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The recent hurricanes Harvey and Irma caused devastation in areas throughout the U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Florida and Texas. Businesses in these areas are still struggling to rebuild their buildings and replaced damaged property. Many have lost important data needed to file tax returns. In addition, because of the significant financial impact of these disasters, some businesses simply don't have the capital they need to make estimated tax payments, pay payroll taxes or meet other obligations. Fortunately, the Internal Revenue Service is taking steps to ease some of the tax burden on affected businesses and their employees.Read More
To help the victims of the most recent hurricanes, the IRS has decided to relax some of its rules, which would allow these victims to take out hardship loans against their 401(k) retirement accounts. Although having this money may help you to replace some of your possessions, it may not be the best course of action for everyone.Read More
When your customers don't make their payments on time, it can impact your business in many ways. You may not have the capital you need to purchase additional inventory, pay your own bills or expand when you need to. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to reduce the impact of late payments on your cash flow.Read More