NDH Advisors Acquires Kansas CPA Firm Stratus Group
Professionals on the Move – Nov. 2023
IMA Unveils New FMAA Certification
5 Ways to Gift Yourself Tax Savings This Holiday Season
Social Security Recipients Not Required to File Tax Return for Covid-19 Stimulus Payment
The Department of the Treasury (Treasury) announced on April 1 that Social Security beneficiaries who are not typically required to file tax returns will not need to file an abbreviated tax return to receive an economic impact payment.
PPP Small Business Loan Application – SBA – Downloadable Coronavirus Relief Form
Downloadable PDF of the Small Business Administration's Paycheck Protection Program borrower application form. For use by small businesses requesting Coronavirus relief loans from the SBA.
6 Tips for Taking Your Firm Remote
There are many technology options to work remotely, including video conferencing technology to conduct employee and client meetings, tax software via the cloud, and a hosted desktop environment that employees can access from anywhere, anytime.
AICPA Asks for More Action from IRS on Coronavirus Tax Relief
In response to the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS’s) recent announcements concerning temporary closures of its Practitioner Priority Service line, e-Services, Filing Information Return Electronically, and Affordable Care Act Information Returns ...
Coronavirus Scammers Using Social Media and Phone
The Internal Revenue Service is warning taxpayers to be on the lookout for a surge of calls and email phishing attempts about the Coronavirus, or COVID-19. These contacts can lead to tax-related fraud and identity theft.
How Long Might the Coronavirus Recession Last?
As projections of the coronavirus death toll soar, forecasts for the ensuing economic carnage have also quickly turned much darker – both for the depth and duration of the damage.
New Unemployment Claims Hit 6.6 Million This Week
Initial U.S. unemployment insurance claims rose last week to over 6.6 million, bringing the total number of people to file initial claims in the last two weeks to nearly 10 million.
Starting April 3, Small Businesses Can Apply for Forgivable COVID-19 Loans
Small businesses shuttered by coronavirus countermeasures can start applying for emergency loans to cover payroll and other costs as soon as Friday, according to Treasury Department guidance.