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IRS Releases 2022 Inflation-Adjusted Tax Tables, Standard Deduction, AMT and Other Amounts

The IRS has released the annual inflation adjustments for 2022 for the income tax rate tables, plus more than 56 other tax provisions. The IRS makes these cost-of-living adjustments (COLAs) each year to reflect inflation.

2022 Income Tax Brackets
For 2022, the highest income tax bracket of 37 percent applies when taxable income hits:

2022 Standard Deduction
The standard deduction for 2022 is:

The standard deduction for a dependent is limited to the greater of:

Individuals who are blind or at least 65 years old get an additional standard deduction of:

Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT) Exemption for 2022
The AMT exemption for 2022 is:

The exemption amounts phase out in 2022 when AMTI exceeds:

Expensing Code Sec. 179 Property in 2022
For tax years beginning in 2022, taxpayers can expense up to $1,080,000 in section 179 property. However, this dollar limit is reduced when the cost of section 179 property placed in service during the year exceeds $2,700,000.

Estate and Gift Tax Adjustments for 2022
The following inflation adjustments apply to federal estate and gift taxes in 2022:

2022 Inflation Adjustments for Other Tax Items
The maximum foreign earned income exclusion amount in 2022 is $112,000.

The IRS also provided inflation-adjusted amounts for the:

Effective Date of 2022 Adjustments
These inflation adjustments generally apply to tax years beginning in 2022, so they affect most returns that will be filed in 2023. However, some specified figures apply to transactions or events in calendar year 2022.

FAQs Released on Energy Efficient Home Improvements and Residential Clean Energy Property Credits, FS-2022-40

The IRS has released frequently asked questions (FAQs) about energy efficient home improvements and residential clean energy property credits. The […]

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FAQs Released on Energy Efficient Home Improvements and Residential Clean Energy Property Credits, FS-2022-40

IRS, DOL Renew Employee Misclassification Memorandum of Understanding

The Internal Revenue Service and the U.S. Department of Labor announced they have renewed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) under […]

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IRS, DOL Renew Employee Misclassification Memorandum of Understanding

Transitional Guidance on Broker Digital Asset Reporting Provided, Announcement 2023-2

The Treasury Department and IRS have announced that brokers are not required to report additional information with respect to dispositions […]

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Transitional Guidance on Broker Digital Asset Reporting Provided, Announcement 2023-2

IRS Completes Final Corrections on 2020 Unemployment Compensation Tax Payments, IR-2023-2

The IRS recently completed the final corrections of tax year 2020 accounts for taxpayers who overpaid their taxes on unemployment compensation received in 2020. […]

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IRS Completes Final Corrections on 2020 Unemployment Compensation Tax Payments, IR-2023-2

FL - Additional guidance issued on tax relief for property made uninhabitable by Hurricanes Ian or Nicole

The Florida Department of Revenue has issued additional guidance regarding property tax relief for residential properties rendered uninhabitable for 30 […]

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FL - Additional guidance issued on tax relief for property made uninhabitable by Hurricanes Ian or Nicole

Inflation Reduction Act Triggers Numerous Tax Form Changes

The passage of the Inflation Reduction Act in 2022 has triggered changes to many tax forms, tax form instructions, and […]

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Inflation Reduction Act Triggers Numerous Tax Form Changes

IRS Reminds Taxpayers to Check Tax Withholding Now to Avoid Paying Future Quarterly Estimated Payments, FS-2023-1; IR-2023-10

The IRS reminded taxpayers who earn wages to use the Tax Withholding Estimator tool to adjust their 2023 withholding. Checking now and […]

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IRS Reminds Taxpayers to Check Tax Withholding Now to Avoid Paying Future Quarterly Estimated Payments, FS-2023-1; IR-2023-10

2023 Standard Mileage Rates Released, Notice 2023-3

The IRS released the optional standard mileage rates for 2023. Most taxpayers may use these rates to compute deductible costs […]

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2023 Standard Mileage Rates Released, Notice 2023-3

FL - Taxpayer properly applied cost-of-performance rule to its income producing activities

An out of state subsidiary (taxpayer) of a nationwide online and brick-and-mortar retailer (retailer) properly sourced its service revenue under […]

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FL - Taxpayer properly applied cost-of-performance rule to its income producing activities

FL - Guidance provided on tax relief for properties made uninhabitable by Hurricanes Ian or Nicole

Florida provides guidance regarding property tax relief for residential properties rendered uninhabitable for 30 days or more due to Hurricanes […]

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FL - Guidance provided on tax relief for properties made uninhabitable by Hurricanes Ian or Nicole