What is a Kiddie Tax?

The kiddie tax is a special provision in the tax code that addresses dependent children's unearned income (investment or passive income). The first $1,150 of unearned income is not taxed, and if the child earns more than $2,300 in investment income, that income is taxed at the parent's marginal rate. The tax applies to dependents up to the age of 23 if they are providing less than half their own support.

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Tax positions for businesses and individuals

R&D tax credits

Fuel your venture's growth and innovation with the R&D tax credits. Not just for tech firms or big corporations.

Augusta rule

Rent out your home tax-free for up to 14 days per year. Save even more if you rent to your business.


Put your fixed assets to work for you by utilizing depreciation to find and compare tax savings in minutes.

Home office

Turn your workspace into a tax-saving opportunity. Saving as much as you can? Probably not.

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