The IRS recently announced mileage rates to be used for travel in 2018. The standard business mileage rate increased by 1 cent to 54.5 cents per mile. The medical and moving mileage rates also increased by 1 cent, to 18 cents per mile. Charitable mileage rates remained unchanged at 14 cents per mile.
Getting audited by the IRS is no fun. Some taxpayers are selected for random audits every year, but the chances of that happening to you are very small. You are much more likely to fall under the IRS’s gaze if you make one of several common mistakes.
The recently enacted Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is a sweeping tax package that will take effect in 2018. Here is a detailed article provided by our tax service of the significant changes impacting individuals and businesses.
You still have time to put yourself in the best tax position possible before the clock strikes midnight on New Year’s Eve. Follow these five tips and you won’t be sorry when tax season rolls around.
We hope the Thanksgiving holiday was a wonderful time for you and your loved ones. There’s usually plenty of food, football, and shopping. While Americans love to snatch up deals on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, did you know there’s another shopping event that is larger than these two days combined?