Your 2020 tax return and the Recovery Rebate Credit

The 2020 Recovery Rebate Credit (RRC) was implemented during the 2020 tax year on form 1040 as part of the CARES Act which became law in March of that year. The first and second round of stimulus checks were advance payments of the 2020 Recovery Rebate Credit. The RRC ensures that everyone who should have received …

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IRS gives retirees a longer life in 2022

In early 2020, the CARES Act dropped the required minimum distribution (RMD) requirement for year 2020. However, if you received a RMD from your retirement account in prior years, you may realize that life expectancy tables are used to calculate your annual RMD amount. Don’t miss: IRS transcripts masked for identity protection To calculate an …

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CARES Act changes 401K loan rules

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Congress issued the CARES Act, which expands eligibility and alters the regulations regarding 401(k) loans. The CARES Act allows you to borrow 100% of your account balance up to $100,000 (less any previously outstanding loans), which is a significant increase from the $50,000 limit prior to the act. Currently, …

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