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Everything You Should Know About Getting, Using, and Renewing Your ITIN

What is an ITIN? An Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) is a nine-digit tax processing number that starts with a "9," used by individuals to…

Is Student Loan Forgiveness Taxable? – Why your IRS federal tax returns hold the answer

What is the New Federal Student Loan Forgiveness Plan? As of August 24, 2022, the Biden Administration announced a three-part plan to cancel certain amounts…

Income Tax Impact of ERTC

If you requested and received the Employee Retention Tax Credit, there are income tax consequences for your business and/or individual return. The credit is a…

Jasmine DiLucci

Jasmine is a tax lawyer, certified public accountant, and enrolled agent. She graduated summa cum laude from SMU Dedman School of Law and cum laude…

IRS2Go App FAQs

In today's world of electronic streamlining and technological advances, there is an app for everything and the IRS is no exception. The IRS2Go App allows…

El Crédito Fiscal por Hijos expandido

Important Information About the 2021 Child Tax Credit: Advance Payments, Online Tools, & More Thanks to recent temporary changes to the federal Child Tax Credit…

Cómo evitar que la manutención de hijos se lleve su reembolso de impuestos

Falling behind on any payment is never a good thing. But falling behind on child support payments can have ramifications on your finances -- it…

¿En qué se diferencia un impuesto al consumo de un impuesto sobre las ventas?

You are probably already familiar with sales tax, but you may be less familiar with excise taxes. This article will review the difference between sales…