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8 Changes In 2023 Tax Refund— Here’s What You Should Expect!

Tax Refunds
Tax Refunds

There are 8 changes that will be affecting the tax refunds taxpayers will receive in 2023. Read the list to find out what to expect about these changes!

Internal Revenue Service [Photo: Politico]

Internal Revenue Service [Photo: Politico]

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic has started, the U.S. tax code has already been difficult to predict. And now amidst the extended deadlines, stimulus payments, and COVID-related tax deductions, it became more complicated to file tax returns. What made it much more difficult is that this 2023, the tax refunds taxpayers will be receiving are expected to be affected by several changes, according to MARCA.

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No Stimulus Payments

According to MARCA, the first change that will be affecting tax refunds is the non-existent stimulus payments since 2022. Stimulus payments were incomes that were not deducted with taxes. These payments have been a big help to compensate for the taxpayers’ expenses without bearing the rising tax brackets.

Charitable Deduction Has Come To An End

The second change is that the charitable tax deduction has already come to an end. The overall taxable income has always been reduced by tax deductions. Unfortunately, the charitable tax deductions have already ended as 2022 ended last year.

Rising Tax Brackets

The third change is that the tax brackets have been raised. The tax bracket decides how much taxes a taxpayer must pay. Unfortunately, the Congress has raised the 2022 tax brackets at the end of 2021.

State Taxes Must Still Be Paid

The fourth change is that even though student loan debts may be cancelled, state taxes must still be paid by the students. The amount of state taxes the students must pay may even be equal to their cancelled debts based on the state they are living in.

EITC Reverted To Normal

The fifth change is that the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) has reverted to normal. The EITC has always had tax deductions allocated for taxpayers with low income. It is only unfortunate that the program has reverted to its strict qualifications concerning tax deductions.

Some Refunds Are Processed Longer

The sixth change is that some tax refunds may still be processed longer. These types of refunds are those that were physically mailed instead of those filed online. These types of tax refunds will not be received sooner than six months.

IRS Requires Cryptocurrency Reports

The seventh change is that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) requires reports from taxpayers on their cryptocurrency transactions. If a taxpayer has lost money while trading crypto, the tax obligations may be lowered.

Child Care and Dependent Tax Credit Reverted To Normal

Like EITC, the Child Care and Dependent Tax Credit has also reverted to normal. It is also unfortunate that the program has decided to apply strict qualifications like those during pre-pandemic again.

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