“Every which way you turn, there is something different because of the tax law changes that have happened since 2020. It’s essentially an ‘If this, then that … game’ and everyone is involved,” said Jon Sluis, CPA and owner of Intrust CPA in Traverse City, Michigan.
He joins us on the air today to explain exactly what he means by this statement. He will also discuss the most common IRS “red flags,” which include: virtual currency, child tax credit among divorced couples, and understanding ratios for business expenses. Those who get the most attention are either making more than $1 million or less than $40,000 a year.
Lastly, Sluis will discuss how getting audited by the IRS isn’t necessarily a “bad” thing.