NAS Advisors LLC

NAS Advisors LLC is a consulti ng firm based in Virginia, USA a nd provides accounting, bookkeeping, and tax servic es to individuals, small businesses, non-profits organizatio ns, and international organizations.

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NAS Advisors LLC now takes appointmen ts on their Page. 02/14/2022

NAS Advisors LLC now takes appointmen ts on their Page.

NAS Advisors LLC now takes appointmen ts on their Page.

NAS Advisors LLC now takes appointmen ts on their Page. 02/14/2022

NAS Advisors LLC now takes appointmen ts on their Page.

NAS Advisors LLC now takes appointmen ts on their Page.

02/06/2022

Hello dear community members,
The Intern al Revenue Service (IRS) started accepting a nd processing 2021 tax returns Monday, J an. 24, 17 days earlier than la st tax season’s late start of F eb. 12. This year, it's essential th at parents brush up on some n ew requirements involving the advance child t ax credit and make sure you ha ve the correct facts and figures to fi le an accurate return. Plugin the wro ng number, and you are going to fa ce ungodly delays.
The filing deadline remai ns months away, but it's never t oo early to gather your paperwork, foc us on some of your tax challeng es and prepare to get the j ob done.
NAS Advisors Tax Professionals a re ready to serve clients and custome rs to file their 2021 tax returns.
W hy do you file your tax retur ns with NAS Advisors?
-100% Accuracy Guaranteed
-Maximize Yo ur Refund & Minimize Your Taxes
-Answer A ll Your Tax Questions Around The Year
Plea se contact by one of the followi ng options to schedule your appointment.
Phone: 540-300-8592
Ema il: [email protected]
Website: www.nasadvisors.com
Address: 44330 Mercure Circle,
Sui te 250C Dulles, VA 20166

01/24/2022

NAS Advisors LLC is in partnersh ip with Afghan American Chamber of Commer ce to launch a Zoom Conference on Overvi ew of Business and Tax Requirements in t he United States.

Save the date: Janua ry 27, 2022, at 8:30 AM, EST

Plea se contact us to register you f or this free Zoom Meeting:
[email protected], www.nasadvisors.com, +1-540-300-8592
Addre ss: 44330 Mercure Circle, Suite 250C, Dull es, VA 2016

01/20/2022

Tax Rates and Brackets!
The tax bracke ts set by the IRS are 1 0%, 12%, 22%, 24%, 32%, 35%, a nd 37%. This means that the highe st earners fall into the 37% ran ge while those who earn the lea st are in the 10% bracket.
The t ax rates and brackets for 2021 a nd 2022 are provided in the followi ng two charts for your information.

NAS Advisors LLC updated their pho ne number. 01/14/2022

NAS Advisors LLC updated their pho ne number.

NAS Advisors LLC updated their pho ne number.

Your Online Account | Internal Reven ue Service 01/14/2022

Your Online Account | Internal Reven ue Service

The Internal Revenue Service announced th at the nation's tax season will sta rt on Monday, January 24, 2022, wh en the tax agency will begin accepti ng and processing 2021 tax year returns.

T he January 24 start date for individu al tax return filers allows the I RS time to perform programming and testi ng that is critical to ensuring I RS systems run smoothly. Updated programming hel ps ensure that eligible people can cla im the proper amount of the Chi ld Tax Credit after comparing their 2021 advan ce credits and claim any remaining stimul us money as a Recovery Rebate Cred it when they file their 2021 t ax return.

"Planning for the nation's filing seas on process is a massive undertaking, a nd IRS teams have been working non-st op these past several months to prepar e," said IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig. "T he pandemic continues to create challenges, b ut the IRS reminds people there a re important steps they can take to he lp ensure their tax return and refu nd don't face processing delays. Filing electronical ly with direct deposit and avoiding a pap er tax return is more important th an ever this year. And we ur ge extra attention to those who receiv ed an Economic Impact Payment or an advan ce Child Tax Credit last year. Peop le should make sure they report t he correct amount on their tax retu rn to avoid delays."

The IRS encourages everyo ne to have all the information th ey need in hand to make su re they file a complete and accura te return. Having an accurate tax retu rn can avoid processing delays, refund dela ys and later IRS notices. This is especial ly important for people who received advan ce Child Tax Credit payments or Econom ic Impact Payments (American Rescue Plan stimul us payments) in 2021; they will ne ed the amounts of these payments wh en preparing their tax return. The I RS is mailing special letters to recipien ts, and they can also check amoun ts received on IRS.gov.

Like last year, the re will be individuals filing tax retur ns who, even though they are n ot required to file, need to fi le a 2021 return to claim a Recove ry Rebate Credit to receive the t ax credit from the 2021 stimulus paymen ts or reconcile advance payments of t he Child Tax Credit. People who don 't normally file also could receive oth er credits.

