November 6, 2014
In 2015, for the third year in a row, the basic Medicare Part B premium will stay at $104.90 a month. However, taxpayers with Modified Adjusted Gross Income (MAGI) from two years ago exceeding a threshold amount will pay higher monthly premiums. For example, an individual with a federal filing status of married filing jointly with 2013 MAGI of $170,001–$214,000 will pay $146.90 in 2015 for Part B premiums. If their 2013 income was $214,001–$320,000 their premiums will be $209.80. See www.medicare.gov/your-medicare-costs/part-b-costs/part-b-costs.html for a 2015 premium rate table.
– Thomson Reuters
2019 income tax filing deadline extended
The US Treasury Secretary announced March 20, 2020 the deadline to file 2019 individual income tax returns has been extended to July 15, 2020. In a previously released statement, Oregon Department of Revenue indicated they would conform the state filing deadline with any changes made at the federal level. We will...
The Federal government retroactively extended many tax breaks that may affect your 2019 and 2018 tax returns. Extended tax breaks that impact personal income tax returns include:
It has come to our attention that at least one client has received an email appearing to be from “Steve Greer” that asks the recipient to click a link to retrieve documents. This email is a hoax and should be deleted immediately – DO NOT click on the link provided.
If you receive an email that appears suspicious, the first step you should follow...