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Tax Prepayment

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Might be referring to: in accounting, Prepaid Income Tax is defined as an asset listed on the balance sheet that represents taxes that have been already paid despite not yet having been incurred. It is also called a deferred income tax asset.Jul 24, 2020.
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MOM change: 0.1%
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Trend: declining
MOM change: -0.32%

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... probably unaffected. But ask your tax adviser to be sure. Next up on the prepayment menu are state and local .... Warning: The state and local tax prepayment drill can be a bad ... the proposed 39.6% maximum tax bracket. For upper-income individuals, ... and beyond, the Social Security tax ceiling will be adjusted annually ... more qualifying dependents. The Biden tax plan would increase the maximum ...
Published on 2021-02-09 in the Magic forum
This discussion is in English.
...We are using our 2020 tax return to pay for insurance... car, propane refill, prop tax, set some aside for home...Do the math on future tax refunds, reducing the expected refund...planning for our usual large tax refunds and have to ...the CTC (in the expected prepayment and again in refunds). ...be dependent on our large tax refunds for our expenses, ...a new paradigm planning our tax strategy for post-dependents ...
Published on 2021-04-18 in the Personal Finance (Not Investing) forum
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...We are using our 2020 tax return to pay for insurance... car, propane refill, prop tax, set some aside for home...Do the math on future tax refunds, reducing the expected refund...planning for our usual large tax refunds and have to ...the CTC (in the expected prepayment and again in refunds). ...be dependent on our large tax refunds for our expenses, ...a new paradigm planning our tax strategy for post-dependents ...
Published on 2021-04-18 in the Personal Finance (Not Investing) forum
This discussion is in English.
... Not a receipt/tax invoice Not a receipt/tax invoice No header... 7years? Monthly Ad-hoc prepayment Ad-hoc prepayment You can argue you... at facts/proofs aka receipts/tax invoices. Even for postpaid users...
Published on 2021-01-24 in the Finance, Business and Investment House forum
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... Not a receipt/tax invoice Not a receipt/tax invoice No header... 7years? Monthly Ad-hoc prepayment Ad-hoc prepayment You can argue you... at facts/proofs aka receipts/tax invoices. Even for postpaid users...
Published on 2021-01-24 in the Finance, Business and Investment House forum
This discussion is in English.
... file taxes with my preferred tax software which shows that I... not be comfortable filing a tax return that shows I owe... would probably list the $5K prepayment on line 12d of Schedule ...
Published on 2021-02-02 in the Personal Finance (Not Investing) forum
This discussion is in English.
... file taxes with my preferred tax software which shows that I... not be comfortable filing a tax return that shows I owe... would probably list the $5K prepayment on line 12d of Schedule ...
Published on 2021-02-02 in the Personal Finance (Not Investing) forum
This discussion is in English.
... schedule 8 in the T2 tax filing even without CCA claim... 2018 is the first corporate tax filing, do I still have... current assets: 1) advance and prepayment (1000$) and another line less...
Published in Mont-Royal on 2021-03-14 in the Personal Finance forum
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... schedule 8 in the T2 tax filing even without CCA claim... 2018 is the first corporate tax filing, do I still have... current assets: 1) advance and prepayment (1000$) and another line less...
Published in Mont-Royal on 2021-03-14 in the Personal Finance forum
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We have a mortgage with about $400k remaining balance that we have been paying down each year with principal curtailments and regular payments up to its $50k penalty-free limit. If we go over that yearly limit, it seems like 1% of the excess principal payment would go towards a penalty (although I'm not entirely sure as we haven't done that yet). The mortgage has an after-tax interest rate of 3.7%...
Published on 2021-02-26 in the Personal Finance (Not Investing) forum
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We have a mortgage with about $400k remaining balance that we have been paying down each year with principal curtailments and regular payments up to its $50k penalty-free limit. If we go over that yearly limit, it seems like 1% of the excess principal payment would go towards a penalty (although I'm not entirely sure as we haven't done that yet). The mortgage has an after-tax interest rate of 3.7%...
Published on 2021-02-26 in the Personal Finance (Not Investing) forum
This discussion is in English.
NO. The checks are officially a prepayment of a refundable credit against you 2020 income tax liability.
Published on 2021-01-30 in the Business and Finance forum
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NO. The checks are officially a prepayment of a refundable credit against you 2020 income tax liability.
Published on 2021-01-30 in the Business and Finance forum
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boomdeyada writes... I have a tax liability of about $1M AUD due around May 2022. If there's any chance of getting hit with GIC by the ATO then your best low risk return might be prepayment to the ATO
Published on 2021-02-15 in the Finance forum
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boomdeyada writes... I have a tax liability of about $1M AUD due around May 2022. If there's any chance of getting hit with GIC by the ATO then your best low risk return might be prepayment to the ATO
Published on 2021-02-15 in the Finance forum
This discussion is in English.
NO. The checks are officially a prepayment of a refundable credit against you 2020 income tax liability.
Published on 2021-01-30 in the Business and Finance forum
This discussion is in English.
NO. The checks are officially a prepayment of a refundable credit against you 2020 income tax liability.
Published on 2021-01-30 in the Business and Finance forum
This discussion is in English.
... to claim that special $600 tax credit for people that didn... before it, was an estimated prepayment of the credit that appears...
Published on 2021-03-20 in the Business, Finance, and Careers forum
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... to claim that special $600 tax credit for people that didn... before it, was an estimated prepayment of the credit that appears...
Published on 2021-03-20 in the Business, Finance, and Careers forum
This discussion is in English.