Are you a divorced family, wondering how you’ll handle taxes when claiming your dependents? The IRS law makes it pretty clear cut who gets to claim them – the custodial parent. But, if you want to relinquish those rights, you can with IRS Form 8332.
Are you trying to figure out if you qualify for Earned Income Credit (EIC)? Also known as Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC).
Well, no need to worry.
Today we will go over what conditions need to be met, such as your filing status, income, number of kids and more.
In the case where the required conditions are met, you can then easily apply for the Earned Income Credit.
Are you having difficulty understanding the IRS Form 8379 when it comes to the Injured Spouse Tax Relief?
You’re probably facing this new challenge because of an unexpected problem…
Everything seemed to be going well with your tax preparation this year until you were unexpectedly told you would not be receiving your refund.
In fact, you would end up giving the entire refund to the IRS for a particular issue unknown to you.
Once you contacted the IRS you learn that your spouse owes money towards a delinquent student loan payment and now the money you were depending on has vanished…
…or so you thought.
Reasons Why You Should Hire a Tax Professional for Taxes
It’s a new tax season and many of you all will be receiving your W-2s soon. The next step is to choose how you want to file your taxes this year.
Should you use a tax software or hire a tax pro?
Question of the Week: How to File Taxes after Divorce?
Unfortunately, some marriages don’t work out and the only alternative is to divorce.
Depending on the length of your marriage and the complexity, it can be too stressful to have to review the financials.
Even if you have agreed or disagree, the issue of taxes still remain in the forefront.