Important Tax Changes for Individuals in 2019
Learn about some of the more significant rule changes for individual taxpayers starting with the 2019 tax year.
New Social Security Numbers Announced for 2019
January 1, 2019. For those who receive benefits, there is good news: Social Security payments will increase by 2.8% for 2019.
IRS Releases Annual Adjustment Numbers for 2019
Learn about significant IRS inflation-adjusted numbers for 2019, including tax brackets, the standard deduction, and other important changes.
New Rules for IRS Underpayment Penalties in 2018
For 2018 only, there will be no IRS underpayment penalty as long as you paid at least 80% of your taxes due.
How the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Affects Landlords
The new tax law has some major changes in store for landlords.
How Does the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Affect Homeowners?
Among the most controversial provisions of the new tax law are those reducing the tax benefits of home ownership.
How the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Affects Employees
Employees will lose many valuable job-related tax deductions under the new tax law.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: Key Changes for Individuals
January 1, 2018. Here are some of the most important changes for your personal taxes under the new tax law.
What You Need to Know About the New IRS Form 1040 for 2018
The new Form 1040 replaces Forms 1040, 1040A, and 1040-EZ with one Form 1040 that all taxpayers will file.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act - What Applies in 2017?
A few parts of the new tax law apply in 2017--and most of them can save you money on your 2017 taxes.
IRS Tax Rates and Annual Adjustments for 2016
The IRS has released 2016 tax rate schedules and cost-of-living increases for several important tax items.
What Deductions Were Extended or Made Permanent in the 2015 Tax Extenders Bill (the PATH Act)?
Find out about the most significant tax breaks for businesses and individuals that were made permanent or extended in the 2015 tax extenders bill.