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In IR-2019-124, the Service offers helpful tax tips for the summer. During this season, many Americans will get married, buy a home, take a summer job or volunteer and make gifts to a favorite charity. With all these summertime events, you may benefit from understanding the potential tax planning options.
Just Married - When you marry, you may take a new name or address. You should contact the Social Security Administration to change your name and ensure proper credit for future retirement benefits. Your address change should be reported to the U.S. Post Office, your employer and the IRS.
Children in Day Camp - While overnight camps do not qualify for the Child and Dependent Care Credit, IRS Publication 503, Child and Dependent Care Expenses, may show you how to qualify for the credit for your children's day camp expenses.
Summer Jobs - Many Americans of all ages will earn extra... Read More
With a documented planned gift donation of $25,000 and above, you are eligible for induction into The Citadel Legacy Society, which takes place at our annual Leaders in Philanthropy weekend each fall. You will join a group of your peers who take pride in being members of The Citadel family of supporters. Induction takes place the year following the year of your gift.