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Category: IRS Tax Law

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What are your options for paying your taxes?

Residents of Austin, Texas, know that April 15 is tax day, although this year it falls on April 18. As a result, it’s helpful to know about the different payment options available for paying your taxes. That way, you can

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Catching up with unfiled tax returns

Every tax season, the IRS receives millions of paper and e-filed returns. However, not every taxpayer submits a return, and some Texas residents may fail to file for several years. The willful failure to file a return could lead to

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The purpose of the IRS

For over 100 years, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has handled the collection and administration of taxes to millions of American taxpayers. All income-earning taxpayers are required to submit their tax returns once a year. Taxes must be collected to

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The foreign tax credit

For Texas residents who own property in multiple countries, the foreign tax credit helps to reduce the double tax burden of foreign source income. There are many rules for the foreign tax credit, including how foreign taxes qualify or the

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Income tax differences when moving state to state

Every state and local jurisdiction has a unique collection of tax laws. In some states, the income taxes are more expensive, and in others, there are no income taxes at all. People who move from Texas to another state need

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The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) has expanded

It’s almost tax time again, and you may not want to leave money on the table. Residents of Austin and other nearby areas of Texas may want to learn about recent changes to the tax law for 2022. These changes

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New IRS Law for payment apps

If you live in Texas, you may benefit from learning more about the new tax-reporting law affecting payment apps. Mobile payment apps like Cashapp, Payal, Venmo, and Zelle are now required to report commercial transactions totaling more than $600 per

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What is a like-kind exchange for tax purposes?

Tax law changes take place often in the United States, and there are many rules and exceptions for Texas residents to understand. For example, like-kind exchanges have been in the Internal Revenue Code for a long time, but what are

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