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Eldercare and Your Taxes

Eldercare and Your Taxes

Have you suddenly become a caregiver for a family member as care facilities are in lockdown? Don’t forget the critical tax deductions that could be waiting for you. As nursing homes and eldercare facilities have been in lockdown this year, you may have suddenly taken...

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It Still Pays to Build Green

It Still Pays to Build Green

Tax cuts have been extended for developers of renewable energy projects that have been delayed by the pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic has held up many construction projects, including those that develop renewable energy. For this reason, the U.S. Treasury Department...

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Tax Changes for Property Improvements and Business Losses

Tax Changes for Property Improvements and Business Losses

Some long-awaited great news for commercial property and business owners: The CARES Act that was passed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic includes technical corrections and additional modifications to the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. If you’ve made commercial...

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PPP Loan Forgiveness: Critical Steps to Take

PPP Loan Forgiveness: Critical Steps to Take

(Updated as of June 16, 2020) The SBA revised the PPP loan forgiveness application and introduced an EZ form for certain qualifying businesses including those who are self-employed and those who did not cut back employee pay by more than 25%. In addition, for...

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Making Coronavirus Goods? Here Are the Tax Implications

Making Coronavirus Goods? Here Are the Tax Implications

Small businesses have truly stepped up to the challenge of turning the COVID-19 crisis from a potentially door-shuttering event to an opportunity to step up, help out, and stay afloat. Distillers have been making hand sanitizer, clothing and textile manufacturers have...

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The IRS Is Still Collecting Taxes From a Select Few

The IRS Is Still Collecting Taxes From a Select Few

If you heard that the IRS is hitting the brakes on most collections right now, it’s true. Taxpayers who generally aren’t behind on payments may be able to hold off on paying 2019 and 2020 taxes until July 15. But not everyone’s off the hook. The following three...

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