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Update: The HEROES Act, the HEAL Act, and PPP Forgiveness

The wheels of Congress keep churning through possible scenarios to help small businesses. The HEROES Act and the HEAL Act are both under consideration and among other things, they may extend the provisions of […]

2020 IRA Required Minimum Distributions Waived – Did You Know?

The CARES Act that was signed into law on March 27, 2020 includes an important provision for taxpayers with various retirement accounts, including 401(k), 403(b), 457(b), traditional Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs), and designated Roth […]

Discarded or Lost COVID-19 Stimulus Prepaid Debit Cards – Did You Know?

In addition to direct deposits and paper checks, the IRS is sending some Coronavirus Economic Impact Payments (EIPs, also called stimulus payments) to eligible Americans by prepaid debit card. Because these debit cards are […]

Key Facts About IRS Economic Impact Payments (EIPs) – Did You Know?

Although the IRS has sent out over 100 million Economic Impact Payments (also called stimulus payments), some Americans are still waiting to receive their payments. Even if you have gotten your Economic Impact Payment […]

Economic Impact Payments – What You Need To Know

The Following information is from the IRS Newswire Service – March 30, 2020. Economic impact payments: What you need to know No action needed by most people at this time IR-2020-61, March 30, 2020 […]

Relief for Small Business Clients Under the Cares Act of 2020

The CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act of 2020 provides several important provisions that may assist as our clients navigate through the financial challenges presented by COVID-19. Here are the highlights. Small […]

Tax FAQ Series: How much can I contribute to my IRA, 401K, or SEP?

This amount changes each year. For 2019, the limits are as follows: IRA: $6,000 per person ($7,000 if age 50 or older). 401K: $18,500 per person ($24,500 if age 50 or older). SEP: $56,000 […]

Tax FAQ Series: What is the deadline to contribute to my retirement plan?

IRA/ROTH/401K – The day your tax return is due – usually April 15th. If you filed an extension, then you have until October 15th. SEP – the tax deadline of the employer (check with […]

Tax Debt Information and Civil Judgments May Be Removed from Credit Reports by July 1

Your credit report can affect your ability to buy a home, show a potential employer that you are responsible or if you have a low score, it can prevent you from getting access to […]

Finally – a Win for Free Speech

Thanks to a federal judge in St. Louis on February 6, 2014, automobile drivers still have the right to warn each other about approaching speed traps by flashing their lights. Michael Elli received a […]