The EY Tax Guide 2016 is a Great Resource for Taxpayers to Stay Aware of the Issues and Plan Accordingly
Greg Rosica, Contributing Author to the EY Tax Guide 2016 and Tax Partner
(New York, NY, Thursday, March 31, 2016) – It is tax time! Every year there are changes in the tax law that we need to be aware of and understand. Tax laws can be confusing and complex, especially if you are self-employed. You want to be prepared and avoid filing errors and penalties at all cost.
Tax Expert Offers Tips on How to Deal with New Tax Laws, How They Apply, Tax Breaks, Deductions and Common Filing Errors
With the federal tax filing deadline just a few weeks away, it is essential to educate yourself on how the latest laws will affect your tax and financial situation. With the tax landscape continuing to change every year, it’s important for taxpayers to stay aware of the issues and plan accordingly.
Greg Rosica, contributing author to the EY Tax Guide 2016 and tax partner, can provide information on recent tax law changes and what you need to know to prepare for the 2015 income tax return filing season. In addition, he will discuss money-saving tax tips, information for the self-employed, steps to take now that can make tax filing easier and the most easily overlooked deductions and common filing errors.
According to Greg, every IRS change affects somebody, whether its income earners or investors, students or retirees, renters or lessors, business owners or partners, charity workers or leading philanthropists. Perhaps most top-of-mind to taxpayers this year is healthcare, but there are many more life situations to consider as you make adjustments to your 2015 tax profile and plan ahead for 2016.
- What do taxpayers need to know about the recent tax law changes?
- What steps can taxpayers take now that can make tax filing easier?
- How do taxpayers deal with items such as the tax treatment of mutual funds?
- How does the Affordable Care Act impact taxpayers this year?
- What are the most common tax-filing errors and overlooked tax deductions?
- Where do we go for more information?