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Inform your clients about the new SECURE 2.0 Act with new client letters, download our quick guides for understanding top issues for the 2022 tax season, and tackle multistate compliance with our updated state charts.
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NEW! Client Letters on Significant New Law in the SECURE 2.0 Act
Who needs to know: Individuals with retirement accounts, plan administrators, financial and tax advisors
At the end of 2022, the SECURE 2.0 Act became law, introducing significant new rules in several key areas of the Internal Revenue Code. These include changes affecting 529 accounts, traditional and Roth IRAs, retirement plans, student loans, and conservation easements.
Checkpoint has four new client letters outlining these changes:
|¶1365 Key Provisions in SECURE 2.0 Benefiting Individuals|
These changes present significant tax savings for certain taxpayers and open up opportunities for practitioners to contact their clients to offer services. The SECURE 2.0 Act also cracks down on syndicated conservation easement transactions by denying conservation easement deductions to pass-through entities like partnerships and S corporations, which can affect practitioners who advise on these transactions.
2022 Federal Tax Changes for Individuals and Businesses
Who needs to know: Tax preparers during 2022 compliance season
Access two handy charts that outline the major federal tax law changes impacting the 2022 tax year and where to find related guidance on Checkpoint.
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Updated State Tax Charts!
Who needs to know: Law firms, accounting firms, businesses – especially those with activities or clients in multiple states
Checkpoint’s state tax charts have been updated with 2023 information, for example:
- Due date charts: The due date for many 2022 state tax returns is April 18th instead of April 15th because of the federal Emancipation Day holiday.
- Underpayment and overpayment interest rate charts: All charts have received an end-of-year update to reflect what’s new for 2023, including Q1 items like interest rates on overpayments and underpayments.
- New 2023 e-filing charts are live.
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