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Ideal Tax Solution, LLC is paying close attention to IRS news releases regarding past IRA Roth conversions, which have the potential of significantly impacting 2012 returns. In most cases, half of the taxable income resulting from funds being converted to Roth IRA accounts in 2010 must be reported on 2012 returns.
Costa Mesa, CA (PRWEB) February 26, 2013
Ideal Tax Solution, LLC makes every effort to keep current on past or present tax issues, which could seriously affect a taxpayers tax liability. Understanding the tax code maze is one way professional tax resolution companies like Ideal Tax Solution are able to help their clients avoid falling into a tax debt situation and it’s life altering implications.
Since the rules and regulations of the IRS can sometimes change quickly, being knowledgeable of complicated financial scenarios is a necessity for companies whose responsibility entails assisting clients in need of tax debt help. Ideal Tax Solution puts a heavy emphasis on accumulating important tax information, which is the foundation for providing expert and effective tax debt relief when needed.
Roth IRA conversions are normally taxable in the year the conversion occurred. However, under a special rule, which applied only to 2010 conversions, taxpayers could include half the taxable amount in their income for 2011 and half for 2012. Obviously, this caveat applies to those who chose not to include all of their conversion taxable income on their 2010 return.
Taxpayers who received distributions in either 2010 or 2011 may be able to report similar taxable amounts for 2012. Information on reporting 2010 Roth Rollovers and Conversions in 2012 can be found on the IRS website, or by directly contacting the trained tax relief specialists at Ideal Tax Solution. Personalized intervention can prove to be a welcome asset when dealing with the IRS tax collection process.
Additional information on 2010 Roth Conversion income reporting can be found in Publication 590 for Roth IRA conversions and Publication 575 for conversions designated Roth accounts. Taxpayers who made Roth conversions in 2012, or are planning to in 2013 or beyond, must file Form 8606 to report the conversion. Ideal Tax Solution is also an excellent source of information for Roth conversion tax liability.
By staying abreast of IRS procedures, the experienced tax help specialists at Ideal Tax Solution can better navigate the tax code rules to better service tax liability clients who have neither the time nor energy to become tax return specialists. One missed deduction or inaccurate allowance can mean the difference between Taxpayer in Good Standing or Delinquent Taxpayer status.
For U.S. taxpayers interested in finding out more about Ideal Tax Solution and their full range of in-depth and personalized tax preparation services, or for any tax help related issue, visit them online at http://www.IdealTaxSolution.com. You can also reach them by phone by dialing 888.393.5154. Good tax tips and additional information can be found on their Facebook page and by following them on Twitter.
About Ideal Tax Solution, LLC – Located in Costa Mesa, California, the company provides a full range of tax preparation and resolution services as well as reassurance to taxpayers nationwide. With more than 55 years of combined experience providing American taxpayers with federal and state income tax solutions, Ideal Tax Solution offers an experienced staff which includes Enrolled Agents, CPAs and Senior Tax Consultants who stand at the ready to help with any tax issues.
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