This tool uses the latest information provided by the IRS including changes due to tax reform and is current and valid for 2022 taxes. Gather your tax documents including W-2s, 1099s, and other income and expense statements to complete the information. Click on each question in the drop down menu and type in your answer. Explanations for each question are provided below in the chart. If you have questions about your tax return a Tax Pro can help.
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Estate Tax Calculator
Estate planning is important. And that’s why it matters who does your taxes™. Our Tax Pros are experts at uncovering every deduction and credit you and your family deserve, guaranteed. Our Estate Tax Liability Calculator below only gives an approximate estimate. See your neighborhood Tax Pro for the most accurate estimate today.
Estate tax planning is very important to preserving your wealth for future generations. Knowing your potential estate tax liability is a great place to start your estate tax plan. Use this calculator to project the value of your estate, and the associated estate tax, for the next ten years. This calculator uses the rules passed into law as part of the "2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act." Please be aware that certain estate planning documents, which are beyond the scope of this calculator, may be necessary in order for assets to be distributed according to your wishes.
How to calculate your tax refund
Grab your tax documents and be ready to answer questions about your current income. Visit your neighborhood Tax Pro to better serve you. We’re open nights and weekends.
The tax implications of buying investments
Find out about the tax implications of buying investments, whether rental property or a partnership in an S Corporation.
What You Need to Know About Retirement Contributions
You can contribute up to $6,000 to your Individual Retirement Account (IRA) if you have earned income from a job or self-employment and you are under age 72. If you are age 50 or older, you may contribute up to $7,000.
Tax Breaks & Deductions for Homeowners
Owning a home offers a tremendous amount of tax benefits that can help offset other financial burdens like high mortgage payments. Here are the tax breaks that may be available to you as a homeowner to help reduce your tax bill. For more information, refer to IRS Publication 503.