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well welcome everybody John said this is.going to take about a half an hour I.wouldn't think that it'd take that long.maybe 20 minutes or so but it is.important that we are you're all aware.of what the updates are that the IRS has.for us for this upcoming year and please.note that there's actually going to be a.second one of these presentations in.January the reason why I say that is.between now and then there can actually.be some changes that will will that will.be enacted by Congress we can never tell.these types of things and if nothing.else comes an uary if you have not heard.by then you can always check with us on.this and the other follow up broadcast.as to when the tenth tip or the actual.start date for the tax season because.right now it hasn't been finalized just.one of the things that's kind of unique.about this year we're gonna go ahead and.take you through what changes we do know.about and so what we'll do start with.federal tax law changes in effect for.tax year 2019 we'll also cover.additional 1040 related information and.correlating schedule changes the.schedules have changed for this year.just like they did last year they've.been updated again there's a new format.the 1040 SR for seniors you should be.aware of the tax cut job Act reminders.and again these started last year but.it's important to understand some of the.nuances that that are in place because.of this particular act of Congress the.iTunes and IP t-pins information and.finally just for some information in.general that you'll need to know before.the tax season so these are going to be.the things we're going to cover and I'm.going to start with federal tax law.changes in effect for 2019 now regarding.the Affordable Care Act a penalty for.not having health insurance will no.longer apply so the elimination of an.individual Penley means the following.first of all the removal of the health.insurance check box on form 1040 also.the removal of the penalty line on form.1040 schedule two and the elimination of.form.89 65 the health coverage exemption now.the other thing that you need to.remember though is that the ACA still.has some things that are in place.specifically this change to States and.also if you're going on to the exchanges.themselves to get your insurance or more.specifically your tax areas so how is.this going to look in the in the forum.itself in the 1040 form itself we're.going to go ahead and cago into this.upcoming year's form and you'll notice.when you're going through your client.data here.last year where the question was asked.are you have insurance over the course.here you'll notice that that's been.eliminated so next year's tax program.that comes out from cross-linked which.will come out at the beginning of.January you'll notice that instead it'll.be just replaced by something that says.hey if you did get insurance from the.marketplace you will go through this.questionnaire and you'll complete it so.just a quick fYI please remember there.is no penalty and because that.something's change however at the same.time be cognizant of the state you're in.because the states oftentimes have their.own mandates or rules as well okay let's.go back to the to the slide and the next.thing that we're going to talk about is.regarding alimony and divorces finalized.in 2019 and beyond alimony and separate.maintenance payments for divorces.finalized after 12 31 of 18 will do the.following first of all no longer be.deductible as an adjustment to income by.the payor spouse that's the least legal.designation of person that's paying out.on top of that no longer have to be.included as income to the receiving.spouse with again the legal death.designation for alimony payments for.divorce is finalized prior to 2019 the.old rules will still apply this is the.reason that alimony line still exists on.form 1040 Schedule one line 18 and if.the payor spouse is claiming a deduction.for the alimony paid the recipients.social security number and the date of.the divorce must be entered so very.quickly we're going to go back into the.program real quick and when I do this I.can go ahead and I can add my forms and.when I do so if I go to my schedule one.you'll notice that there is now a line.for alimony payment and again that line.18 right here alimony paid that will not.be for any any divorce that was.finalized in the beginning of 2019 and.Beyond but before that time you that is.what that line is for so it's not for.recent divorces but for once that.happens in arrears okay back to our.slide deck.next thing that we want to cover is.regarding the medical threshold on.schedule a please note that the adjusted.gross income threshold for medical.expenses has been increased this year to.10% from 7.5% from last year.also there's a new virtual currency.question on form 1040 scheduled one do.we actually write at the top of the.schedule it's very interesting it will.just simply ask whether or not an.individual has received any kind of.virtual virtual currency the reason why.the IRS added the following question.because at any time and this is the.question at any time during 2019 did you.receive cell send exchange or otherwise.acquire any financial interest in any.virtual currency and the question is.help educate taxpayers on the tax.consequences of engaging in virtual.currency transactions know one of the.consequences is that if a taxpayer uses.virtual currency to buy something the.IRS