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The Weekly (Tax)Buzz – September 1, 2021

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares If you feel like the news is tough to keep up with these days, you aren’t alone. Every week, we publish a curated list of some of the top articles in tax and finance. Tune in every Wednesday to read the latest thought leadership pieces from our favorite bloggers, US tax proposals, tax

IRS Crushes Credit Counseling Groups Claiming Non-Profit Status

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesIRS Crushes Credit Counseling Groups Claiming Non-Profit Status Many credit counseling groups claim they are in it just to help you and not make a profit as indicated by their charitable organization status. The IRS is not happy. IRS Crushes Credit Counseling Groups Claiming Non-Profit Status For the last five years, the IRS has

Federal Proposal to Increase Tobacco and Nicotine Products Taxes

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Key Findings: The Tobacco Tax Equity Act would double taxes on cigarettes and equalize rates on all other tobacco and nicotine products to match the new higher cigarette rate. The increase would result in substantial increases on chewing tobacco (2,034 percent), pipe tobacco (1,651 percent), and snuff (over 1,677 percent). Vapor products, which

Funding The Baby Adoption Process

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesFunding The Baby Adoption Process A baby adoption is not an inexpensive process. Many hopeful parents discard the idea of a baby adoption early because they do not realize that there are both private and government resources that are available to help prospective adoptive parents, which will aid in the costs associated with travel,

Firm Guides Parents Through College Savings Plans

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesFirm Guides Parents Through College Savings Plans According to a survey conducted by the New York-based College Board, college tuition costs are rising faster than the pace of inflation. Between 1993 and 2003, for example, the average cost of tuition and fees for four years rose 47 percent at public colleges and 42 percent

Don’t Add More Temporary Tax Policies in Budget Reconciliation

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares As policymakers consider using the budget reconciliation process to make tax changes and enact new spending programs, they may be inclined to add to an already growing list of temporary tax provisions. New temporary tax policy should be avoided in reconciliation. Temporary policy creates uncertainty for taxpayers and scheduling more expirations will add

Deficits and Disapprovals | Tax Policy Center

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares The budget deficit may reach nearly $3.12 trillion this year. The Biden Administration’s mid-session budget review projects the deficit for the fiscal year ending September 30 will hit $3.114 trillion, down about $550 billion from its May estimate and a bit lower than last year’s deficit of $3.129 trillion. This year’s deficit will

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