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Changes that Will Affect Your Taxes without Congress Intervention

By February 1, 2022January 31st, 2024Uncategorized

Increased child tax credit & monthly payments

  • The monthly payments from the IRS per child will stop this year unless Congress extends them.
  • The credit is also being reduced from up to $3,600 per child and fully refundable, back to its former self of a max of $2,000 per child and only $1,400 is refundable

Meals Fully Deductible

  • As of now qualified business meals are 100% deductible. This is set to expire at the end of 2022.
  • We will then revert back to a 50% deductible rate

Child Care Cost & Credit

  • Currently, this credit is 50% of the cost and maxed out at $4,000 for one child or $8,000 for two or more children
  • This will revert back to its former self of $1,050 for one child and $2,100 for two or more children

Charitable Contributions Ending

  • In 2020 & 2021 if you contributed cash to a charity you were able to take a deduction up to $300 or $600 respectively regardless of whether you itemized or not.

Mortgage Insurance Deduction (PMI)

  • For individuals that are able to itemize congress allows the write-off of your mortgage insurance payments also known as PMI. As of 12/31/2021, this has ended and not been renewed.

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