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  • What to do with your office? Rethinking your business’s space Are you a business owner who is torn between whether or not you still need an office in this post-pandemic world? Given that remote work and videoconferencing have given us new ways to communicate and get work done, it might make sense to take a closer look at your space ... Continue Reading
  • Restaurant owners! Don’t overlook this big tax break. If you’re a restaurant or food-service business owner who sought out financial assistance in 2020 because of the pandemic, you may have overlooked the Employee Retention Credit as a cash infusion source for your business. The good news is this tax break is still available ... Continue Reading
  • Travel is coming back! What that means for your business. After a year of caution due to the COVID-19 pandemic, travel across the U.S. is making a comeback, including business travel. The rollout of vaccines and falling case counts across the country mean your business might consider returning in-person conferences, events and ... 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
  • If you’re self-employed, this PPP rule change might mean a bigger loan Thanks to a recently revised rule from the Small Business Administration, self-employed individuals now can access potentially larger loans through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). This rule allows contractors, gig-economy workers, freelancers and other self-employed ... Continue Reading
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