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IRS Grants More Due Date Breaks

The IRS has previously announced that the federal filing due date for individuals was extended to May 17. Some other dates—but not all of them—have also been moved. Click through to make sure you're up to date on IRS dates.

IRS to Recalculate Taxes for Unemployment Break

Legislation passed in March gave a break to many taxpayers who received unemployment insurance payouts in 2020. Click through for IRS guidance on how to make sure you reap the benefits.

Selling Your Home: The Tax Angle

There's a lot to think about when you're selling your home — and one thing should be taxes. Indeed, the IRS has a whole booklet on it. Click through for a summary of the rules you face when you're putting your house on the market.

Balance Sheets and Property Profitability

Well-formatted balance sheets can let property owners know early on whether their property is more or less profitable than they anticipated. The key is knowing how all the parts fit together. Click through to learn how to get a handle on your finances.

New Laws Affect Retirement Plans

The SECURE and CARES Acts made big changes to the IRS’s treatment of retirement plans. As with so many large bills, it's all about the details. Click through to learn how your retirement could be affected.

Great Wealth and the Next Generation

Moving assets to living and distant descendants? If you have serious money, you need some serious solutions. Click through to learn how to use GRATs and IDGTs as trust vehicles for intergenerational wealth transfer.

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