NEW SCAMS TARGETING COVID-19 ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
Yesterday, Treasury Secretary Mnuchin announced plans for the federal government to allow a deferral of tax payments for individuals up to $1 million and Corporations up to $10 million originally due April 15th to be paid by July 15, 2020 without incurring penalty and interest charges. The filing deadlines of those returns have not been automatically extended, so individual and C Corporation returns without a filing extension, are still due on April 15th .
Business clients often ask us: Should we outsource our accounting needs? What exactly are the benefits we can expect?
As we near the end of 2019, we are sharing an overview of the most significant changes under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) and other key tax provisions you need to be aware of moving into 2020 with strategies for your individual and business situation. For a copy of our planning guide, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As we near the beginning of the end (of 2019), it is crucial that employers account (literally and figuratively) for changes in the law.
These summer activities can affect next year’s tax returns. Here are some things taxpayers do during the summer along with tips they should consider now:
Scam artists don't take summer vacations! With scam artists hard at work all year, taxpayers should be on the lookout for a surge of evolving phishing emails and telephone scams.
Here’s what taxpayers should know if they get a notice from the IRS
On Wednesday, April 26th, the White House released President Donald Trump’s tax reform goals and key priorities. The reform proposes slashed corporate tax rates, flattened individual marginal income tax brackets, and repeal of the estate and alternative minimum taxes.