While your CPA may seem as if they are a superhero at tax time, that doesn’t mean they look forward to having to wade through a complex mess of receipts and other documents. Remember, the harder you make the job of your CPA, the less efficient the entire process will be. To keep things running […]
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When you go to your mailbox and find you have received an IRS letter or notice, you may be stricken with panic and fear. However, the IRS sends out millions of letters and notices to taxpayers annually due to various reasons and situations. While it’s possible you could be facing a serious financial situation, most […]
If you are a person who has assets of significant value, you want to pass this wealth on to your heirs. To do so while minimizing estate taxes and providing the assets to your heirs tax-free, it is vital you understand tax strategies that work best in these situations. Along with common strategies such as […]
If like many business owners across the U.S. you relied on a loan from the Paycheck Protection Program to keep your business afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic, you were certainly glad to have this financial assistance. However, when the time comes for you to file your taxes, you may have many questions as to your […]
With tuition rates and fees going up every year, seeing your child graduate with their college degree may sometimes feel like an impossible dream. However, it doesn’t have to be like this. In fact, if you start planning early on and explore various options, you may find that paying for your child’s education may be […]
When the golden years approach, many soon-to-be retirees start looking for better horizons. A higher quality of life often means relocating to a new state. When it comes time for you to retire, you may get the relocation bug, like many other retirees before you. While a considerable number of retirees stay right where they […]
You may have noticed a lot of talk lately about something called, “universal basic income.” The increase in online chatter about universal basic income, or UBI, is likely connected to the government handing out stimulus money during the pandemic.
In case you haven’t noticed over the years, the federal government tends to move at a very slow pace. This is particularly true of the IRS, where speed is something that rarely, if ever happens. Unfortunately, this is very frustrating when it involves your tax refund. As the COVID-19 pandemic has taken hold across the […]
The pandemic has wreaked havoc with many family’s finances. To help with this, the federal government has made it much easier for many parents to take advantage of the child tax credit and advance child tax credit. But, as with anything concerning your taxes and the IRS, there are various guidelines you must follow to […]
When the COVD-19 pandemic hit, thousands of small businesses were shutting their doors, laying off workers, and wondering if they would ever open up again. However, once Congress passed the CARES Act, businesses could take out loans that would prop them up and survive the pandemic. Best of all, these Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans […]