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- When’s your personal tax return due? April 15, but you can file an extension to submit it on October 15
- What’s the penalty for not filing a 5500 first solo 401(k)? About $750
- I have a C Corp with no business; do I still need to file? Yes; if filing as a corporation that exists, you are required to file a return, but partnership rules are a bit different
- What’s the $250,000 of income are total asset value? Total value of all assets; not for an IRA, but a 401(k)
- What deductions can I take as a W2 contractor? Most employee reimburse expenses were removed; take standard deduction, or itemize without reimburse expenses
- Can I reimburse health insurance from the S Corp I own? Yes, but you account that as wages, so you're paying tax on it
- How do you report and issue a 1099 MISC? Report payments of more than $600 made to others that are not corporations on the 1099 MISC form with the vendor’s name on it
- What’s required to move an existing business to an opportunity zone? You can’t take something you already own and make it into an opportunity zone property, unless somebody's investing in it that's not related to you
- What's the difference between an opportunity zone and 1031 exchange? 1031 exchange is for real estate only, and you have to exchange property for more real estate
- Where do I find areas that are opportunity zones? Is there a Website? Yes, just search for Opportunity Zone Heat Map on Google
- Can we write off repair expenses, like roof shingles for personal hall? No because It is personal property; you can’t write things off for repairing your house
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