There was some rain on the parade of celebration of the student loan debt forgiveness. The Tax Foundation, perhaps with a touch of schadenfreude, announced that the forgiveness, not federally taxable due to recent legislation, might be taxable in as many as thirteen states. They have taken a closer look and backpedaled quite a bit. It is now down to four states Minnesota, Mississippi, North Carolina and Wisconsin and those are not for sure. But, there is likely another way out for many of the recipients of this boon. Keep reading to learn more!
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.