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How are Capital Gains Reported on Form 1120-S Taxed?

Reporting capital gains as a business when taxed as an S-corp means using two forms. One of those forms is called 1120-S. We will go through what this form is and how capital gains are reported on it.

Nov 1, 2022

How Long Can Capital Gains be Carried Forward?

The IRS offers a variety of instructions concerning gains or losses resulting from the sale of capital assets. These include capital gains tax rates, short-term versus long-term capital gains, and carry forwards/carry overs.  

Oct 31, 2022

Does Standard Deduction Apply to Capital Gains?

The U.S. income tax code, officially designated the Internal Revenue Code (IRC), is a large document that was enacted by the U.S. Congress through Title 26. Additional tax guidance is located in Treasury regulations, sometimes referred to as federal tax regulations.  

Oct 30, 2022

What is the Deadline for Paying Capital Gains Tax?

If you sell an asset for profit and make a capital gain, you must pay capital gains tax. Like all other tax liabilities, you must pay your capital gains tax according to IRS deadlines. For capital gains, payment is typically due based on when you sold the asset and before you file your return.  

Oct 29, 2022

Do You Pay Capital Gains Tax on Divorce Settlements? 

During a divorce settlement, spouses must decide how to divide their property and assets. Knowing your tax liability regarding your divorce settlement proceedings can help you minimize loss and have a solid financial footing.   

Oct 28, 2022

Who Pays Capital Gains Tax on a Deceased Estate?

A critical goal for many investors is to preserve and enhance the value of the assets they can distribute to their heirs. When a person dies, their assets typically enter probate for distribution. The asset's value is determined before disposition during the probate process. That's one reason why the step-up provision of capital gains taxation is an integral aspect of estate planning.

Oct 27, 2022

Are Capital Gains Taxed at a Higher Rate?

If you’ve sold any kind of capital asset, you might have received a profit on that sale. This is also known as capital gain or capital gains. And if you’ve sold any kind of capital asset for a profit, you might have to pay taxes on those capital gains. But how much? Are capital gains taxed at a higher rate, then say, ordinary income? 

Oct 26, 2022

What Improvements Are Allowed for Capital Gains Tax?

Capital gains taxes on the sale of a home can be significant. However, with some good planning and record keeping, homeowners may be able to reduce their capital gains.

Oct 24, 2022

How Much Is the Capital Gains On Stocks?

Before investing in stocks, it’s important to understand how capital gains taxes work. These taxes are applied to the sale of assets like stocks and bonds as well as physical investments like real estate. Capital gains taxes will affect your total returns, so you’ll need to keep them in mind when deciding which stocks to buy or sell. Here’s everything you need to know about capital gains on stocks in 2022.  

Oct 23, 2022

What Documents Do I Need for Capital Gains Tax?

As you probably already know, the IRS recently received a significant infusion of funds from the Inflation Reduction Act. The IRS is hoping to increase the audit rate from its current sub-one percent performance, focusing on higher-income tax returns. Examining higher income returns makes sense, as does investigating returns with income from sources that aren’t easily verified. For example, the IRS reports that for ordinary wages and salary income, compliance with reporting and paying income tax is nearly perfect. In contrast, for income from harder-to-verify sources like small businesses, noncompliance may be as high as 55 percent.

Oct 22, 2022

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