Today TaxMama®wants to give you some steps to take before the end of 2018. Dear Family, This year, it’s especially difficult to figure out how to reduce your taxes. The average couple is not likely to be itemizing any more. Folks with high employee business expenses won’t be able to use them. Individuals with mortgages […]
Today TaxMama® hears from Mel in the TaxQuips Forum, with this reasonable question. “I have a client who sends their 5 year old to a private Christian school for pre-K. Can this be deductible like daycare? Is private school deductible at all in the upper grades?”
Courtesy of IRS: IRS Identifies Organizations that Have Lost Tax-Exempt Status; Announces Special Steps to Help Revoked Organizations WASHINGTON –– The Internal Revenue Service today announced that approximately 275,000 organizations under the law have automatically lost their tax-exempt status because they did not file legally required annual reports for three consecutive years. The IRS believes […]
During yesterday’s IRS Stakeholder Relations meeting, we were treated to some information from Joyce Hoover, IRS’s Exempt Organization Group’s Senior Technical Advisor. She’s been working with exempt organizations for about 19 years…so she’s lived through the history and development of this department.
Today TaxMama hears from David in Dallas. “I’m preparing my own taxes this year and have a couple of questions. Does the I.R.S receive my 1099 forms from me or my employer? When does the I.R.S receive them and how often should they receive them in a year’s time? What are itemized deductions and what […]
Today Shelly from Baltimore, MD tells us, “I work for a non-profit organization. Someone recently expressed an interest in donating their home to us to use for office space, IF they could work out a favorable result with the IRS. My question is: can you donate real estate as a charitable contribution like you can […]