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Main Street Lending Program

August 3, 2020

It is an understatement to say that businesses and individuals all over the world have been affected by Covid-19. This has caused considerable financial stress on many businesses forcing them to seek creative ways to stay afloat during this volatile time. Small to medium-sized businesses are a crucial part of our economy and are responsible…

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PPP Flexibility Act UPDATE

June 9, 2020

The Senate unanimously passed H.R.7010, the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020, and the President immediately signed it into law.   This new Act allows more flexibility for borrowers taking advantage of PPP funds.  It basically extends the time period for businesses to use the funds and changes the ratio for payroll to other fixed…

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Georgia Retraining Tax Credit

May 6, 2020

Retraining tax credits enable Georgia businesses to offset their investment in employees. Whether retraining workers to use new equipment or new technology or upgrading the company’s competitiveness with ISO 9000 training, companies can afford more training, more often, thanks to Georgia’s tax credit program. If your business has purchased or upgraded software, equipment or any…

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Recent Tax Developments Impacting Non-Profit Organizations

April 21, 2020

Deadline Changes In response to COVID-19, the IRS recently released guidance on revised due dates and other provisions that impact non-profit entities. In Notice 2020-23, the IRS specifically extends the payment and filing deadlines for Forms 990-T and 990-PF. The notice also broadly provides relief for the full list of “time-sensitive actions” listed in Revenue…

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IRS grants postponing tax payment deadlines.

March 18, 2020

On March 20th Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin announced that federal filing and payments for taxes have been extended to July 15th. It is expected that state departments of revenue will follow the Feds by extending the April 15th tax filing deadline; but, at present, this action has not been taken. Remember that this only applies to your federal…

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2019 Tax Scams

February 6, 2019

Scams during tax season are not a new subject. Every year, tax scams become more believable and every corporation and individual needs to be aware before they fall into the trap of paying unnecessary fees. Scam mailers can be close to an exact replica of government forms and use verbiage to try to convince the…

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5 Tips to Prepare for Your Annual Tax Meeting

January 23, 2019

Stay Organized Throughout the Year The best way to set yourself up for success at tax time is to keep your tax documents organized throughout the year. If you prefer to deal with tangible documents, designate a location in your home to accumulate tax documents as you receive them. Create folders for different types of…

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Maximize the benefits of the New 20% Qualified Business Income Deduction presentation.

September 5, 2018
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Key tax change affects taxpayers with dependents; IRS urges workers to check withholding

August 5, 2018

WASHINGTON – The Internal Revenue Service urges taxpayers who support dependents who can’t be claimed for the Child Tax Credit to do a paycheck checkup soon. The IRS Withholding Calculator can help these taxpayers make sure they have the right amount of tax taken out of their pay. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, enacted…

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Meal and Entertainment Changes Under New Tax Laws

April 12, 2018

Under the new tax law there are stricter limits on deductions of business meals and entertainment expenses. Entertainment expenses incurred or paid after December 31, 2017 are nondeductible unless they fall under the specific exceptions in Code Section 274(e). One of those exceptions is for “expenses for recreation, social, or similar activities primarily for the…

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