Many people experienced unpleasant tax surprises when they filed their taxes in 2022, even more than in the past. We have CPA Ryan Fair on the show to help explain why there was an increase in tax surprises, how you can avoid them, and what to do if you face the nastiest of tax surprises - a tax notice? That and more on this episode of the Wise Money Show.
Did you trade cryptocurrency in 2021? What about repaying a Coronavirus Related Distribution? Those are just a couple of the unique issues you may face when filing your taxes this year. Guest Ryan Fair, CPA, CFP® joins us to bring clarity to these tax changes and others on this week's episode of Wise Money!
Season 7 Episode 29
It's tax season again, and this one comes with a host of new rules just like the last several. What tax planning strategies should you be on the lookout for this tax season and ready to implement before you file your taxes? That and more on this hour of Wise Money.
Season 7 Episode 26
What are the contribution limits to IRA’s, 401(k)’s, and HSA’s for 2022 and how should that influence your tax shelter strategy? We’ve got those answers coming up, but more important than that, what is your overarching tax shelter strategy? That and more coming up in this episode of the Wise Money Show!
Season 7 Episode 17
Two tax credits got a facelift for 2022 and are now significantly more beneficial to families, only if you’re eligible. In this episode of The Wise Money Show, we’re going to explain the important changes to these tax credits, the Child Tax Credit and the Child and Dependent Care Credit, and share options on how you can maximize their benefit to you.
Season 7 Episode 16
An often misunderstood tax rule is also one that is extremely important and relevant to the average person: the tax exemption for selling your house. Is the entire sale price taxable? What if you sell a house you inherited? What does a primary or principal residence actually mean? CPA Ryan Fair joins us back on the Wise Money Show to discuss these often misunderstood rules.
Season 7 Episode 7
Taxes can become confusing when your dependent children get jobs and begin earning income. Do they need to file a tax return? Can I still claim them as a dependent? CPA Ryan Fair join us on this episode of Wise Money to sort out these confusing tax rules and more.
Season 7 Episode 6
The Biden Administration has been floating ideas about how they plan to increase taxes to help cover more spending in the future. What are the ways you can prepare for higher tax rates in the future? We’re hitting that and more in this episode of Wise Money!
Season 6 Episode 33
The latest stimulus plan brought on significant tax changes, some of which even impact your return for 2020. Changes include the extension of the tax filing deadline to May 17, 2021, taxation on unemployment benefits, additional stimulus payments, and changes to the child tax credits. We’re sharing details with you in this episode of Wise Money.
Season 6 Episode 30
The CARES Act gave people unprecedented access to their retirement accounts during the pandemic. A Kiplingers poll showed an alarming statistic, that nearly 25% of Americans withdrew or borrowed from their retirement to cover basic living expenses during the pandemic. Is there an unintended consequence to withdrawing funds early? We’re hitting that and more in this episode of Wise Money!
Season 6 Episode 29