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Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) unveiled long-anticipated proposed regulations banning the sale of menthol cigarettes and flavored cigars, part of ongoing efforts to support smoking cessation. Critics doubt, however, whether banning mentholated cigarettes will reduce smoking or instead simply channel menthol smokers toward other tobacco products—or smuggled menthols. And states have yet...
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As the April 18 deadline for filing income tax rapidly approaches, many people will complain about how complicated the process is. But there is a flip side: The income tax provides “one stop” shopping that enables people to receive, in one fell swoop, the benefits of numerous social policies and economic incentives. Including these programs...
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After tornadoes ripped through Texas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana, those states were declared a state of emergency. If you were impacted by the recent tornadoes, we want you to know TurboTax is here to keep you up to date with important tax relief information that may help you in this time of need.  Typically once FEMA...
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As cryptocurrency investments become more mainstream, many taxpayers wonder how they can quickly and accurately report digital currency transactions on their tax returns. Enter your newest tax-filing duo: TaxAct® and TaxBit. What crypto means for your taxes The IRS classifies cryptocurrencies, NFTs, and other digital assets as property for tax purposes. As property, a taxable...
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You’ve found the ideal tax and accounting research solution for your firm. With features like interactive workflow tools, relevant analysis, and up-to-date guidance, you’re certain that this software will save you time while getting to trusted answers — and have a positive impact on you, your team and your clients.  4 tips to help prepare...
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Close-up of Conservation easement with pen getty The IRS just recently picked up a win in its war on syndicated conservation easement (SCE) deductions. The Sixth Circuit confirmed the full Tax Court decision written by Judge Lauber in Oakbrook Land Holdings. The issue was about what terms are required to make an easement “perpetual”. Before...
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Like many states, Kentucky is experiencing another year of robust budget surpluses while projecting several years of continued revenue growth, and policymakers are looking for ways to return some of the extra tax collections to taxpayers as they budget for the upcoming fiscal biennium. With regular legislative proceedings winding down, the House and Senate (both...
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Powell: Larger interest rate hikes on the table. Fed Chair Jay Powell said yesterday the central bank could raise rates by greater incremental steps than the quarter-point increases the Fed kicked off last week. “We will take the necessary steps to ensure a return to price stability,” Powell told a business conference. His goal: a...
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Most people don’t think about taxes on their way to a racetrack or casino, but what might seem like nothing more than the chance to win some extra money actually has some tax implications. As is often the case, federal and state governments single out casino winnings for unique taxes of their own.  How Much...
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It’s a new year and that means new tax laws and other tax changes. Below are changes that take effect this year, along with other tax planning information. Filing deadlines First off, the deadline to file individual tax returns is April 18. Other deadlines are:January 17, 2022: 4th quarter 2021 estimated tax payment dueMarch 15,...
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