Tag: Year-End Tax
Last Webinar of 2020 - What to expect?
Sanjiv Gupta CPA - 8 months ago
I spoke with Sanjiv Gupta CPA about the year tax strategies and what is he expecting to cover in his upcoming webinar (this Saturday starting at 10 am PST).Sanjiv plans on focusing more on "working from home" element of taxes. Here are some of the point I captured from our conversation.Tax Deductions for movingTax Deduction for home officeHome State ExemptionsWorking from out of statePrimary home residencesMortgage DeductionsProperty TaxesEstimated Tax PaymentsStock SalesPPP LoansCare's Act BenefitsCharitable DeductionsVirtual Currency (19K as of now..... WOW)FBAR (Foreign Income Reporting)Sale of Property529 PlansRetirement PlanningQBI DeductionsThere will be a whole lot to cover in couple of hours so come prepared with your questions. No news on stimulus as of today. Hopefully we will have more information in this week so we can cover those updates as well.If you have not yet registered for the webinar than please head over to sanjivcpa.com and save your seat now.We are looking forward to seeing you on the webinar.
Election is over, now what?
Sanjiv Gupta CPA - 9 months ago
2020 Presidential race is over ! Or Is it?....RegardlessWe need to move forward.Stock market is really happy today, not because Biden become the president elect but because Pfizer announced positive vaccine results.Elections are over, Stimulus, Vaccine - we got everything to get the economy back on track.In today's video, Sanjiv Gupta CPA discusses what we can expect before the year end.
Important Year-End Tax Implications For Ranchers
Sanjiv Gupta CPA - 9 years ago
The thing about taxes is that you always have to pay them at one point in your life. In fact, at some point, it is said that the only thing human beings are sure about is death and taxes. Ranchers make up a fairly large percentage of the human population in the USA. So what are the implications of end of year tax implications to the ranchers in the USA?The answer to this particular question is somewhat complicated in itself owing to the multifaceted way in which it can be tackled. This is because the implications can be economical, social and fiscal in nature. The magnitude of these implications is also something that needs to be looked at, especially considering that a larger part of the population is just picking itself up from the throes of financial recession. However, in this article, we are going to look at the major financial implications of the end of year tax changes to the average rancher.The baseline of this article is simple; if congress does not act this year to shield the local folk by enacting safety nets with regard to ranching, then the result is that the New Year will not be too good to the ranchers. This is because such a move will have the net effect of raising the rates on virtually all the taxes that taxpayers pay, and in this case, ranchers. Such taxes include, but are not limited to income taxes, capital gains, dividends, wages, gifts, and estates. Looking at the wholesome situation, most of the tax provisions that expire at the end of the year actually have a direct bearing on the tax amount that is paid by the ranchers and farmers in much of the USA. Most of the farmers and ranchers in the USA are owners of a large estate through which they carry out their businesses. Estate taxes are some of those taxes that are bound to increase if changes are not made. As such, a person paying a 35% tax on his estate may be slapped with a top rate tax of up to 55%. Such increases are bound to increase the cost of business and of the products sourced from these ranches. This is one of the reasons that experts advise businessmen to take care of their estates before the year-end. If not, then the net result may be something that is not entirely good.It is for this particular reason that the end of year tax implications should be put into account not only by the accountants as they crunch the numbers but also by the government and the legislators as they continue to debate the taxation issue. Initially, there were exemptions to the extent of 10 million dollars; however, with the expiry of the tax breaks, the situation is bound to get a little tighter. This is because only exemptions of up to 1 million will be entertained by the taxman.
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