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We work day and night to create solutions which legally exempt you from paying sales tax and we assist you with getting exemption documents, finding gaps in your business, and giving solutions to fill them, acquiring an ITIN for you, and so on.
As we said, we’re dealing with taxes, which makes it possible for you to operate your business even more smoothly and effortlessly, without the tension coming from taxes. We dedicate some of our blogs to taxes and their types, how they work and what they are for. By the way, if you want to understand taxes, you should understand the concept of Adjusted Gross Income (AGI), which plays an important role in your business operations. And what’s more, you should have noticed this term in your tax forms; it’s always there!
AGI – Why You Need It
AGI or Adjusted Gross Income is a tool which helps us understand which part of our income is taxable. They say nothing can be said to be certain except death and taxes, but aren’t they certain if you know how to calculate the taxable part? By the way, if you don’t want to spend your time on calculating your Adjusted Gross Income, a software can do that for you. If you follow the trend and file your taxes online, a software will calculate it instead of you.
AGI is an alteration of Adjusted Gross Income which, according to the IRS, includes “your wages, dividends, capital gains, business income, retirement distributions as well as other income.” Logically, it is calculated based on it! If you’re in United States and want to calculate your tax bill, you should again, use Adjusted Gross Income as a base. Here’s what you do to find the amount based on which you’re going to be taxed: Calculate your tax bill, subtract allowable deductions, and that’s it, you find your taxable income!
Adjusted Gross Income and Deductions
But did you know that apart from helping you with the taxable income, you can also rely on AGI and qualify for credits and deductions? You can subtract deductions from your gross income, thereby reducing the amount of money that will be eventually taxed as an income tax. It’s important to understand that much depends on the percent of your AGI. The lower your Adjusted Gross Income is, the bigger deductions you can have!
As you can see, taxes, together with Gross and Adjusted Gross Income are complicated and require a gigantic amount of time! If you’re tired of taxes and the tension they create, contact Prestige Auditors and we will help you out!