Thursday, November 4, 2021



* With Halloween on her mind, Kay Bell, the yellow rose of taxes, warns “Online tax scammers keep the scares coming year-round” at DON’T MESS WITH TAXES.

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) just this week warned that scammers are sending yet another phony Internal Revenue Service email about COVID-19 relief payments.”

* And Kay begins the new month with “6 tax moves to make this November”.

* A tutorial from Patrick Villanova at YAHOO FINANCE – “Gift Tax, Explained: 2021 Exemption and Rates”.

* It’s that time of year again.  The JS TAX CORPORATION’s November newsletter highlights “Tax Moves to Make Before Year-End”.

You can use my “What’s New for Taxes in 2021” compilation to help in your year-end tax planning.  For only $1.00 (check or money order payable to TAXES AND ACCOUNTING, INC) I will send it to you as a pdf email attachment.  Send your payment and email address to WHAT’S NEW FOR 2021, Taxes and Accounting, Inc, Post Office Box A, Hawley PA 18428.

* Kelly Phillips Erb, aka TaxGirl, talks about “When ‘I Do’ Becomes ‘Tax Due': Marital Tax Debts” at her BLOOMBERG.COM blog.


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