Tax Tips from CPAs

While the April 15, 2019, tax filing deadline has passed, many taxpayers requested an extension due to the added complexities brought on by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017. If you filed for an extension, be sure you now meet the Oct. 15, 2019, tax deadline. If you've got questions about your tax situation, the PICPA has answers below.

Latest Blogs on Taxes 

Newest W-4 Gets Update to Ease Complexities

The IRS unveiled a draft of the latest W-4 on May 31, 2019. The final draft W-4 is expected to be released (unchanged) imminently. It is, indeed, the result of feedback the IRS received, particularly concerning the unnecessary complexity and confusion that last year’s form generated.  

Tax Reform Update: Intent vs. Results so Far

This five-part blog is an analysis of what was promised when the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) was enacted compared with what has actually happened to date, using nonpartisan, objective, and authoritative sources. Addressing all the key promises and goals of tax reform is complex; thus, this analysis is not brief.  

Still Haven't Done Your Taxes? Here's What You Need to Know

Whether you are filing as an individual or as a business, you likely will see a few changes this year when you file your 2018 federal income tax return. If you are one of the many U.S. taxpayers who wait until the last minute to file your taxes, make sure you are aware of these items that are new for 2018. 

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