New Business Venture FAQ: Short-Term Home Rentals

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Launching a new business venture is an exciting opportunity. But it’s a good idea to explore your options first on the most beneficial ways to structure your new company. You probably have questions about tax liabilities, business formation, and other …

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Delayed 2021 Tax Refunds

Experiencing Delayed 2021 Tax Refunds?

At the beginning of each year, millions of Americans spur into action to file their taxes – many fueled by fear of owing the IRS money or, more likely, motivated by receiving a tax refund.  As hard as it is …

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IRS Increases Mileage Rate For Remainder of 2022

Mileage Rate Changes

Rising Fuel Costs The Internal Revenue Service today announced an increase in the optional standard mileage rate for the final 6 months of 2022. Taxpayers may use the optional standard mileage rates to calculate the deductible costs of operating an …

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Audit Rates Down for All Individual Income Levels

Income Audit Rate Decrease reported by the GAO┃CPA Nerds

Due to the rising concerns about declining taxpayer compliance and the IRS equitably selecting taxpayers to audit, The Government Accountability Office (GAO) studied the past 10 fiscal years to discover trends that lead to an income audit rate decrease. The …

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Stop Overpaying—Minimize Your Tax Bill

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Am I Overpaying My Taxes? Are you one of the millions of business owners who overpay their taxes? If so, you’re not alone. According to Forbes magazine, 93% of business owners overpay in taxes every year. With the help of …

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Are You Facing a Tax Lien?

Are You Facing a Tax Lien? | CPA Nerds Can Help Address IRS Tax Liens

What is a Federal Tax Lien? When business owners and individuals don’t pay the income tax they owe, the federal government has methods of recovering the debt. A federal tax lien is one of those tools. A federal tax lien …

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Do You Qualify for the American Opportunity Tax Credit?

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As you likely are aware, the United States Federal Government gives out many tax credits that are designed to incentivize certain types of behavior. One example is helping people attend college or another four-year institution. For individuals like this, the …

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E-Filed Tax Refund Return Timeframe

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As many taxpayers have noticed, refunds have been slower than usual for the past few years. This is due to a variety of issues, including the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and staffing shortages. Fortunately, the IRS has issued a tax refund …

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Avoid A Refund Delay By Avoiding These Tax Mistakes

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Are you expecting a tax return this year? If so, it’s time to start considering common errors, plus one glitch concerning the child tax credit affecting some fax filers. The IRS is warning tax filers that the current backlog is …

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IRS Child Tax Credit Letter May Be Inaccurate

Child Tax Credit Letter

For millions of families, one bright spot in this year’s tax season is that they can expect to get the rest of their child tax credit payments for 2021. Last year, most families received half of this, via monthly payments, …

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