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Music hi my name is Finn Presley and welcome to McDermott tax dates I'm joined today by my partner Judith Ethel and we're here to talk about some of the ways that the new tax reform legislation is going to impact your employee benefit plans specifically your fringe benefits and your health and welfare plans Judith start us off with the new Family Medical Leave Tax Credit oh this is an exciting one Finn I'm really jazzed about this this is basically money on the table for employers and they need to be focused on this for 2022 and 2022 if you're paying any portion of wages for certain individuals who are on FMLA you can take a tax credit it's exciting and I think people aren't really focused on it right now so you want to dig down and get some more information as I said it's limited to certain employees it's only employees making less than 72 thousand dollars a year but many employers are already providing this program so why not get the benefit exactly something else that came out of the new tax reform legislation is the repeal of the individual mandate beginning in 2022 now employers are interested in this but I don't think we're gonna see a lot of changes to employee benefit plans we may see a slight dip in enrollment of some folks deciding that they're gonna waive their health insurance beginning in 2022 but I don't think it's gonna be much of a material change a lot of employers have also asked that that's going to mean ACA reporting goes away and unfortunately right now for the time being ACA reporting is still here to stay as long as we have the employer mandate we're still gonna have to do that 1095-c each year that's not good news not so much ah speaking of bad news with more bad news on some of the taxable fringe benefits that employers have used historically those are starting to go away some of the big four that that are no longer eligible for tax deferrals moving expenses so now if you're moving an employee from point A to point B across the country those expenses become actual taxable income to those employees we have a popular bike benefit which is really sad personally for me I really enjoyed the bike benefit that's a lot there's business entertainment expenses and employers can't take a deduction for those anymore and then finally there's employee Achievement Awards now I personally have never gotten one of those but if I did I wouldn't want to have to pay taxes on it now I will you know and another one too is the the changes of the transportation fringe benefits qualified transportation benefit programs have been changed substantially whoa I can't pay for my metro pass on a pre-tax basis anymore you can still pay for it on a pre-tax basis but unfortunately your employer can no longer.


Can I print a notice of intent form to homeschool in Nevada, fill it out, and turn it in?
It's best to ask homeschoolers in your state. Every state has different laws. What works in one may not work in another.This looks like the information you need: Notice of Intent (NOI)
Should I fill out FAFSA? I’m planning on applying to UNLV, UNR, Nevada State, CSN, UPenn, Yale, and UCLA.
If you have the money to pay for school on your own, then you don’t need to complete the FAFSA• it’s a waste of your time.On the other hand, if you need financial aid, then by all means, fill out the FAFSA and get it done soon as most colleges have deadlines on when to submit financial aid applications as they have to determine how to allocate some of their need-based aid programs.
Do I need to fill out a financial statement form if I get a full tuition waiver and RA/TA?
If that is necessary, the university or the faculty will inform you of that. These things can vary from university to university. Your best option would be to check your university website, financial services office or the Bursar office in your university.
Can I use broker statements to fill out form 8949 instead of a 1099-B?
Yes you can. Should you? Perhaps, but remember that the 1099 is what the IRS is going to receive. There could be differences.You may receive a 1099 which is missing basis information. You will indicate that, and use your records to fill in the missing information.My suggestion is to use the 1099, cross-referencing to your statements.
I am looking to start a music publishing company and I've been reading up on the possible benefits of having an out of state (ie Wyoming, Nevada) LLC. How does one decide whether or not to go that route?
The "benefits" are likely to be illusory, because you probably will have to register the LLC, and pay taxes, in your home state, anyway.I blogged about this several years ago. Quoting Why (not) form an LLC in Nevada (or Wyoming)?:Questions about forming a limited liability company (LLC) in Nevada  (or, increasingly, Wyoming) come up so frequently that I feel compelled  to write about this topic.There is something approaching the status of urban legend about the  wisdom of forming an LLC in Nevada or Wyoming because they do not have  an income tax. The problem is that lack of an income tax will benefit you only to the extent that you do business in in that state!Let’s say that you live, and intend to do business (in the legal sense • see Doing Business in CA? Be Sure to Register),  in California, but you form your LLC in Nevada or Wyoming. Guess what:  Because you are doing business in California, you will have to pay  income tax in California. Furthermore, you will have to register your  LLC in California as a foreign LLC. The result: You will not have  escaped paying income tax. Furthermore, you will have to pay the two states• annual business fees!The bottom line:Form your LLC in Nevada or Wyoming only if that is where you will be doing business.If you will be doing business in another state, that is where you probably should form your LLC.If you will be doing business in multiple states, work with a knowledgeable tax adviser. Multi-state tax issues can be tricky.
What is the benefit, need and effect of asking the students to fill out feedback forms?
Yes, in almost all IITs course feedback system is implemented. Here at IIT-M , it's popularly known as TCF. For a certain physics course, our instructor was not upto the mark and hence we filled the TCF accordingly, I dont know if he/she has been questioned, but we did get a better instructor this semester,for yet another physics course.  TCF is an open way to vent out anger, by shading the omr bubbles in a certain form to resemble written text( I lost the picture), and thus trolling the course.
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