The Difference: Taxes
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Tax time comes around every year and we want to make sure you get the most out of tax write-offs. To get started, tax write-offs are expenses that can be deducted from your taxable income while filing for taxes, also known as deductibles. They are a great way to save money and maximize your return. Here is a list that will come in handy when the time comes, because as always we want to remind you, “Taxes don’t have to suck!”
Please note that these items are general guidelines applicable to the majority. Please reach out to us if you’d like a detailed checklist for your specific tax scenario depending on your industry, for e.g., business owners, delivery services, stock market investors, real estate investors, startup investors etc. please reach out to your Pro.
Tax time will look a bit different in 2020 as compared to previous years. The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted hundreds of thousands of individuals and businesses around the country which has resulted in new tax laws as well as changes to other laws due to coronavirus-related stimulus efforts. Let’s explore how COVID-19 may affect your 2020 individual tax return, business tax return, or both.