- 1040 – Personal Income Tax Organizer
- Schedule E – Rental / Royalties Income Checklist
- Schedule C – Sole Proprietorship / Single Member LLC Checklist
Tax Preparation Engagement Letters
- 1040 Tax Preparation Engagement Letter
- 1041 Tax Preparation Engagement Letter
- 1065 Tax Preparation Engagement Letter
- 1120 Tax Preparation Engagement Letter
- 1120S Tax Preparation Engagement Letter
- Basic Instructions for Form W-9
- 1099-Misc Request Form
- Tax Due Dates
- North Carolina Annual Report Due Dates – The due date for an annual report depends upon the type of business entity your company is. The chart below explains the due dates by entity type.
- Payroll – Gusto (10% discount)
- Health Reimbursement Arrangements (HRAs)
- Tax Rates – 2021
- Tax Rates – 2020
- Tax Rates – 2019
- Tax Due Dates
- Make a payment to the IRS
- Not sure if you are required to file a Federal Tax Return? Here is a link to the IRS website where you can answer some questions to determine if you are required to do so. — Do I need to File a Federal Tax Return? –
How to add Proactive Accounting Team to your QuickBooks Online (QBO)
- Sign in to QuickBooks Online.
- Click the Gear Icon > Manage Users.
- Go to the Accountants section and click Invite Accountant.
- Enter SMELLINGER@PROACTIVEAT.COM in accountant’s email address.
- Enter Sherrie Mellinger in the first and last name box. This step is optional.
- Click Next.
- Click Finish.
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Where’s My Refund?
The IRS generally issues refunds within 21 days from the time you e-file or 6 weeks from the time you file by mail. However, to check the status of your fund, you can simply visit www.irs.gov/refunds to check your status.
Q & A
Question: I’ve been divorced and making alimony payments to my ex-spouse since 2015. I’ll make alimony payment of $24,000 in 2018. I heard that the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) doesn’t allow me to deduct my alimony payment on my income tax. – John S.
Answer: You will continue to deduct your alimony payment from your income tax and your ex-spouse must claim it as income. The new rule applies to those entering their divorce or separation agreement after December 31, 2018.
Question: I own a marketing agency and I routinely entertain prospective clients and current clients golfing at my country club, attending a college basketball game, football game, etc. I spend about $12,000 per year. Can I deduct 50% or 100% of that cost? – Ken M.
Answer: Any expenses prior to 2018, you were able to deduct 50% of the entertainment cost. However, any entertainment expenses after 2017, you are not able to deduct any of it until 2026 under the TCJA.