Taxes

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Electric vehicles (EVs), plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs), and other clean-energy vehicles continue to gain popularity, especially as gas prices soar. Is it time for you to make the switch? If you’re new to the EV market, you no doubt have a lot of questions — topics like EV battery range, maintenance costs, and affordability
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Whether you intended to be a landlord or you fell into it because you had vacant property you couldn’t or didn’t sell, owning rental property is a source of income and it affects your tax return. Knowing the rules can help you maximize the tax advantages of owning rental property and help you create a
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Your small business is your baby and choosing the right name for it is a big deal. But what happens when you need to change your business name for whatever reason? Here’s how to prepare and what to expect when you decide your business name needs an upgrade. Can you change the name of an
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In the past, NCAA rules prohibited college athletes from profiting from their name, image, and likeness (NIL). But in 2021, that changed. As a student-athlete, you now have the opportunity to earn NIL income, opening the door to exciting endorsement deals and profitable partnerships. Just remember — Uncle Sam wants his cut of these profits,
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If you’re a college athlete profiting from your name, image, and likeness (NIL), your tax situation can be a complicated topic. Sometimes it’s hard to know where to start — that’s why we’ve put together a list of seven tips to help you prepare for your next tax season. 1. Get in touch with the
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You’ve heard about the new IRS reporting thresholds for Form 1099-K that went into effect this year, but you may have some follow-up questions about how it applies to you. Let’s look at some common concerns we see from online sellers and how to handle some unique situations, like pricing and selling inherited items. You
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If the new 1099-K reporting thresholds have you confused as an eBay seller, you’re not alone. But don’t worry — eBay and TaxAct have partnered up to help you separate fact from fiction. Below we’ll address some common misconceptions you might have heard about these changes and the truth about how your taxes could be
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If you sell items online, you’ve probably heard about new IRS reporting thresholds that went into effect this year. These new requirements have caused some confusion for sellers on eBay and other online marketplaces. To help keep sellers informed, TaxAct® and eBay have partnered to help you understand these tax changes and what they will mean
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High inflation got your stress levels up? Here are some savings and investment strategies you can use as an inflation hedge to protect your money’s value as prices soar. Inflation calculator Calculate the spending power of in Year Compared to Year It would be Calculate What is inflation? As many of us have experienced firsthand
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You’ve heard the term capital gains tax. But what is that exactly? Is that something you pay? If so, when? Whenever you sell something — a house, car, company stock, or even gold or silver coins — you typically either make or lose money on the investment. That’s also referred to as a gain or
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Mistakes happen Once you realize you made a mistake or forgot to include an important piece of information on your tax return, how you handle it depends on the situation. For instance, if you entered an incorrect Social Security Number (SSN) for yourself, your spouse, or a dependent, you need to fix it. If you
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Facebook fundraisers have become a popular, easy way to raise money for worthy causes. With the social media platform boasting an estimated 2.74 billion monthly users, people have been able to solicit support for organizations that support causes near and dear to their hearts. Facebook even takes the step to prompt users to set up