April 18 tax filing deadline f or most
The filing deadline to submit 2021 t ax returns or an extension to fi le and pay tax owed is Mond ay, April 18, 2022, for most taxpaye rs. By law, Washington, D.C., holidays impa ct tax deadlines for everyone in t he same way federal holidays do. T he due date is April 18, inste ad of April 15, because of t he Emancipation Day holiday in the Distri ct of Columbia for everyone except taxpaye rs who live in Maine or Massachuset ts. Taxpayers in Maine or Massachusetts ha ve until April 19, 2022, to fi le their returns due to the Patriot s' Day holiday in those states. Taxpaye rs requesting an extension will have unt il Monday, October 17, 2022, to file.

Awaiti ng processing of previous tax returns? Peop le can still file 2021 returns
Rettig not ed that IRS employees continue to wo rk hard on critical areas affected by t he pandemic, including processing of tax retur ns from last year and record leve ls of phone calls coming in.

"In ma ny areas, we are unable to deliv er the amount of service and enforceme nt that our taxpayers and tax syst em deserves and needs. This is frustrati ng for taxpayers, for IRS employees a nd for me," Rettig said. "IRS employe es want to do more, and we wi ll continue in 2022 to do everythi ng possible with the resources available to us. And we will continue to lo ok for ways to improve. We wa nt to deliver as much as possib le while also protecting the health a nd safety of our employees and taxpaye rs. Additional resources are essential to helpi ng our employees do more in 2022 – a nd beyond."

The IRS continues to reduce t he inventory of prior-year individual tax retur ns that have not been fully process ed. As of December 3, 2021, t he IRS has processed nearly 169 milli on tax returns. All paper and electron ic individual 2020 refund returns received pri or to April 2021 have been process ed if the return had no erro rs or did not require further review.

Taxpaye rs generally will not need to wa it for their 2020 return to be ful ly processed to file their 2021 t ax returns and can file when th ey are ready.

Key information to help taxpayers
T he IRS encourages people to use onli ne resources before calling. Last filing seas on, as a result of COVID-era t ax changes and broader pandemic challenges, t he IRS phone systems received more th an 145 million calls from January 1 – M ay 17, more than four times mo re calls than in an average ye ar. In addition to IRS.gov, the I RS has a variety of other fr ee options available to help taxpayers, rangi ng from free assistance at Volunteer Inco me Tax Assistance and Tax Counseling f or the Elderly locations across the count ry to the availability of the I RS Free File program.

"Our phone volumes contin ue to remain at record-setting levels," Rett ig said. "We urge people to che ck IRS.gov and establish an online accou nt to help them access information mo re quickly. We have invested in developi ng new online capacities to make th is a quick and easy way f or taxpayers to get the information th ey need."

Last year's average tax refund w as more than $2,800. More than 160 milli on individual tax returns for the 2021 t ax year are expected to be fil ed, with the vast majority of tho se coming before the traditional April t ax deadline.

Overall, the IRS anticipates most taxpaye rs will receive their refund within 21 da ys of when they file electronically if th ey choose direct deposit and there a re no issues with their tax retu rn. The IRS urges taxpayers and t ax professionals to file electronically. To avo id delays in processing, people should avo id filing paper returns wherever possible.

By l aw, the IRS cannot issue a refu nd involving the Earned Income Tax Cred it or Additional Child Tax Credit befo re mid-February, though eligible people may fi le their returns beginning on January 24. T he law provides this additional time to he lp the IRS stop fraudulent refunds fr om being issued.

Some returns, filed electronically or on pap er, may need manual review, which dela ys the processing, if our systems dete ct a possible error or missing informati on, or there is suspected identity the ft or fraud. Some of these situatio ns require us to correspond with taxpaye rs, but some do not. This wo rk does require special handling by an I RS employee so, in these instances, it m ay take the IRS more than t he normal 21 days to issue a ny related refund. In those cases whe re IRS is able to correct t he return without corresponding, the IRS wi ll send an explanation to the taxpayer.

Fi le electronically and choose direct deposit
To spe ed refunds, the IRS urges taxpayers to fi le electronically with direct deposit information as so on as they have everything they ne ed to file an accurate return. If t he return includes errors or is incomple te, it may require further review th at may slow the tax refund. Havi ng all information available when preparing t he 2021 tax return can reduce erro rs and avoid delays in processing.

Most individu al taxpayers file IRS Form 1040 or Fo rm 1040-SR once they receive Forms W -2 and other earnings information from the ir employers, issuers like state agencies a nd payers. The IRS has incorporated rece nt changes to the tax laws in to the forms and instructions and shar ed the updates with its partners w ho develop the software used by individua ls and tax professionals to prepare a nd file their returns. Forms 1040 a nd 1040-SR and the associated instructions a re available now on IRS.gov. For t he latest IRS forms and instructions, vis it the IRS website at IRS.gov/forms.

