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  • How to spread some cheer and save on your taxes through holiday gift-giving Who doesn’t love opening a present this time of year? Spreading that holiday cheer through a gift to your employees and customers is a great way to get in a festive spirit and thank them for their hard work, especially during a challenging year. Remember that only certain ... Continue Reading
  • The Future of Filing: Upcoming Changes to W-2 Requirements Over the next two years, the IRS is implementing some dramatic changes to current filing requirements for Form W-2. The IRS will soon require small businesses with 10 or more employees to change the way they file these forms. If you have employees, you know how important ... Continue Reading
  • Finding the way to forgiveness: How to close out your PPP loan The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) proved to be a vital lifeline for small businesses dealing with the perils of the pandemic. Initially launched in the early days of the pandemic, it has provided needed funds to help support payroll and other business functions. ... Continue Reading
  • Why it might be a good idea to opt out of the Advance Child Tax Credit If you’re a mom or dad juggling the various expenses that come with raising your children, it might be hard to imagine passing on monthly infusions of cash. However, there’s more than meets the eye to the new Advance Child Tax Credit (ACTC) program. While the first round of ... Continue Reading
  • Surprise, you’re self-employed! So, now what?: Tax tips for Uber and DoorDash drivers Making a little extra cash always is an enticing thing, and many people have put their car to work for them. Food delivery companies such as DoorDash, UberEats, Postmates, and Grubhub have boomed in the past year, while Uber and Lyft remain popular options for folks looking ... Continue Reading
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