All Taxpayers, including married individuals filing separate returns, can claim a deduction of up to $300 for cash contributions to qualifying charities, during 2023.
The maximum deduction is $600 for married individuals filing joint returns.
With 35 years of experience Joette Claude specializes in corporate business accounts, small business start-ups, churches, and non-profits and is committed to delivering services that meet each client’s unique objectives.
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Individual software is unable to get to know your story or unique situation. A tax professional is there to ask additional questions and involve you in the process. The goal is to legally reduce your tax liability and minimize penalties if you made a mistake.
Here are some of the expenses an educator can deduct:
First it is important to know deducting specific medical expenses only applies to taxpayers who are itemizing their deductions versus using the standard deduction. Next; you may deduct only deduct medical expenses that exceed 7.5% of your adjusted gross income.
These payments are not stimulus checks but advancements. These advances could result in an overpayment of child tax credits. In this case, the IRS may demand repayment of the credit come tax time. If you don’t usually receive a refund, the advance payments could cause you to owe. The advances will also affect divorced parents, especially if children move between households alternating the child tax credit.
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