You’re tax professionals. You don’t need me to tell you that the money you are going to win in the virtual office pool on “the big game” is taxable income. You also don’t need me to tell you can’t net your winnings with the cost of the wager. You don’t, right? Most of the rules for reporting gambling income and deducting gambling losses for individuals are well understood with the possible exception of the session rules for slot machine play. I’m not going there—well, not in this article. This article is going to explore the nuances of tax optimization for people who have decided to go all in and turn their leisure time activities into a job.
Mitigating Risks: A Roadmap for Withdrawing Employee Retention Credits or Filing Income Tax Returns for Clients Who Have
Just in – the IRS dropped a hot alert about the Employee Retention Credit (ERC), and it’s time to pay attention . With the March 22, 2024, deadline creeping up for the ERC Voluntary Disclosure Program, it’s crucial for those who mistakenly filed a claim to take action. This program lets businesses repay just 80% of the claimed amount, so it’s a chance to make things right. If your clients filed a claim that’s still in the pipeline, it’s time for a double-check. Review the guidelines ASAP and withdraw the claim if it doesn’t pass muster.