considers this a sale of a capital.asset and it must be reported on.Schedule B additionally if the taxpayer.received virtual currency it may be.considered income when it is received.for compensation for services performed.for someone and therefore must be.reported on the taxpayers income tax.return.okay very important and let's go ahead.and take a look at this one if we could.and again you'll notice on my schedule.one right at the top you're going to see.this and that's what this is pertaining.to so it is important that you do ask.your taxpaying client whether or not.they have received any kind of.compensation or any kind of virtual.currency over the course of the year.you.okay the IRS related information on.virtual currencies can be fine.found on the IRS website and please note.there are two different places you can.look virtual currencies page itself and.frequently asked questions on virtual.currency transactions.next up additional 1040 related.information first of all the tax year.2019 form 1040 has actually gone through.some changes.it will now print as two pages on top of.that that two pages will no longer be.able to fit on a single page as it did.last year I think you'll remember if you.were using our software even though.there were two short pages you can print.it onto one that will no longer be the.case for this upcoming year additional.changes to the form 1040 include the.following the capital gain or loss from.scheduled Eli was moved from form 1040.page one from schedule one on top of.that IRAs pensions and annuities are now.split out into two lines like they were.before tax year 2018 additionally the.signature area was moved to the bottom.of page two I believe it was a top of.page two or the bottom of page one last.year returned for an address and.third-party designee moved to form 1040.it was an added a line for the total.additional income from schedule one and.and added a line for the total.adjustments from schedule one okay so.those are the changes that we oh I'm.sorry and also remove the checkbox for.health insurance coverage which we cover.just a couple of minutes ago additional.changes or correlating schedule changes.since you remember we had some new.schedules last year we reduce those.numbers or more specifically the IRS.reduce those numbers so they'll now be.scheduled one which is additional income.adjustments to income and remove the.capital gain or loss schedule line.Schedule D line and added a line for.entering the original divorce or.separation agreement date for alimony.paid and/or received and you remember we.talked about that one that has to do.with alimony that you actually have to.put the date that that occurred the top.of that schedule to the one that has to.do with additional taxes you can sell.that in all of the taxes into two parts.the old schedules two and four so part.one will be the alternative minimum tax.and excess advanced premium tax credit.repayment and part two will be other.taxes such as the SE tax and additional.tax on iris and finally scheduled three.the additional credits and payments.we'll consider there will be a.consolidation of credits and other.payments into two parts this will be the.old schedules three and five and part.one will be non refundable credits and.the others will be the other will or.part two excuse me we other payments and.refundable credits okay.so again if I were to toggle into the.program very quickly here one of the.things that we're going to see is that.here's my schedule one if I were to add.forms now when you get when you get up.to this you only speed of course these.w-2s all that type of stuff but in your.in your under the 1040 this list of.Schedule one schedule - schedule three.as opposed to last two where there were.additional schedules.next up introducing 1040s par and I'm.sure some of you or if not all of you.have heard about this the 1040 SR is US.income tax returns for seniors well.what's it mean it was it was mandated by.the tax cuts and job Act so one of the.things is oh great there's a brand-new.Quon that's out there or another way to.complete the 1040 please know that it.was mandated because of law and it's for.taxpayers 65 years old or over and was.designed to improve readability for.older taxpayers declining vision so.what's it mean it's identical literally.the first thing you folks will need to.know is that identical to form 1040 with.the exception of having a larger font.size and the inclusion of a standard.deduction table for taxpayers that are.over 65 and/or blind it shares the.instructions with the 1040 so those are.all the exact same and the only impact.those who use tax software in which.version the 1040 will print from the.program itself I'm going to show you how.you can check the box if you have.somebody that's over 65 and wants to use.this this particular program one of your.tax payers please note that tax payers.under 65 will always use the 1040 those.who are over 65 can use the 1040 or the.1040 SR and how do you access or change.the program to a to an S are in ours.it's quite simple to do this one of the.things you're going to do is you will go.to the 1040 form itself let me go ahead.and close this so I went to the 1040.right up at the top the right hand.corner is 1040s our indicator now if you.click this this of course will crease.the font size when it prints and all the.things that we just talked about please.note that it's so if this is checked and.the taxpayer is under 65 years old