• 'Locking' taxpayer accounts could bolster cybersecurity With more and more resources shifting to online and cloud-based resources – particularly in an environment that is embracing remote work options – minimizing fraud and enhancing cybersecurity standards are imperative. This includes taxpayers as they begin to eye the ... Continue Reading
  • Making Sense of the Recent Tweaks to Payroll Taxes There’s a measure of relief coming to some employees in the form of a short-term payroll tax break, but there are still plenty of questions of what’s the best way for small businesses to take advantage of these changes to help their workers without negatively impacting their ... Continue Reading
  • Cutting A $254,000 Bill To $0 With Formidable Tax Help It was somewhat of a coincidence that they had already worked in commercial real estate, but when a husband and wife inherited another real estate property, they needed tax help. While the property – considered a gift – should have had a $0 tax basis, the IRS assessed the ... Continue Reading
  • More States Likely to Require Use of E-Verify System at Hiring Time An increasing number of state and local governments are implementing or considering laws that will make it mandatory for employers to check the information supplied by applicants on I-9 forms against the database of the federal E-Verify system. Small business consultants ... Continue Reading