article thumbnail

Looking Ahead to Your 2024 Tax Return

Money Talk

With the 2023 tax filing deadline in the rear view mirror, now is a good time to look ahead to 2024 taxes that you will owe in April 2025. This post extends that discussion with a description of seven key steps to take to plan for your 2024 tax return due in 2025. The IRS withholding estimator can help make this calculations.

Taxes 123
article thumbnail

Preparing for Your Tax Preparer

Money Talk

With income tax season well underway, many people are getting ready to see a tax preparer to get their 2023 income tax return prepared and filed before April 15, 2024. Some may have a long-standing tax pro while others are selecting a tax preparer for the first time. About half of U.S. About half of U.S.

Taxes 125
Insiders

Sign Up for our Newsletter

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

article thumbnail

Ten Tax Planning Tips for 2022

Money Talk

Now that 2021 income tax season has been over for a month and the dust has settled, it is time to start some serious tax planning for 2022. Planning now provides seven months to take action and/or implement changes to avoid a stressful “tax scramble” at the end of the year. assets that are taxed in different ways).

Taxes 262
article thumbnail

Tax-Deferred Retirement Savings Plans in Later Life

Money Talk

One of the niche audiences for my business, Money Talk , is older adults grappling with financial issues such as creation of a retirement “paycheck,” paying taxes on required minimum distributions (RMDs), and simplifying financial accounts. Tax-free accounts (e.g., Tax-free accounts (e.g., Tax-deferred accounts (e.g.,

Taxes 190
article thumbnail

HR Playbook: How Paycor Helps You Manage Compliance Risk

There are few certainties in life. Changing compliance laws. Keeping up is a full-time job many companies can’t staff. That’s why finding the right HR provider is critical. Learn how Paycor helps you stay ahead.

article thumbnail

Year-End Tax Moves to Save Money

Money Talk

As the year winds down so, too, does your opportunity to take proactive steps to reduce 2023 income tax due in April 2024 and, perhaps, taxes due in future years as well. Below are some money-saving tax planning strategies to consider. tax-deferred retirement plan contributions and charitable gifting) are already accounted for.

Taxes 202
article thumbnail

Ten Tips for Tax Withholding on Multiple Income Streams

Money Talk

A big concern of people with multiple income streams is adequate tax withholding. Nobody want to pay the IRS tax underpayment penalty, which is 0.5% of the amount owed for each month or partial month of unpaid taxes. mutual fund dividend and capital gain distributions), and tax withholding. In other instances (e.g.,

Taxes 277
article thumbnail

The Ultimate Guide to Hiring and Running Payroll for Global Talent Compliantly

Download the eBook to learn how: EORs solve global expansion risks like tax and talent issues. Employ global talent without worrying about complex compliance regulations, local labor laws, and hidden risks. EORs help with compliance. To choose the right EOR.

article thumbnail

Using an HSA to Save for Health Care in Retirement

With our new report, “Using an HSA to Save for Health Care in Retirement,” you can get insights on the costs of a modern retirement and dive into the details of the triple-tax benefits HSAs offer. With a health savings account (HSA), you can relieve the burden of health care costs for both you and your employees.

article thumbnail

10 Things You Need to Know About Payroll-Only Registration

This option allows foreign employers with no entity in-country to make special “payroll-only” registrations with in-country tax and social security bodies so they can issue a local payroll. Simple, right? Before you go forward with payroll-only registration as a solution, you should know it’s more complex than just filing some paperwork.