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2023 is here, with no new, major tax laws, not even any passed in the final days of December 2022, anywhere in sight!
Does that mean we won't see tax form changes? No. Taxes and the forms we use to report them or claim tax breaks are always tweaked to reflect the needs of the current filing season.
To try to keep track of these changes, the ol' blog is continuing an annual special page dedicated to tax forms. This feature is now in its fourth year, evolving (like Internal Revenue Service paperwork) from Tax Form Tuesday in 2020 to Tax Forms Fiesta! in 2021 to Talking Tax Forms in 2022.
For 2023, I've gone back to basics. On this iteration, known simply as Tax Forms 2023 (and I suspect this format will be the ongoing template), you'll find posts that mention, and sometimes focus on, IRS forms you might run across while filing.
Some are documents you have to complete. Others are the statements (or forms) that you'll get to help you file your return.
While I'm filling out this new Tax Forms 2023 page, which still has the GIF of Broad City star Ilana Glazer because she's brilliant and it works, you can always peruse the forms that were featured in the aforementioned 2020's Tuesdays, 2021's Fiesta!, and 2022's Talking Tax Forms.
- 2 NY counties get winter storm disaster tax relief (Form 4506, Request for Copy of Tax Return, and Form 4506-T, Request for Transcript of Tax Return; posted Jan. 6, 2023)
- Time to track your 2023 tax deductible business miles (Schedule C, Profit or Loss From Business (Sole Proprietorship) [Part IV]; posted Jan. 8, 2023)
- Tax documents you need to file your 2022 return (Many and varied; posted Jan. 11, 2023)
- 1099-K reporting delay yays and nays (Form 1099-K, Payment Card and Third-Party Network Transactions; posted Jan. 14, 2023)
And if you want more info on other forms not featured here, check out the ol' blog's Forms category. It will show Tax Form Fiesta! entries, as well as other tax documents that I've posted about over the years, with the newest post first. Just keep scrolling.