it.will air during your verification stage.so this is specifically for people that.over 65 and it is not mandated that they.use it it's just a matter that it is an.option that is available to them okay so.back to the other things that are new.for this upcoming year for the next.thing we're going to talk about is is.tax cut some job acts reminder first of.all when it comes to child tax credit.the eligible child must have a social.security number to qualify for child tax.credit this was the same as the word.last year for children's iTunes they.will qualify for credit as other.dependents instead.and the credit is $2,000 for each credit.rarities for each child of which $1400.is edible as eligible to be refundable.and age qualification remains unchanged.and that means under study age 17 with.regard to credit for other dependents.which is where children with iTunes are.going to fall the $500 non-refundable.credit for children that are 17 18 or a.student as well as other qualifying.dependents.but regard to exemptions also simply.remember they are no longer applicable.continually reminders the standard.deduction standard deduction and of.course this started last year the.standard deduction increased.substantially and really what we find.out of that vast vast majority of.taxpayers are not taking standard.deductions what are the numbers for this.upcoming year Blair's followed $12,200.for single individuals twenty four.thousand four hundred for married filing.jointly and eighteen thousand three.hundred fifty dollars per head of.household I believe there was a slight.increase in each one of these due to.inflation from overlook tackle that they.were last year additional standard.deduction for aged and blind remains the.same which is thirteen hundred dollars.for married filing jointly for sixteen.hundred and fifty dollars for unmarried.okay when it comes to schedule a as a.tax deduction please note that the total.state and local income tax and real.estate taxes are limited to ten thousand.dollars so when you take a look at this.why is it that so many people are taking.standard deductions it's pretty obvious.when you take a look over the standard.action starts and the most that you're.going to be able to deduct from your.schedule a is ten thousand dollars.standard deductions make more and more.sense.when it comes to form 2106 please note.the form is no longer allowed to report.business expenses on Schedule A since.the miscellaneous itemized deductions.being subjected to percent of AGI have.been suspended.only applicable for certain business.expenses of reservists performing.artists and three based government.employees.when it comes to moving expenses the.forms 3903 please remember only members.of the military are allowed to deduct.moving expenses as an adjustment to.income.and when it comes to entertainment.expenses taxpayer can no longer take a.deduction for entertainment expenses or.membership dues that are for any club.organized for business pleasure.recreation or other social purposes and.this applies to Schedule C form 2106 as.well as other business form types the.1120s 1120 which is corporate to 1065.partnership as well as 1120s which is BS.corpse.next up items and IT pins a couple of.things of note the expiration of items.at the end of 2019 the following items.will expire and they must be renewed if.an individual wants to use one of them.on a 2019 federal return items with the.middle digits of 83 84 85 86 or 87 as.well as items that have not been used at.least once in the last three consecutive.years.okay when it comes to IPA I pants which.is these are the six digit numbers that.the Irish assigned individual who've.been victims of identity theft.a couple things of note the IRS is.expanding the use of the IP pit and.residents in the following states may.request one of the tax year 2019 and.they are in Michigan California Maryland.Nevada Delaware Illinois Rhode Island.Arizona Colorado Connecticut New Jersey.New Mexico New York North Carolina.Pennsylvania Texas and Washington you.see the list right there I rattles it.off but just take a moment and take a.look at that.taxpayer spouse can receive one of these.and if they have one they must enter it.or the returned will reject and finally.if they lose it they can retrieve it by.using get an IP pin tool on the IRS.website and I'm sure all of these looked.at the IRS website there's a plethora of.information is available this is a.perfect example this is where you would.retrieve something if you have lost an.IP pic.okay we want to finish up with some.information reminders regarding prepared.due diligence very important to note.that the form 88 67 which is the paid.preparers due diligence checklist has.the following applies to head of.household filing status etapa that.applies to credit for other dependents.and applies to Earned Income Tax Credit.it also applies to child tax credit.which includes the additional child tax.credit and applies to the American.Opportunity Education credit so as you.can see there's even more scrutiny on.the preparer that make sure that he or.she has gone through the due diligence.of checking the information with the tax.payer the five hundred and twenty dollar.penalty for failure to comply is with.each credit so it can be for a ITC child.tax credit a OTC and Head of House.filing status so why do I mention that.it's important to understand that the.potential penalty is on each return so.if you were out of clients with