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FAQ

Are IRS forms for year 2018 available?
The short answer is no. They typically are finalized and available by January 15th. However, the current situation in Congress has “delayed” the final tax code for 2018. Congress has released memo’s to tax servicers stating finalized forms may not be available until February or March next year. Congress and the president have made so many changes that the tax code, which is normally pretty much finalized in November, may not be finalized until after Congress’s christmas break. It’s going to be a challenging tax year so be prepared and keep informed.
What is the penalty for failing to file an IRS Form 941 2018?
The penalties are for not paying the 941 tax on time according to the payment schedule, which depends on the amount of tax. Small companies may be required to pay only quarterly or monthly, but larger companies have payments due within 3 business days after every payroll. The penalties depend on how late the payments are, bit they go up rapidly, and can be 100% if there is no payment.There is often no penalty for not filing the 941 on time if the payments have been made, but the IRS will be sending you a lot of mail to get it filed.
I have a US LLC since Nov 2018 (single member foreign-owned) that is not involved in any business activities yet. Should I fill the IRS Form 5472 Tax return? Or until I start doing business under my LLC name?
Sure, I can address tax issues here. A tax person understanding the pertinent tax law will file a Treasury Information report (Form 5472) for a dormant LLC if the noted information below applies.First a LLC wholly owned by a foreign person represents a reporting corporation for tax years 2017 forward (Treasury Regulation Section 1.6038A-1(c)(1)) and -1(n)(1)). Second, Treasury requires the report if the reporting corporation (one member foreign owned LLC) has any reportable transactions (Treasury Regulation Section 1.6038A-2(a)(1)).However, a person may think — well a dormant LLC would not have any reportable transactions. As Treasury Regulation 1.6038A-2(e)(1) says no Form 5472 required if the reporting corporation has no reportable transactions.But, we see reportable transactions include monies the member spent for the benefit of the LLC (Treasury Regulation Section 1.6038A-2(b)(3)(xi)) with reference to Treasury Regulation 1.482-1(i)(7)). As an example, the foreign member paying legal fees for forming the LLC or the foreign member paying annual state franchise tax fees represent reportable transactions under this tax law provision.Failure to file the Treasury Information Report or filing an incomplete report may result in a $25,000 penalty under Section 6038A-(d). And, the reporting corporation files the return by 15 April 2018 for the 2017 tax year or the 15 April 2019 for the 2018 tax year (Treasury Regulation Section 301-7701-2(c)(2)(vi)(C)(1)).However, we can use a reasonable cause defense tax law wording as means for completing late filings and potentially removing the penalty following Treasury Regulation Section 1.6038A-4(b)).I have completed the above tax analysis based on a one foreign member 100% owned LLC. As the situation changes the tax results may vary also. www.rst.tax
2018 Tax Law Change. IRS FORM 2555 Foreign Earned Income Exclusion (FEIE). Can someone help explain what actually changed for deployed contractors?
Prior to 2018, a contractor who worked overseas in support of US Armed Forces could not typically qualify for foreign earned income exclusion if they maintained a home in the US, no matter how long they stayed overseas. Beginning with 2018 tax year, keeping a home in the US no longer disqualifies a defense contractor if he or she is working overseas in a designated combat zone.
How will the values on lines 43 and 49 of IRS form 6251 (currently equal to the 25% and 39.6% tax brackets) change in 2018 now that the tax brackets are changing?
Possibly…Line 43:$77,400 if married filing jointly or qualifying widow(er)$38,700 if single or married filing separately$51,850 if head of householdLine 49:$500,000 if single$300,000 if married filing separately$600,000 if married filing jointly or qualifying widow(er)$453,350 if head of householdFind your new tax brackets under the GOP tax plan