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The IRS has proposed several rule changes that could bode well for taxpayers. The biggest proposed change would affect the earned income tax credit that has been in effect since 1994.With the proposed changes both taxpayers are eligible to claim the earned income tax credit; one can claim the full portion of the credit and the other can claim the reduced credit for childless taxpayers if certain requirements are met.
There have been a lot of questions lately surrounding the 1095 reporting requirements for the 2016 reporting period. Read more to review some bullet points from frequently asked questions.
President-elect Donald Trump has promised to introduce a tax plan that includes estate tax repeal as a priority in his first 100 days, however several questions must be addressed before repeal becomes reality.
Although the end of the year is quickly approaching, there is still time to implement some tax strategies that can improve your tax circumstances for 2016 and beyond.
Recently, The American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) outlined its priorities for tax reform legislation, as a major change is expected to take place. The release of these priorities comes as Republicans are pushing to pass legislation that overhauls the tax code next year. Republicans believe that 2017 is the perfect time to pass a tax reform bill as they will control both houses of Congress, as well as the White House, with the new administration.