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Creating a Budget for College Expenses: Tips for Clients
Billionaire Tax Rests on a Disputed $14,729 Tax Refund at the U.S. Supreme Court
AICPA Debuts Proposed Reporting Framework for Issuers of Stablecoins
Senate Passes Additional $484 Billion Stimulus Package
The Senate passed $484 billion in new pandemic relief funds Tuesday to bolster a tapped-out small business aid program, pay for coronavirus testing and help hospitals deluged by sick patients.
AICPA Auditing Standards Board Agrees to Defer SASs 134-140 Dates for One Year
The effective dates of the SASs were for audits of private company financial statements for periods ending on or after December 15, 2020. The deferral means that effective dates now apply for periods ending on or after December 15, 2021.
SSA, SSI, VA & Railroad Retirement Recipients Must Act by Wednesday to Add Children to Coronavirus Stimulus Payment
Their $1,200 payments will be issued soon and, in order to add the $500 per eligible child amount to these payments, the IRS needs the dependent information before the payments are issued. Otherwise, their payment at this time will be $1,200 and, by law,
AICPA Calls for More IRS Guidance in CARES Act Employee Retention Credit Provisions
The American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) has submitted seven recommendations to the Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) calling for much needed clarity and guidance in how small businesses should apply certain employee ...
CARES Act Changes Rules for Business Interest Deductions
The new Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act provides some much-needed relief for businesses hindered by a cap on business interest deductions. Icing on the cake: The tax changes are retroactive to 2019.
New Georgia Sales Tax Law Affects Food Delivery, Lodging, and Rideshare Sectors
The new sales tax obligation applies to marketplace facilitators with a physical presence in Georgia, and those with at least $100,000 in direct and indirect sales into the state. Georgia defines a “marketplace facilitator” as a person that ...
How to Help Brick and Mortar Clients Quickly Start Selling Online
In a continued effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, local and state governments have issued orders for nonessential businesses and establishments to close their doors. These orders, combined with the lack of consumers making their way into ...
Where’s My Coronavirus Stimulus Check? Here’s How to Track It
“Get My Payment” will show the projected date for when a deposit is scheduled, similar to the “Where’s My Refund” tool many taxpayers have previously used.