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02/20/2024

IRS CODES on Transcripts :

826- Means that part of your Tax refund was used to pay a debt

846-Refund Approved ‼️‼️‼️🎉🎉🎉🥳🥳🥳

570- Refund hold

971- additional information on issue typically related to code 570

810- Refund Freeze

811-Reverse Refund Freeze

091-Revocation of being taxed as a small business

177- Abatement of estimated tax penalty

768- Earned income credit

424- Examination Request indicator, your return was referred to the Examination or Appeals Division

425- Reversed transaction code (424)

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How to correctly fill out your W4 Withholding form! First mistake: STOP FILING EXEMPT Correctly completing your W4 form ...
02/10/2024

How to correctly fill out your W4 Withholding form!

First mistake: STOP FILING EXEMPT

Correctly completing your W4 form is now more important than ever. The IRS is attempting to avoid issuing refunds for overpaid taxes. You will receive $2000 per dependent and credit for claiming head of household on the new W4 forms. Your employer will not take federal taxes from your paycheck until you earn more than the amount you designated on the W4 form for your dependent and other credit. Therefore, if you enter $2000, federal taxes won't be deducted until you earn more than that in a single pay period.

Usually, I tell my clients that in order for them to receive a respectable refund, they should designate themselves as head of household on their W4 and leave the child tax credit line blank or enter $500. This will cause the employer to begin deducting federal taxes right away.

Please update your W-4 immediately, and feel free to call me at (682) 288-7899

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01/31/2024

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01/29/2024

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01/26/2024

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01/19/2024
01/17/2024

What’s Your Taxpayer Filing Status?

For many people, December 31 means a New Year’s Eve celebration. However, from a tax perspective, it’s a key date in determining the filing status you’ll use when filing your tax return for the year. The one you’ll use depends partly on whether you’re married on that date.

The five statuses

When you file your federal tax return, you do so with one of five filing statuses. First, there’s “single” status, which is generally used if you’re unmarried, divorced or legally separated. A second status, “married filing jointly,” is for married couples who file a tax return together. If your spouse passes away, you can usually still file a joint return for that year. A third status, “married filing separately,” is for married couples who choose to file separate returns. In some cases, doing so may result in less tax owed.

“Head of household” is a fourth status. Certain unmarried taxpayers with dependents qualify to use it and potentially pay less tax. Finally, there’s a fifth status: “qualifying widow(er) with a dependent child.” It may be used if your spouse died during one of the previous two years and you have a dependent child. (Other conditions apply.)

Head of household

Let’s focus on head-of-household status because it’s often misunderstood and can be more favorable than filing as a single taxpayer. To qualify, you must “maintain a household” that, for more than half the year, is the principal home of a “qualifying child” or other relative that you can claim as a dependent.

A qualifying child is defined as someone who lives in your home for more than half the year and is your child, stepchild, foster child, sibling, stepsibling or a descendant of any of these. A qualifying child must also be under 19 years old (or a full-time student under age 24) and be unable to provide over half of his or her own support for the year.

Different rules may apply if a child’s parents are divorced. Also, a child isn’t a qualifying child if he or she is married and files jointly or isn’t a U.S. citizen or resident.

For head-of-household filing status, you’re considered to maintain a household if you live in it for the tax year and pay more than half the cost of running it. This includes property taxes, mortgage interest, rent, utilities, property insurance, repairs, upkeep and food consumed in the home. Medical care, clothing, education, life insurance and transportation aren’t included.

Under a special rule, you can qualify as head of household if you maintain a home for a parent even if you don’t live with the parent. To qualify, you must be able to claim the parent as your dependent.

You must generally be unmarried to claim head-of-household status. However, if you’ve lived apart from your spouse for the last six months of the year, you have a qualifying child living with you and you maintain the household, you’re typically considered unmarried. In this case, you may be able to qualify as head of household.

