Federal Tax Filing Season Has Started

IRS started accepting returns: Monday, January 24, 2022 Filing deadline for most individuals: Monday, April 18, 2022 Tuesday, April 19, 2022, if you live in Maine or Massachusetts Monday, October 17, 2022, if you file for an automatic six-month extension by the original due date The IRS announced that the starting date for when it would accept and process 2021 tax-year […]

2022 Key Numbers

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New Global Tax Accord Takes Shape

The proposed 15% global minimum corporate tax rate is intended to discourage multinational companies from setting up their operations in foreign countries with the lowest tax rates. After more than four years of international negotiations taking place mostly behind the scenes, 132 countries — representing more than 90% of worldwide gross domestic product (GDP) and […]

Infrastructure & Taxes

Are you tired of hearing about taxes? Me too. But here we are. Let’s dive in. So, we’ve got dueling infrastructure bills, plus a big proposed budget with lots of spending (and higher taxes inside). That’s a lot of expensive legislation on the table. What’s going to happen next? The Democrats and Republicans seem pretty […]