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August 2018 Archives

Why you may want to reassess your paycheck withholding

Anytime you start a new job, you submit a W-4 form to your employer. This form details the number of allowances you elect, which in turn impacts how much money is taken out of each paycheck to go towards your income taxes. As we discussed in a previous post, if you claim more allowances, you’ll receive more money each pay day—but you could end up with a high tax bill on Tax Day. If you claim fewer allowances, your paycheck will be a bit smaller—but you’ll be more likely to get a refund on Tax Day.

Care options for children: Do not forget nanny taxes

In the Atlanta metro as well as across the state, long wait lists at the best day care locations and Montessori preschools are normal. When expecting there is time to get on wait lists, but if relocating quality child care may be more difficult than finding a new home.

Georgia, Online Sales And The Wayfair Decision

Ever since the South Dakota vs. Wayfair decision, state governments are debating and legislating about how to comply with the ruling. While some states have solidified their positions on the issue, other state governing bodies, such as Georgia’s, have a taxation plan in place but hint that changes could be on the way in 2019.

Common IRS tax penalties

Tax problems can have many significant ramifications for a person. For one, they could lead to tax penalties. There are a range of different things the Internal Revenue Service can issue penalties for. Today, we will go over some of the more common ones.

Nearby states held sales tax holidays, but not Georgia

Sales tax holidays are a strategy used by states to incentivize back-to-school shopping while also giving consumers a break from some added charges. Some nearby states hold annual sales tax holidays leading up to the new school year, but consumers in Georgia need to travel to take advantage of such offers.

States sue over SALT deduction cap

The passing of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act at the end of 2017 has had widespread impacts on taxpayers. One effect of this tax overhaul was the creation of a cap on state and local tax (SALT) deductions. The change limits the deduction taxpayers can take on state and local property, income and sales tax to $10,000. Under the previous law, this deduction was unlimited.

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