Family Child Care 2022 Tax Workbook and Organizer (Redleaf Business) (Paperback)
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Family child care providers filing their own taxes save time and money at tax season with this essential perennial resource. As tax season approaches each year, thousands of family child care providers save time and money using the Workbook and Organizers. The most comprehensive resource available, this book contains up-to-date guidance so family child care providers can accurately complete their own tax returns and take advantage of all the business deductions they are entitled to claim. With closures and other challenges associated with COVID-19, preparing your taxes for 2022 may be more complicated than ever. The authors attends IRS seminars so you don't have to The Family Child Care 2022 Tax Workbook and Organizer contains information on:
How to report stimulus checks How to report unemployment benefits How to treat SBA loan programs: Paycheck Protection Program and Economic Injury Disaster Loans What's deductible because of COVID-19.
About the Author
Tom Copeland is the nation's leading expert on the business of family child care. A renowned tax and child care business specialist and licensed attorney, Tom received his BA from Macalester College, and JD from William Mitchell College of Law. He is the author and coauthor of numerous books including Family Child Care Contracts & Policies, Family Child Care Record-Keeping Guide, Managing Legal Risks in Early Childhood Programs, Family Child Care Marketing Guide, Family Child Care Money Management and Retirement Guide, Family Child Care Business Planning Guide, Family Child Care Legal & Insurance Guide, annual editions of Family Child Care Tax Workbook and Organizer, and Family Child Care Tax Companion, and Family Child Care Inventory Keeper. Bill Porter became a tax professional in 2008 when he started his company Pride Tax Preparation in the suburbs of Minneapolis, Minnesota. After passing the "Special Enrollment Examination" with the IRS to become an Enrolled Agent, he soon realized that most tax returns of child care providers were either incorrect or missing important deductions, so he decided to specialize his business towards helping child care providers. When preparing tax returns, he focuses on ensuring everything is correct and using all allowable deductions so his clients can have the best outcome.