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Your Business Is at Risk of Fraud in 2021

Your Business Is at Risk of Fraud in 2021

Be on the alert: Scams involving employee theft and embezzlement, cyber fraud, vendor payments, and more are on the rise—at a rate of 79% more fraud since May. The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) spent the past year studying how the COVID-19 pandemic...

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What’s New from the IRS?

What’s New from the IRS?

The IRS issued several final rules and other tax announcements at the close of 2020. Several may affect your upcoming tax filing, particularly if you’re a business owner. Take a look at the following examples: Charitable Extras If you were a generous giver in 2020,...

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PPP Loan Changes and an Intro to PPP2

PPP Loan Changes and an Intro to PPP2

Did you receive a federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan in 2020? Do you need additional funds in 2021? With the newest COVID-19 relief bill that passed in December 2020 comes some critical changes, whether you’re hoping for new funding in 2021 or figuring out...

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Large Gift & Estate Tax Changes in 2021?

Large Gift & Estate Tax Changes in 2021?

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) temporarily increased the basic exclusion amount of large estate gifts and reduced federal estate tax rates. The moves were made to help high net worth individuals offset estate taxes at the time of death. But what happens now? How...

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Your Sales Tax “Holiday” Is Ending

Your Sales Tax “Holiday” Is Ending

In the early months of the pandemic, states and local jurisdictions slowed their enforcement of sales tax collections from small businesses. But now that we’re finding a new norm within pandemic economic restraints, you can expect that grace period to end. This...

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Surprise! State Taxes May Kick in If Working Remotely

Surprise! State Taxes May Kick in If Working Remotely

If you spent part of your 2020 quarantine working remotely out of state, you (or your business entity) could be surprised with state taxes. A recent poll found that more than half of Americans who worked remotely during the pandemic aren’t aware of the possible tax...

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