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The IRSMedic MasterGuide to 2019 Federal Tax Table, Rates, and Brackets
Everyone needs to pay tax of one kind or another, so we’ve created a comprehensive guide to most of the ways the IRS and your state will charge taxes to you. From federal tax brackets and standard deductions to corporate, estate, and gift taxes, we’ll share the latest information from the IRS and state agencies on what you’ll need to pay.
Tax Reform: What is the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and What it Means to Your Business
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) is a major piece of legislation voted into law as a tax reform in 2017. The changes introduced by the TCJA affect many aspects of how individuals and businesses report on, file, and pay federal income taxes from 2018 and onward. In this guide, we’ll explore the specific changes that businesses need to make so stay compliant with federal legislation and IRS guidelines.
What Federal Tax Credits are available? Here's the definitive list of what's old and new.
Tax Reform was poised to eliminate many Federal Tax Credits and create new ones. And now that the smoke has cleared, we are able to see which tax credits survived, and which ones have been modified, and which ones have been added and will be available for tax years 2018 and going forward.
2018 IRS tax brackets and tax rates for individuals and business
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, otherwise knows as Tax Reform reduced the amount of tax brackets for individuals and lowered the rates. Tax reform reduced the corporate tax rates to one flat rate. Find out how much you can expect to save with the new federal tax table.
The incredible things we’ve learned as OVDP lawyers
Our work as Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP) attorneys is rewarding. Working with our dynamic clients, getting to know them, their families, while doing our best to mitigate the risk and damage the IRS intend to cause --- we feel great because the work we do is incredibly consequential.
Will bankruptcy get rid of IRS tax debt?
Many people ask us whether or not you can use bankruptcy to resolve back tax debt with the IRS. The answer is... yes! Let's take a look at the different types of bankruptcies available to taxpayers, along with some of the advantages and disadvantages of each.