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Demian & Company, LLC is a professional Certified Public Accounting (CPA) Firm with two locations located in Cranford, NJ and East Brunswick, NJ that specializes in providing individuals and businesses with a full range of Accounting, Tax Preparation, Estate & Trust Planning, Payroll, Entity Selection & Restructuring, Wealth Management, and Litigation Services. We also offer comprehensive IRS Settlement assistance.
Tax Tips for Individuals & Businesses
You might feel like tax season barely wrapped up—and you’d be right. However, now is the best time to start thinking about your 2022 taxes and taking steps to prepare for filing your next return. Planning ahead and preparing well in advance of the year’s end can have numerous benefits for you. But how can you start working towards a better tax situation for your 2022 return? Here are a few things you can do right now.
If you use any of the IRS’s online tools—including the Child Tax Credit Update Portal, receiving copies of your tax transcript, and viewing payment agreements with the IRS—the way you access those tools will be changing soon. As of summer 2022, you’ll have to create an account using a third-party identity verification company called ID.me, and that may require submitting a selfie. Here’s what you need to know.
Last year, more than 30 million taxpayers had their tax returns delayed after filing. Could the same thing happen to you this year? Whether you’ve already filed and are waiting for your return to be processed, or you’re still waiting to file, you might be wondering just how long it’s going to take for your return to be finalized. Due to long-time staff shortages, as well as the added work that came from distributing stimulus checks and advanced child tax credit payments, the IRS is running more behind than usual. Here’s what you need to know about the IRS backlog, and the likelihood of your return being delayed this year.