You would love to file your own taxes but...
You do not know this
You feel that way...
You miss whatever
Welcome to the
Blueprint to Deductions Workshop
Take the workshop from anywhere you want at your own pace.
Get access to your own study guide so you can navigate taxes easily
Learn from the best
Ley Ebrada will be teaching you first hand all the secrets about taxes.
Here's what's included:
4 modules of video course content from Ley Ebrada herself
Self assessment quizes so you can test your knowledge
Study guide with all the information you need to fill your taxes with confidence
YOUR BEST TAX STRATEGY
Understanding what is the best strategy to you can help you maximize tax breaks and minimize tax liabilities.
Tax rules can be complicated, but taking some time to know and use them for your benefit can change how much you end up paying (or getting back) when you file. Here are some key tax planning and tax strategy concepts to understand before you make your next money move.
BASIC DEDUCTIONS AND ESTIMATED TAX PAYMENTS
Did you know you can lower the amount of taxes you owe by deducting certain amounts from your taxable income? Understand what tax deductions work best for you.
HOW TO PAY YOURSELF
DEPRECIATION AND BONUS DEPRECIATION
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What is the age limit for claiming my child as a dependent?
To claim your child as a dependent, he or she must be younger than 19 years old, be a student younger than 24 years old, or be permanently or totally disabled. Additionally, your child must claim dependent status on his or her tax return.
If I share custody of my child, for whom I pay child support for, with my former spouse, can I claim him or her on my tax return?
You cannot claim your child in your tax return if he or she lives with you less than half of the year unless the custodial parent has signed a Form 8332. However, if you can claim the tax return if you provide more than half of their living expenses for at least six months of the tax year.
How can I notify the IRS that I’ve changed my mailing address?
There are several ways for you to inform the IRS that your mailing address has changed. You can fill out and submit Form 8822 (or Form 8822-B if you have a business), use your new address when you file this year’s taxes, or through a written statement or oral notification.