Working Individuals, Families Urged to Meet with Volunteer Tax Preparers to Check Earned Income Tax Credit Eligibility
NEW CASTLE (March 7, 2019) – The Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS) is urging working individuals and families in Delaware to meet with volunteer tax preparers at locations across the state to determine if they are eligible for the federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and to file a federal tax return by […]
Prior to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), individuals were permitted to claim an unlimited amount of state and local real property and income taxes paid as itemized deductions. Starting with tax years 2018, those deductions will be limited. Delaware follows federal law regarding itemized deductions, and taxpayers will be entitled to an itemized […]
The Division of Revenue announced the annual adjustments to filing thresholds for small businesses and employers under the Delaware Competes Act. These threshold adjustments are intended to ensure that small businesses continue to reap the benefits of the Delaware Competes Act for years to come. As noted last year, the safe harbor provision for small […]
Governor Jack Markell today unveiled a balanced Fiscal Year 2018 budget proposal that promotes increased job and educational opportunities for Delawareans, while maintaining fiscal responsibility that has repeatedly earned the state a AAA rating.
Delaware Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart has issued a bulletin which provides guidance to make it easier for captive insurers to comply with the new requirements within the federal Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act. Captive Insurance Bulletin No. 6 establishes procedures so that owners of captive insurance companies may satisfy the PATH Act’s new mandates for owning captives.