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How to Save Money on Your Personal Taxes

Date: June 2, 2022

During this informative live session, we cover tactics to help you save money on your personal taxes, including itemized deductions, tax credits, retirement and health savings, and more.

Why Your Tax Refund May Be Smaller This Year

Date: May 5, 2022

Discover the potential causes for your higher tax bill in 2021 during this live conversation. Causes may include higher stock payouts, unemployment earnings, and more.

When and Why Your Company Needs a 401(K) Audit

Date: January 27, 2022

Find out more about what a 401(k) audit entails and how to determine whether your company needs one during this live event.

Understanding How Your Stock Options and Grants Are Taxed

Date: January 13, 2022

Don’t miss this overview of stock option plans, how they are taxed, and how you can maximize your tax saving opportunities.

DECLARING FOREIGN INCOME ON YOUR US TAX RETURNS: WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW

Date: September 2, 2021

There are steep penalties for failing to report qualifying income earned in foreign countries on your US tax returns. Learn about whether this requirement applies to you, how you can avoid double taxation on foreign income, saving money on tax credits and exclusion, and more from Chugh CPAs, LLP CPA and Team Lead Neha Karnwal.

HOW TO REPORT FOREIGN ASSETS ON US TAXES AND SAVE ON PENALTIES

Date: August 5, 2021

This discussion provides an overview of filing taxes for your foreign assets and income in the US, including for real estate, mutual funds, and more. Chugh CPAs, LLP Partner, and CPA Baljeet Singh delivers insight into returns FBAR and Form 8938 and the penalties owed if you do not file them.