So, how hard was it to gather together all of your 2021 tax “stuff” to give to your tax preparer?
It is important that you have documentation for all of the income, deductions and credits reported and claimed on your federal and state tax return. And, of course, you do not want to forget or miss a qualified deduction or credit. You must keep good records throughout the year.
I have created a 2022 GUIDE TO TAX RETURN RECORDKEEPING to help you in gathering and organizing your 2022 tax “stuff” and help you to pay the absolute least federal income tax possible for 2022.
My guide contains detailed text covering what is taxable and deductible and what information and documentation you will need to properly prepare your 2022 tax return, and forms, schedules and worksheets for compiling and identifying the documentation you will need to provide to your professional tax preparer in 2023. It discusses in detail –
· MY BEST TAX ADVICE
· WHAT TO GIVE YOUR PREPARER
· WHO MUST FILE A 2022 TAX RETURN
· FILING STATUS
· DEPENDENTS AND EXEMPTIONS
· INFORMATION RETURNS
· INVESTMENT SALES
· 2022 CONTRIBUTION LIMITS FOR RETIREMENT PLANS
· REPORTING GAMBLING INCOME
· ADJUSTMENTS TO INCOME
· ITEMIZED DEDUCTIONS
· DEDUCTIBLE RENTAL EXPENSES
· CHILD CARE EXPENSES
· ESTIMATED TAXES
· HOW LONG MUST I KEEP MY TAX RECORDS
· YEAR-END TAX PLANNING
The cost of the Guide is only $16.45 - postage included.
Send your check or money order for $16.45 payable to Taxes and Accounting, Inc. and your postal mailing address to -
2022 GUIDE TO TAX RETURN RECORDKEEPING
POST OFFICE BOX A
HAWLEY PA 18428