regard.to all of these on a single return your.actual potential penalty for one return.to be up to two thousand and eighty.dollars so again remember it's five.hundred twenty dollars every time you.are found.should you be audited and it is found.that your not compliant with the with.regard to doing your paid paid preparers.due diligence checklist and it has to do.with all of these different areas not.just some of them and you have to be.diligent excuse me you have to do your.due diligence and check them in the.return themselves now regarding.qualified business income deductions.first of all qualified business income.for 2019 an individual may be elavil.elem may be able to do that twenty.percent of the domestic qualified.business income from partnership as.Corpse as well as sole proprietorships.qualified business income is net income.from Schedule C partnership k1.subchapter S k1 and possibly rental.income reported on a Schedule E.for the vast majority of taxpayers over.90% this deduction is calculated as the.less lesser of the following 20% of the.qualified business income or 20% of the.tax will include excluding any kind of.capital gates but it's new for 2019 is.the form eight nine nine five which is.qualified business income simplified.calculation that has been added to show.the calculation of this deduction for.most taxpayers.in carrying on with regard to qualified.business income deduction for the.remaining 10% or so of taxpayer whose.income exceeds one hundred and fifty.seven thousand five hundred or three.hundred fifteen thousand for joint.filers the deduction is limited to as.follows.first of all for specified service.businesses the deduction begins to be.phased out once the income limit has.been reached on top of that for all.other businesses the deduction is.limited to 50% of the w-2 wages paid by.the business or 25% of the w-2 page.wages paid by the business plus two and.a half percent of the unadjusted basis.for all qualified property.now what's new for 2019 is formed 895 a.which is the qualified income deduction.has been added for those taxpayers that.are over the income limit to calculate.the deduction.there's also the following schedules.associated with form 89.95.a day on the schedule a which has.specified service trades or businesses.scheduled B aggregation of business.operations Schedule C lost netting and.carry forward and finally scheduled.these special rules for patrons of.agricultural or horticultural.cooperatives.now regarding rental activity and.qualified business income please note.that the safe harbor rule for when.rental real estate can be treated as a.qualified business income so what does.this mean the IRS issued a proposed.revenue procedure in early 2019 that.states the requirements for when rental.activity can qualify as a qualified.business income deduction and what is it.rental activity must meet all of the.following please remember it's all of.these first of all maintain separate.books and records for rental activity.the taxpayer must perform 250 or more.hours of rental services must maintain.records regarding the following hours.and description of all services that.have been performed dates on which such.services were performed in who performed.the services taxpayers must attach a.signed statement to the return attesting.that the rental activity meets all of.the above requirements this is kind of.important they're actually asking for.quite a bit of information when you want.to use rental properties as part of your.qbi sections.okay so finally I want to finish up with.a little bit of where you can find.additional information and then we'll.turn it back over to see if there are.any questions on the things that we've.covered always remember crossing text.cross link tax com is a great great.source for information it's continually.being updated and because of marks.connection with the IRS and the.difference to groups that he belongs.with business group he really does have.a good pulse on the things that are.changing and because of that please take.a look at our tax Resource Center some.of the helpful continuing updated.information that's located concludes the.following you know what pay prepare and.due diligence things to know for the.current year tax updates and even tax.cuts and Jobs Act because you know some.of these things do change ever so.slightly even if it's the amount of the.standard deductions from one year to the.next whatever it might be you can always.find that information and our tax.Resource Center additionally when it.comes to the tax cut and Jobs Act there.is additional information that's found.in IRS publications and there are two.that are very important publication 5307.which is tax reform basics for.individuals and families and finally.publication 53:18 which is tax reform.what's new for your business that.literally brings us to the end of my.particular presentation what I'd like to.do at this time it's turn it over to.John to see if there are any questions.that you might have in which this is why.we have mark available to us to go ahead.and give us more insight on any of the.questions you might have.so with that John thank you Steve so as.you were going to through the different.types of income Steven this may be I.think it's question for mark but where.would somebody go ahead and list.household help income you know are.recurring himself that that would be my.interpretation of the question I was.asked yes on every turn so I would go.and late the 1040 instructions give you.where that should go on the form and it.could it could be part of the wage line.or could be on another line um for other.income so I would go the 1040.instructions has detailed information on.that so I'll go ahead and read that and.the other income item and also.on the w-2 wages line has information on.that earlier you were talking about.business deductions or expenses and.artainment expenses and the fact that.they were forefront couldn't deduct for.profit one of the questions that came up.was will Chamber of Commerce memberships.be considered entertainment even though.those are typically for business leads.hmm great question mark you have a you.have a take on that one chamber of.commerce as opposed to club membership I.don't know that answer to that I mean.it's it probably would be deductible but.again you have to look and see I don't.think that I'm actually qualifies as.entertainment but again you need to do.some research to see just to be.absolutely certain um to go through on.that type of a question what type of.business is at a high level.qualify for TBI any business that's on.any any activity that you're in to make.a profit basically that qualifies as a.business so anything you're reporting on.the sole proprietorship on Schedule C.anything that you're doing you know.getting a few if you have a partnership.and you're getting that information of.your k1 or form 1120s again the rentals.depending on if you meet the or.qualifications but basically anything.you do is a Schedule C that's is a.that's usually considered a business and.would qualify for qbi okay Steve you had.shown some states in relation to the IP.K so the question that come up is it can.be they simply request if they're in one.of those states can they simply request.an IP ten from the IRS to prevent fraud.and if we the answer sighs yes I'll.verify with you mark you know there.would be.States you would be able to go to the.IRS website on get IP pain or the IP pin.website web page and IRS website and.they would give you more information.there will be a publication coming out.in the near future that helps explain.that but once you go on to to the Getae.PPN site then you need to go through the.verification the secure access to verify.who you are and then IRS will have.instructions of how to do that so.they'll have more instructions to come.on the IRS website on the IP pin page.and then there'll be a publication.coming out when that comes out I will do.a tax updates so people know where.that's at but again so that's where the.informational beans thank you and as a.reminder the tax updates Marc's talking.about is we provide those to you across.three different mediums depending on.what the update is and the impact of the.update which are emails that will go out.so you can register for those from our.website you can also as you mentioned go.to cross contacts calm and then visit.our tax Resource Center so all we post.it there and then additionally on the.social media sites you see listed on.your page in particular the Facebook.page on the Twitter page we will post.asset at the zoo as well mark back to.the entertainment expenses the.deductions the the question becomes and.I think the answer to this is it's no.longer deductible but I will verify with.you which is country club membership.that is used to host clients meetings.etc would that still be deductible no.that will not be deductible okay so.that's a change for for some of our.customers well actually that started.last year 2008 and beyond anything that.deals with entertainment and has.specifically that type of expense is no.longer deductible.okay and then what are the questions.that let's come up here hobby income are.there any of these this year for hobby.income same rules apply we've always.applied Dhabi hobby activities so you.have to go to the IRS website in the.publication instructions would would.explain when something is qualifies as a.hobby instead of a business when you're.reporting on the Schedule C or or that.type of thing so now the rules have not.changed as far as I know okay.several of you've asked in regards to.when cross link will be available for.the show depends on your product but I.can tell you that if your product is.either crossing 1040 desktop or cross.link online that those products will be.available maybe next week and when those.are available we will go ahead and send.an email notification out to you as well.as post to our social media accounts.once again you can see them on our.screen at this time notifying you that.the software is either available to.login if you're an online product or.download if you're across link desktop.okay then the unlock thing as we wrap up.here where we're about we'll past the.half hour we mentioned Steve thank you.very much for taking us through the.presentation mark very very late great.questions great question for everyone.those are very good excellent.that's my questions today and mark thank.you very much for answering those.questions as our expert one of the.values you get with prospect is that we.actually do have a government liaison.who has access to this information and.if you are not familiar with the.cross-linked tax Resource Center on our.website I do highly recommend you take a.look there is a ton of information there.that is extremely important for you as a.professional.tax preparer with that thank you very.much for your time and this concludes.today's webinar.

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How can I fill out an IRS form 8379?

Your question makes no sense. The form and instructions are a free download from the IRS website. See Forms and Pubs Index Search Are you really asking about Innocent Spouse Relief? The IRS says- “Don’t file Form 8379 if you are claiming innocent spouse relief. Instead, file Form 8857.”

For taxes, does one have to fill out a federal IRS form and a state IRS form?

No, taxes are handled separately between state and federal governments in the United States.The IRS (Internal Revenue Service) is a federal, not state agency. You will be required to fill out the the necessary tax documentation for your federal income annually and submit them to the IRS by April 15th of that year. You can receive extensions for this; but you have to apply for those extensions. As far as state taxes go, 41 states require you to fill out an income tax return annually. They can either mail you those forms or they be downloaded from online. They are also available for free at various locations around the state.Nine states have no tax on personal income, so there is no need to fill out a state tax return unless you are a business owner. Reference: www.irs.gov

How do I fill out a CLAT 2019 application form?

How do I fill out the college preference form of the CLAT 2019? If you are AIR 1 and eligible for admission to all 21 NLUs, which one would you prefer? That is your first choice. Your first choice is not available. Out of the remaining 20, you are eligible for all 20. Which one will you prefer? That is your second choice. Your second choice is not available. Out of the remaining 19, you are eligible for all 19. Which one will you prefer? That is your third choice. Repeat the process till you have ranked all 21 NLUs. All the best.

How do I fill out the NEET 2019 application form?

Though the procedure is same as last earlier only the dates has been changed (tentative) yet to be announced by cbse u can fill form in October for the exam of February and in March for the exam of may if u r not satisfied with ur previous performance. All the best

Which IRS forms do US expats need to fill out?

You could ask the IRS, but if they give you wrong advice and you follow it, that won’t save you from getting fined (or possibly serving jail time). Otherwise, see Mike Breen’s post, which summarises the situation well. Of course, that’s the current filing burden; if they “simplify” the tax code, the burden will surely go up.

How can I fill out the BITSAT Application Form 2019?

Hi dear First You have To sign Up Registration On BITSAT official website, and then fill up all of requirement they have to Know after registration successfully you have to fill login detail on the official website to process application form for different course you have to become eligible , for more detail all about you can Click Here

How do I file a tax extension for a trust?

Yes do that. If you don't file tax return within due date, IRS can charge you penalty. The late filing penalty is 5% of the additional taxes owed amount for every month (or fraction thereof) your return is late, up to a maximum of 25%. If you file more than 60 days after the due date, the minimum penalty is $135 or 100% of your unpaid tax, whichever is smaller. So a small 4868 on a minimum saves you $135

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