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Parents, beginning July 15th you may be eligible to receive a new monthly payment for each of your dependent children aged 17 and younger as part of the American Rescue Plan. These payments are an advanced child tax credit and are connected to your personal...

The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic continues to be problematic for many, including the IRS. Therefore the Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service announced that the filing deadline, including federal income tax payments, for individuals has been extended to May 17. Don’t Procrastinate While our tax...

The IRS has launched a new form for independent contractors, vendors, freelancers and consultants that business taxpayers need to be aware of. Previously, businesses used the Form 1099-MISC to report compensation to these individuals. Beginning this tax year 2020, businesses will be required to use...

5 Fall Tax Tips, So You Do Not Fall Behind on your Tax Prep Fall season is officially here! Fall is generally well received, as the days get cooler and less humid (ever so slightly for us Floridians) and pumpkin spice-everything is in full swing. However,...

This article by Megan Gorman originally appeared at Forbes.com Paycheck Protection Plan or PPP loan borrowers are breathing a huge sigh of relief. In the afternoon hours of June 3rd, the Senate unanimously passed by voice vote the Paycheck Protection Plan Flexibility Act. This bill had...

The IRS is now sending citizens the first wave of economic impact payments, aka stimulus checks, via direct deposit and mail. With so much money in the pipeline, people have a lot of questions. How is eligibility determined? Do I need to apply to receive...


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