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Record Keeping Requirements for Businesses: What records should your business keep, and how long should you keep them? There are several categories of records that are important to a business, some for internal purposes and some for tax returns and other government requirements. Let's take a look at these by category.
Record Keeping Requirements for Individuals: Well-organized financial records will save you time and money, not only in taxes but also in tax preparation. Here's a quick rundown of suggested recordkeeping for individuals.
Amended Returns: Out of sight, out of mind. When it comes to old tax returns, that's an approach many people like to follow. But before you completely forget about your old tax forms, you may wish to consider filing an amended return.
Will your Tax Return be audited? Few things are more unnerving than having your tax return selected for an IRS audit. The IRS uses that "audit anxiety" to help keep taxpayers honest on their tax returns.
Child Tax Credit: Although the child tax credit is simple in concept, it's actually quite complicated in application. On their tax returns, taxpayers are entitled to a tax credit of $1,000 for each dependent child under age 17. That seems simple enough, but a look at the details reveals how complex the child tax credit really is.
Don't let a divorce be more taxing than necessary: If you're going through a divorce, taxes may be the last thing on your mind. But divorce involves many potential tax traps and pitfalls. Here are some things to watch out for.
What you need to know about moving: Moving is expensive, but if you maintain good records, you may be able to recover some of those costs through tax benefits. Some of your moving expenses are deductible if your move is work related. To be deductible, the distance from your old residence to your new workplace must be at least 50 miles more than to your old place of work. If you are starting work for the first time or after a long period of unemployment, your new home must be at least 50 miles from your old home.
Filing Tips : The tax laws are complex, and they change every year. Here are some suggestions that can help make filing your tax return an easier task.
Year End Tax Tips: The earlier the better when it comes to adopting a strategy to reduce your taxes. But even if time gets away from you, there are some year-end actions you can take to cut your taxes. Here are some last-minute tax cutters you might consider: