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Toyota is the latest auto manufacturer to sell enough plug-in electric vehicles to trigger a gradual phaseout of federal tax incentives for specified models sold in the U.S.
The next time you contact the IRS by phone, it’s likely that you’ll end up speaking to a voice bot. The IRS launched “authenticated” voice bots this year, and they’re now operating at 100% capacity.
The SECURE Act 2.0 bill has taken another step closer to becoming law. On June 22, the Senate Finance Committee unanimously approved its version of the bill, now dubbed the Enhancing American Retirement Now (EARN) Act.
Leading electric automakers have asked Congressional leaders to give all electric car and light truck buyers a tax credit of up to $7,500, saying they believe “a sunset date set for a time when the EV market is more mature” makes good economic and environmental sense.
Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives have asked IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig to increase the 2022 standard mileage rate used to deduct the cost of operating a vehicle for business purposes.
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You may be wondering, “where’s my refund?” To find out, pull out your smart phone and download the IRS’s mobile app, IRS2GO. The IRS says your refund status should be available within 24 hours after it receives your e-filed return, or about four weeks after it receives your mailed paper return.
Like most income, tips in the service industry are taxable. Learn how to account for this if you’re an employee working in the service industry or if you’re an employer of tipped workers.