How Long Should You Keep Tax Returns and Business Records?

The general rule for both personal and business purposes is to keep tax returns for 3 years. However as you likely guessed, the period you should keep tax returns depends on your unique situation — especially if your return isn’t straightforward. Learn how long you should keep your return based on several scenarios.

How to File Your Business Taxes

From discussing tax planning and filing strategies to making the process as efficient and manageable as possible, our business accountants are here to offer valuable insights and practical tips that will help you file your business taxes in 4 easy steps.

Important Tax Deadlines to Remember

Bookmark this article so you can reference this year’s main tax deadline as well as other important tax deadlines. From non-profits to individuals, & corporations, there are 9 tax deadlines to be aware of, and they extend into October!

Your Guide to Paying Inheritance Tax

To help you better understand how to reduce your tax on inheritance (or minimize taxes your loved ones pay when preparing a will), our inheritance tax consultants in Durham and Raleigh are sharing all you need to know when it comes to tax on inheritance.

Can You Deduct Tax Preparation Fees?

Join our Raleigh CPAs as they answer one of our asked questions, “When are tax preparation fees deductible?” From business to personal tax deductions, follow along as we uncover factors that affect tax preparation fees, common fee structures, and more.

Your Guide to Reporting Non Taxable Income

From inheritances to employer-provided health insurance and even profits from selling your home, our Raleigh CPAs at Steward Ingram & Cooper PLLC are sharing common types of non taxable income so you can claim all you need to (and nothing you don’t) on your upcoming tax return.

Your Guide to Recording Digital Assets as Taxable Income

At Steward Ingram & Cooper PLLC, a trusted Raleigh-based CPA firm, our tax prep and tax planning professionals recognize the importance of understanding the tax implications of digital assets. Join us as we navigate the complex tax landscape of digital assets so you remain compliant. 

Can You Claim a Tax Credit for an Electric Vehicle Purchase?

If you’ve been wondering how the EV tax credit works, our experienced Raleigh CPAs from Steward Ingram & Cooper PLLC are helping North Carolina residents explore the world of electric vehicle tax credits. Join us as we explore answers to your question, “how does the EV tax credit work in NC?”