Income, New, Tax IRS postpones April 15 U.S. tax deadline to May 17 The IRS and Treasury Department will postpone the April 15 tax-filing deadline to May 17, the agencies announced Wednesday. “This continues to be a tough time for many people, and the IRS wants to continue to do everything possible to help Continue Reading Announcement, New, Tax When will I get my third stimulus check? The third round of stimulus checks will start hitting bank accounts for eligible Americans as soon as this weekend, the IRS said late Friday. “Following approval of the American Rescue Plan Act, the first batch of payments will be sent by Continue Reading General, Income, New, Tax House passes $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill, sends it to Biden to sign On Wednesday March 11th 2020, the third stimulus package has officially passed both chambers of congress. The $1.9 trillion relief bill includes unemployment extensions and a tax-free benefit for unemployment benefits of up to 10,200 paid in 2020, $1,400 direct Continue Reading Announcement, Income, New, Tax Covid 19 Legislation - Third Stimulus and $10,200 in Unemployment The Senate on Saturday narrowly passed President Biden's $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief plan following a marathon overnight session in a key vote that puts new stimulus checks and expanded unemployment checks one step closer to the pockets of the American Continue Reading Announcement, General, New All First and Second Economic Impact Payments Issued The IRS announced that, as required by law, all legally permitted first and second round of Economic Impact Payments have been issued and the IRS now turns its full attention to the 2021 filing season.Beginning in April 2020, the IRS Continue Reading Administration, Announcement Presidents' Day As a reminder, our office will be closed Monday February 15th, 2021 in observance of Presidents' Day. Enjoy your long weekend! we'll be back in the office on Tuesday the 16th. See you then! Continue Reading Announcement, New Annual Tax Season Raffle It's that time again. As usual, we will once again be holding our annual tax season raffle. All of our clients will receive 1 entry, and you will receive 1 additional entry for anyone who you refer to Continue Reading Administration, Announcement, New Early Closing We will be closing at 4:30 PM today, February 1st 2021 due to snow. Be safe, we'll be back in the office tomorrow at normal time. Continue Reading Administration, New Updated Tax Season Hours With Tax Season upon us we are updating our hours to better serve our clients. Starting this week our new hours will be as follows: Monday - Friday: 8:30 - 7:00Saturday: 8:30 - 4:00 We're expecting a very busy tax season. Continue Reading Tax Tip Tax Time is Seasonal, but the Taxpayer Bill of Rights Applies All Year All taxpayers have fundamental rights when they’re interacting with the IRS. These rights apply all year long, not just during tax season. The Taxpayer Bill of Rights presents these rights in 10 categories.Here’s an overview of these rights and links Continue Reading Announcement, Income, New, Tax 2021 Tax Filing Season to Begin February 12th The Internal Revenue Service announced that the nation's tax season will start on Friday, Feb. 12, 2021, when the tax agency will begin accepting and processing 2020 tax year returns.The Feb. 12 start date for individual tax return filers allows Continue Reading New, Tax Tip New Forgiveness Rules for Past, Current, and New PPP Money Good news: the new Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) law enacted with the stimulus package adds dollars to your pocket if you have or had PPP money. Note that the PPP money comes to you in what appears to be a loan. Continue Reading New Paycheck Protection Program Reopens and EIP Update Paycheck Protection Program Reopens Week of January 11thFirst Draw PPP Loans available on Monday, January 11.Second Draw PPP Loans available on Wednesday, January 13.Originally open only to community financial institutions, the PPP will then open to all participating lenders shortly Continue Reading Administration, Announcement, General Happy New Year's We are wishing everyone a Happy New Year with the hope that you will have many blessings in the year to come. Our office will be closed tomorrow, Friday, January 1st. If you need to contact us, please visit Continue Reading Announcement, New, Tax Economic Impact Payment (Stimulus Check) Update As we noted on our first update, on Sunday, December 27, President Trump signed the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, CAA 