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How can you tell whether you should file an IRS Form 1040a or 1040ez?
For the current filing season, 2022. form 1040-EZ and 1040-A have been discontinued.If you are talking about filing recent prior year returns, form 1040-EZ was for if you are reporting wages, interest interest income under $1,500, and/or unemployment compensation and pretty much nothing else. You cannot report dependants on a 1040-EZ.1040-A if for when you have interest income over $1,500 and/or have dependants.Neither forms allow you to itemize deductions. There are other things to know as well. You can review the instructions at these links:About Form 1040-EZ | Internal Revenue ServiceAbout Form 1040-A | Internal Revenue Service
If I'm under 18 but had a job do I have to do taxes?
If you received one or more W-2u2019s, and the total income is $12,000 or more, or if you received a 1099 Misc and your income listed is over $600, then you are required, in the US, to file a tax return.
Is it more beneficial to file Form 709 Gift Tax than the 1040 (A -X -EZ) for 2019?
Form 709 is for the giver of gifts exceeding $15,000 per person per year (double that for spouses giving jointly, double again if the recipients are married and the gift is to both). Instructions for Form 709 (2022)Form 1040 is for your own income tax - and gifts are not taxable income to the recipient.
What are the most important tax forms in 2019?
Form 1040 is used by U.S. taxpayers to file an annual income tax return.For Tax Year 2022. you will no longer use Form 1040-A or Form 1040-EZ, but instead will use the redesigned Form 1040. Many people will only need to file Form 1040 and no schedules.However, if your return is more complicated (for example you claim certain deductions or credits, or owe additional taxes) you will need to complete one or more of the new Form 1040 Schedules. Below is a general guide to what Schedule(s) you will need to file, based on your circumstances. See the instructions for the Schedules for more information.Individuals who filed their federal tax return electronically last year may not notice any changes, as the tax return preparation software will automatically use their answers to the tax questions to complete the Form 1040 and any needed schedules.
Can a sole proprietorship LLC carry forward a loss into the next tax year? If so, which forms need to be filed with the IRS?
I assume that you are asking about a single member limited liability company? If so, your income from the LLC is reported on your Form 1040, Schedule C (trade or business) or Schedule E (rental income). If you incur a loss from your LLC business, the loss may be included with your other Form 1040 income. If your Form 1040 results in a net operating loss carryforward, the loss from the LLC may be carried forward as a part of your From 1040 net operating loss carryforward.Iu2019ve provided a link to Publication 536 on the IRS Website, which provides instructions for claiming an NOL carryforward.Publication 536 (2022), Net Operating Losses (NOLs) for Individuals, Estates, and TrustsNote that there are special rules that can affect the deductibility of losses currently. Examples include passive activity losses, basis limitations, and at risk provisions.
Is there a way people couldu2019ve known the tax deductions were going to be different for 2022. So many people were u201csurprisedu201d with their tax bill this year.
I am actually surprised that anybody was surprised. Even if one didnu2019t physically pull down the actual tax law changes to see how it would directly impact them(like I did for myself and some friends), nearly every media outlet made a big to-do about it for months before and after the changes actually went into place, especially around how standard deductions, exemptions, SALT, and child tax credits were going to change.Further, after the changes went into place, the IRS had to figure out how they were going to adjust paycheck withholding with the least impact. When they released the new tables, the IRS followed up with the press alerting taxpayers to double check their W-4s and withholding to make sure nothing changed too much.Unfortunately, although 90% of people actually ended up with a smaller tax liability, many people checked out when it came to the aforementioned facts. Their taxes went down, but they had still had far too little withheld throughout the year. This resulted in smaller than expected refunds, and some of them moving into u201cowe taxesu201d territory.So:Extensive media coverageIRS warnings for months after new withholding tables were releasedPaychecks throughout the year had a tremendous increase in take-home pay that went too farIt seems that, despite all of this, people who are surprised by their outcomes were asleep at the wheel.Besides that, I would dispute how many people were negatively surprised about their taxes. Unhappy news gets passed around a lot more than happy news. This could give the impression that most taxpayers were caught off guard, even if that was not the case. I would like to see actual data on that, which I doubt exists. Just as anecdotal as the bad news, I donu2019t know a single person who didnu2019t make out great with the reform.
Some people in our area have been under the impression that you can only legally claim 2 dependents on your 1040 taxes. So, if you, for example, have 3 or more kids, you cannot claim them all. When is/was this true or not true?
Some people in our area have been under the impression that you can only legally claim 2 dependents on your 1040 taxes. So, if you, for example, have 3 or more kids, you cannot claim them all. When is/was this true or not true?This might be the most bizarre misunderstanding of the tax code Iu2019ve ever encountered. Marcus Mitchell , if you can share the reasoning that people have given Iu2019d love to hear it.It should be obvious that thereu2019s no u201c2 dependent limitu201d presently applicable to the 1040. Hereu2019s what the current (2022) form looks like. Notice that the IRS explicitly provides fields for up to 4 dependents, and the instructions (see page 20) tell you to mark the checkbox and include a statement if you have more dependents than that:Form 1040 has had 4 u201cdependentu201d lines since 2004[1] ; prior to that it had 5 (2022 & 2003), 6 (1988u20132001), and 7 (1987) u201cdependentu201d lines.We have to go back to the 1986 Form 1040 to find anything resembling a u201c2 dependentu201d limit, and it would have been a mistake to interpret the lack of more than 2 u201cdependentu201d lines as a limit on how many you could actually claim. Then, as now, you could include a statement with the names of more dependents:Footnotes[1] Prior Year Products
What taxes are deductible on section A?
Iu2019m guessing you mean Schedule A of the US form 1040. If not, ignore this response.You can deduct 1) State and Local Income taxes OR State and Local sales taxes, 2) State and Local real property taxes, and 3) State and Local personal property taxes. The total deduction for these taxes can not exceed $10,000.You can also deduct income taxes paid to a foreign country (though taking them as a tax credit is usually better) and u201cgeneration skipping tax (GST) imposed on certain income distributionsu201d (whatever those are).2022 Instructions for Schedule A (Form 1040) (2022)
What should I do as a non-resident alien who just filed my tax return using 1040 instead of 1040-NR?
Prepare a 1040NR return based on the same information. Write across the top of the 1040NR u201cAMENDED TO REPLACE FORM 1040u201d. Make a copy of your 1040 return and write across the top u201cAS ORIGINALLY FILEDu201d.Send both copies and a letter of explanation to the address where you file your tax returns.
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