When you file your 2018 taxes at the top of next year, you’re sure to notice some new elements as a result of the changes made to the tax laws in 2017. There were major tax reforms that were passed by Congress, and they could impact the taxes you owe or the refund you get back when tax time rolls around again.
It’s essential to have a common understanding of what expenses traders can deduct, what constitutes day trading income, and what particular rules apply if the IRS considers you a qualified active trader. What matters most is that you’ll need to know what tax forms to fill out and when they’re due. At Traders Accounting, we’re here to present you with information on what type of tax forms you’ll need to have on hand when it’s time to start filing. Each tax situation is different, depending on if you qualify as an active trader by IRS standards or not.