2021. The Act contains numerous individual, business, payroll, disaster, and energy-related tax provisions, as well as tax extenders. Many of Continue Reading Announcement, New Economic Impact Payment (Stimulus Check) On Sunday, December 27, President Trump signed the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, CAA 2021. The Act contains numerous individual, business, payroll, disaster, and energy-related tax provisions, as well as tax extenders. Many of the provisions, including $600 stimulus payments, and Continue Reading General Merry Christmas We will be closed today, December 24th and tomorrow December 25th in observance of Christmas. We would like to wish you all a safe and happy holiday! Continue Reading Tax, Tax Tip, Wealth Management Tax Considerations When a Loved One Passes Away If a loved one passes away and you serve as the executor or inherit assets, you need to consider your duties and so some tax planning. Filing the Final Form 1040 for Unmarried Decedent If the decedent was unmarried, an initial step Continue Reading Administration Closed Due to severe weather we will be closed today, December 17th 2020. If you need to contact us please feel free to contact us through our website Stay Safe! Continue Reading Administration Winter Storm Warning Heavy Snowfall is expected for tonight into early morning. We will update our website, Twitter and Facebook page with any possible closing or delay. If you need to cancel an appointment please feel free to Email or Continue Reading Tax, Tax Tip Five Things to Know About Employing Your Spouse If you own your own business and operate as a proprietorship or partnership (wherein your spouse is not a partner), one of the smartest tax moves you can make is hiring your spouse to work as your employee. But the tax Continue Reading Income, Tax, Tax Tip Steps to Take Now to Get a Jump on Your Taxes Tax planning is for everyone. Get ready today to file your federal income tax return. Gather your tax records Have your records organized to make preparing a tax return easier. It may also help you discover potentially overlooked deductions or credits. Include in Continue Reading Income, New, Tax New IRS Efforts to Destroy Tax Deductions for PPP Paid Expenses From what we know, when lawmakers originally passed the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), they thought that under its provisions, you did not pay taxes on the forgiveness amount, andyou also could deduct the expenses that you paid with the PPP money. Fly Continue Reading New, Tax What You Need to Know About the 2021 Tax Brackets The IRS released the federal marginal tax rates and income brackets for 2021 on Monday. The seven tax rates remain unchanged, while the income limits have been adjusted for inflation. The 2021 tax brackets affect the taxes that will be filed Continue Reading Income, Tax, Tax Tip 7. Deal with Your Qualified Improvement Property When we announced a week ago that we would be running a short series on 2020 Last-Minute Year-End General Business Income Tax Deductions we had no idea the amount of interest it would spark. Please allow us to Continue Reading Income, Tax, Tax Tip 6. Thank COVID-19 The weekend is here, but that won't stop of from posting our last minute tax tips for 2020. Here is Tip #6. Thank COVID-19. Let’s be real: there’s little to be grateful for with COVID-19, but one of the several Continue Reading Income, Tax, Tax Tip 5. Don't Assume You Are Taking Too Many Deductions Tip #5. If you missed our past tips now would be a great time to check out our series on last minute 2020 tax tips. Be sure to check back tomorrow for #6! If your business deductions exceed Continue Reading Income, Tax, Tax Tip 4. Use Your Credit Cards Here's tip #4 of our 7 Late Minute Tax Tips for 2020! In case you missed it, here's a quick link to our last three tips: Prepay Expenses Using IRS Safe HarborStop Billing Customer, Clients and PatientsBuy office Equipment If you are a Continue Reading Income, Tax, Tax Tip 3. Buy Office Equipment We're back with Tip #3 of our seven part series. And now, without any further ado, Tax Tip 3: With bonus depreciation now at 100 percent along with increased limits for Section 179 expensing, buy your equipment or Continue Reading Income, Tax, Tax Tip 2. Stop Billing Customer, Clients, and Patients.
We're back for day two of our 2020 last minute tax tips series. If you missed yesterday's post, here's a link to tip #1 : Prepay expenses using the IRS safe harbor. Here is one rock-solid, time-tested, easy strategy to reduce Continue Reading