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Individual Tax Deadline Extensions

Many states are extending individual tax due dates to conform with federal due dates. Download our helpful chart to help you keep track! Specific state rules are updating frequently and tax filing decisions should be

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Tax & Accounting Guidance for PPP Loans

By Andres Molgora, CPA The US government’s response to COVID -19 included massive stimulus funding along with cumbersome and rushed guidance that confused even the most conscientious business owner. With another round of stimulus on

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Trust but Verify Your 401K Benefit Plan

By Sharon Bradley, CPA In today’s increasingly-virtual world, businesses that offer employee benefit plans regulated by The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) must have updated policies and procedures for electronic handling and

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2020 taxes: More changes and opportunities

By Teri Kaye, CPA As individual income tax preparation kicks off, new laws are causing confusion and adding complexity — all while trying to provide economic relief. Economic Impact Payments (known as stimulus checks) received

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PPP Loan Update

By Teri Kaye We are getting a lot of calls and emails from clients about the new round of PPP Loans and about forgiveness of the first round. Certain banks are opening portals this week

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A Boon for Real Estate Professionals

By Kathleen Braica Real estate professionals listen up. The 2020 CARES Act enables you to generate losses that can result in significant tax savings. You qualify as a Real Estate Professional (REP) if you can

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2020 Year-End Tax Planning

By Teri Kaye To Our Clients and Friends: 2020 has certainly been an interesting year! Between COVID-19 and the election there has been an enormous amount of uncertainty. With the end of the year approaching,

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Refinancing to Reduce Cash Outflow

By Stephen Barnett Business owners who are scrutinizing expenses to make sure their operations are lean and efficient should consider reducing cash outflow by refinancing debt. Whether it’s a mortgage, term loan, equipment loan, or

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Bonus Depreciation Reinstated in CARES Act

By Kyle Parish Following the passage of the massive CARES Act in March, business leaders were appropriately focused on the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), shifting employment rules, modifications to payroll taxes and new rules around

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