Free Fi le available January 14
IRS Free File wi ll open January 14 when participating provide rs will accept completed returns and ho ld them until they can be fil ed electronically with the IRS. Many commerci al tax preparation software companies and t ax professionals will also be accepting a nd preparing tax returns before January 24 to subm it the returns when the IRS syste ms open.

The IRS strongly encourages people to fi le their tax returns electronically to minimi ze errors and for faster refunds – as we ll having all the information they ne ed to file an accurate return to avo id delays. The IRS's Free File progr am allows taxpayers who made $73,000 or le ss in 2021 to file their tax es electronically for free using software provid ed by commercial tax filing companies. Mo re information will be available on Fr ee File later this week.

In addition to I RS Free File, the IRS's Volunteer Inco me Tax Assistance and Tax Counseling f or the Elderly programs free basic t ax return preparation to qualified individuals.

Wat ch for IRS letters about advance Chi ld Tax Credit payments and third Econom ic Impact Payments
The IRS started sending Lett er 6419, 2021 advance Child Tax Cred it, in late December 2021 and continu es to do so into January. T he letter contains important information that c an help ensure the return is accura te. People who received the advance C TC payments can also check the amou nt of the payments they received by usi ng the CTC Update Portal available on IRS.gov.

Eligib le taxpayers who received advance Child T ax Credit payments should file a 2021 t ax return to receive the second ha lf of the credit. Eligible taxpayers w ho did not receive advance Child T ax Credit payments can claim the fu ll credit by filing a tax return.

T he IRS will begin issuing Letter 64 75, Your Third Economic Impact Payment, to individua ls who received a third payment in 2021 in la te January. While most eligible people alrea dy received their stimulus payments, this lett er will help individuals determine if th ey are eligible to claim the Recove ry Rebate Credit for missing stimulus paymen ts. If so, they must file a 2021 t ax return to claim their remaining stimul us amount. People can also use I RS online account to view their Econom ic Impact Payment amounts.

Both letters include importa nt information that can help people fi le an accurate 2021 tax return. If t he return includes errors or is incomple te, it may require further review whi le the IRS corrects the error, whi ch may slow the tax refund. Usi ng this information when preparing a t ax return electronically can reduce errors a nd avoid delays in processing.

The fastest w ay for eligible individuals to get the ir 2021 tax refund that will inclu de their allowable Child Tax Credit a nd Recovery Rebate Credit is by fili ng electronically and choosing direct deposit.

Tips to ma ke filing easier
To avoid processing delays a nd speed refunds, the IRS urges peop le to follow these steps:

Organize and gath er 2021 tax records including Social Securi ty numbers, Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers, Adopti on Taxpayer Identification Numbers, and this year 's Identity Protection Personal Identification Numbers val id for calendar year 2022.

Check IRS.gov f or the latest tax information, including t he latest on reconciling advance payments of t he Child Tax Credit or claiming a Recove ry Rebate Credit for missing stimulus paymen ts. There is no need to call.

S et up or log in securely at IRS.gov/accou nt to access personal tax account informati on including balance, payments, and tax recor ds including adjusted gross income.

Make final estimat ed tax payments for 2021 by Tuesd ay, January 18, 2022, to help avo id a tax-time bill and possible penalties.

Individua ls can use a bank account, prepa id debit card or mobile app to u se direct deposit and will need to provi de routing and account numbers. Learn h ow to open an account at an FDIC-Insur ed bank or through the National Cred it Union Locator Tool.

File a complete a nd accurate return electronically when ready a nd choose direct deposit for the quicke st refund.

Key filing season dates
There are sever al important dates taxpayers should keep in mi nd for this year's filing season:

January 14: IRS Free File opens. Taxpayers c an begin filing returns through IRS Fr ee File partners; tax returns will be transmitt ed to the IRS starting January 24. T ax software companies also are accepting t ax filings in advance.

January 18: D ue date for tax year 2021 four th quarter estimated tax payment.

January 24: IRS begins 2022 tax season. Individu al 2021 tax returns begin being accept ed and processing begins

January 28: Earn ed Income Tax Credit Awareness Day to rai se awareness of valuable tax credits availab le to many people – including t he option to use prior-year income to qualify .

April 18: Due date to fi le 2021 tax return or request extensi on and pay tax owed due to Emancipati on Day holiday in Washington, D.C., ev en for those who live outside t he area.

April 19: Due date to fi le 2021 tax return or request extensi on and pay tax owed for tho se who live in MA or ME d ue to Patriots' Day holiday

October 17: Due date to file for tho se requesting an extension on their 2021 t ax returns.

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Sterling, VA
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