099-K, Payment Card and Third Party Network Transactions, by January 31, 2023, if they received third party payments in tax year 2022 for goods and services that exceeded $600. Prior to 2022, Form 1099-K was issued for third party networks transactions only if the total number of transactions exceeded 200 for

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Form 8885

Health coverage tax credit Form 8885 The health coverage tax credit is a program in place for tax years from 2002 to 2013 and was later extended through 2019 to help eligible individuals and families by paying a portion of premiums for qualified health insurance programs. Note Form Available in (Go to for instructions and the

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Form 8283

Noncash Charitable contribution Introduction Form 8283 is tax form to report Noncash Charitable contribution, taxpayer who wishes to deduct noncash contribution made to a qualifying charitable organization. A tax payer must file one or more Forms 8283 if the amount of your noncash contribution is more than $500 and also file Form 8283 if you

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Form 5695

(Residential Energy Credits) The residential energy credits are two type⦁ The non-business energy property credit, and⦁ The residential energy efficient property credit. WHAT IS THE Energy Tax Credit:A residential energy tax credit is available to homeowners who make their homes more energy-efficient by installing certain equipment. Federal energy tax incentives and state rebates are available to many qualified

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Form 114

Report Of Foreign Bank And Financial Accounts IntroductionU.S Residents, citizens and entities are required to file Form 114. Who has at least one foreign financial account such as brokerage, mutual fund and if they had financial interest and the total values exceeding $10,000 at current financial year/calendar year he/she must report the same to Treasury

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Form 8880

Credit for Qualified Retirement Savings Contributions (8880) To claim the credit, use Form 8880, “Credit for Qualified Retirement Savings Contributions.” Heads-up: For tax years prior to 2018, you can only claim the Savers Credit if you use form 1040A, 1040 or 1040NR (not supported in TurboTax) to file your federal tax return. Form 8880 is used to

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Form 1099 Q

FORM 1099-Q-PAYMENT OF QUALIFIED EDUCATION PROGRAMS (Under Sections 529 and 530) Introduction: The Form 1099-Q it shows the distribution amount from qualified education programs. If you’re paying for school expenses you will likely to receive an IRS Form 1099-Q which reports the total withdrawal you made during the year. If you contribute the money to

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Schedule C

Schedule C is an important tax form for sole proprietors and other self-employed business owners. It’s used to report profit or loss and to include this information in the owner’s personal tax returns for the yearUse Schedule C (Form 1040) to report income or (loss) from a business you operated or a profession you practiced

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