2018 & 2019 see another round of expired tax provisions brought back from the dead.
Employers may need to use two different systems to calculate federal withholding beginning in 2020. The new system is required for new hires after 12/31/2019.
We’ve gotten quite a few questions about Iowa tax law changes in 2019. With the accumulation of non-conformity with federal tax law since 2014, Iowa taxes in…… Read more “Iowa tax changes”
IRS has released a draft version of the W-4 form employees give to their employers to determine their federal income tax withholding. The new version will be…… Read more “New withholding forms in 2020”
Farmers have been particularly affected by complexities in the new tax law. Due to this, the IRS announced today, February 28, qualifying farmers may file their returns…… Read more “IRS Extends Farmer Deadline”
As if all of the changes in the federal tax code (and the noncompliance by Iowa) in 2018 weren’t enough, we find the situation further complicated for…… Read more “Three buckets for cooperative sales”
IR-2019-03, January 16, 2019 WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service announced today that it is waiving the estimated tax penalty for many taxpayers whose 2018 federal income…… Read more “Underpayment penalty relaxed”
With much of this website devoted to the major changes in the Federal tax code, one may wonder how their own taxes will fare. As of this…… Read more “When will tax season start?”
We’ve always believed in ‘keeping it local’ whenever possible. We’re in the process of moving our internet service to Southwest Iowa Fiber Technology in the very near…… Read more “New internet provider”
In changing web hosting vendors, we managed to crash our e-mail for a day on August 2nd. It all seems to be working well now. We apologize…… Read more “Email crash”