What are “excess Social Security taxes” and how do some taxpayers get a refund of those taxes? Let’s take a look.
Iowa taxes get quirky when married couples file separate tax returns. Today’s post will focus on a couple of filing basics when filing separately, as well as how to account for basic things such as W-2 income.
If a not-for-profit loses its corporate status at the state level, does this affect its tax-exempt status with the IRS?
Iowa’s taxation of married couples has quirks that can throw a taxpayer or tax preparer for a loop. We’ll discuss these quirks in a series of blog posts over the coming months.
This 13th post about the history of marriage in the tax code pulls together the previous 12 parts in one place, with links below.