Not always obvious

Filing status may seem obvious, but there can be situations when it warrants careful consideration. If you have questions about yours, contact us.

Jaimie Giertuga
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682.288.7899

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01/10/2024

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Tax tips as we end 2023. You have 1 day left to do things that will affect your 2023 tax return.  💵Take items around you...
12/30/2023

Tax tips as we end 2023.

You have 1 day left to do things that will affect your 2023 tax return. 💵

Take items around your house & old clothes you no longer need and drop them off at Catholic Charities. Staple the receipt they give you to the itemized list you created as you loaded the items into a bag. (the donee does not know the value of the items you donate. Valuation is your task.)

Fully fund your HSA, if you haven't already.

You have until April 15, 2024 to make a deductible IRA contribution for the 2023 tax year.

If you are self-employed, stock up on necessary supplies. If you need new computer equipment, buy it now.

🚘 remember to note your EOY (end of year) mileages on your cars if you use them for business.

Having an oil change now is also good for third party verification of your mileage. If you're ever audited, they will want third party verification of your mileage!!

Happy New Year 🎆

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12/30/2023

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We’re happy to ring in the New Year with you.   To start 2024 right,   reminds you that quarterly estimated tax payments...
12/29/2023

We’re happy to ring in the New Year with you.

To start 2024 right, reminds you that quarterly estimated tax payments are due on January 16.

IR-2023-242, Dec. 15, 2023 — The Internal Revenue Service today reminded taxpayers who didn’t pay enough tax in 2023 to make a fourth quarter tax payment on or before Jan. 16 to avoid a possible penalty or tax bill when filing in 2024.

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12/28/2023

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Have you have you ever had a salesperson tell you that if you buy their product, you can write it off on your taxes? 🚘 Y...
12/27/2023

Have you have you ever had a salesperson tell you that if you buy their product, you can write it off on your taxes? 🚘

You should never take tax advice from a salesperson. I hate to be the one to tell a tax client that What they bought is actually not deductible.

The morning news is giving all kinds of tax tips today, one of which is if you go buy an electric car RIGHT NOW, you will get a $7,500 tax credit. 💵

Will you get a $7,500 credit? Maybe. But maybe not. There are now various components coming into play on how much of that credit you will get based on the car itself, whether it's new or used, and the components of the car.

If you want an electric car, buy one.

Don't buy it because you're being promised tax credits.

This is a screenshot from the IRS website on the credit. There's more.

Jaimie Giertuga
Manager
682.288.7899
Integrity Taxpros Haltom City

12/18/2023

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12/12/2023

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11/28/2023

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11/23/2023

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Manager at Integrity taxPros Haltom City

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11/18/2023

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11/15/2023

Tax season in the know 💡
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Organized tax records make preparing a complete and accurate tax return easier. It helps you avoid errors that lead to delays that slow your refund and may also help you find overlooked deductions or credits.

Wait to file until you have your tax records including:

Forms W-2 from your employer(s)
Forms 1099 from banks, issuing agencies and other payers including unemployment compensation, dividends, pension, annuity or retirement plan distributions
Form 1099-K, 1099-MISC, W-2 or other income statement if you worked in the gig economy
Form 1099-INT if you were paid interest
Other income documents and records of digital asset transactions
Form 1095-A, Health Insurance Marketplace Statement, to reconcile advance payments or claims Premium Tax Credits for 2022 Marketplace coverage
IRS or other agency letters
CP01A Notice with your new Identity Protection PIN
Notify the IRS if your address changes and notify the Social Security Administration of a legal name change.

Remember, most income is taxable.
This includes:

unemployment income,
interest received,
income from the gig economy, and
digital assets.

Jaimie Giertuga
Manager
682.288.7899
Integrity Taxpros Haltom

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11/15/2023

Check here to see if your withholding enough federal tax

Find tax withholding information for employees, employers and foreign persons. The withholding calculator can help you figure the right amount of withholdings.

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