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Your Tax Planning Checklist: Are You Well Positioned for Changes Ahead?

By K·Coe Editorial | March 30, 2021
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Reading Time: 2 minutes With so many changes under the CARES Act, and with new administration policies yet to be determined, it’s important to note that while tax planning remains a challenge for the foreseeable future, it’s crucial to prepare for multiple scenarios and outcomes right now. While many business owners and executives leave …

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Congress Passes American Rescue Plan: Summary of Key Impacts

By K·Coe Editorial | March 10, 2021
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Reading Time: 3 minutes The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (H.R. 1319) is nearing the finish line. Earlier today, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the $1.9 trillion dollar package following Senate passage last week. President Biden is expected to sign this legislation into law on Friday. The Act is designed to address …

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A Look at the Modern Audit: Are You Missing Out?

By K·Coe Editorial | February 23, 2021
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Reading Time: 2 minutes While most companies think of audits as an annual necessity, the vast majority typically keep to the same old standards and don’t know to ask for more. But the modern audit process has changed, and businesses should raise their expectations accordingly. Today’s audit should extend beyond bringing in accountants to …

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Estate Tax Planning: Possible Changes Ahead

By Jim Rein | February 16, 2021
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Reading Time: 2 minutes No matter what the presidential outcome, there was never any question that the outlook for estate tax planning would be different in 2021.  How much different was dependent upon who controlled the presidency and the Congress.  With Democrats now in power on both of those fronts, the logical question now …

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Business Tax Update: New 1099 Nonemployee Compensation Tax Form for 2020 Tax Year

By Sandy Sporleder | January 18, 2021
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Reading Time: 3 minutes After a 38-year absence, Form 1099-NEC has made its return in the 2020 tax year, and its January 31 deadlines are right around the corner.  Don’t panic – here’s everything you need to know about the revived form, and how it is intended to be used. For the last few …

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Business Tax Update: Many Meal and Entertainment Deductions Have Increased

By Sandy Sporleder | January 10, 2021
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Reading Time: 2 minutes In an effort to provide additional stimulus funding, The Consolidated Appropriations Act was signed by the President on December 27, 2020.  Included in the guidance were changes to deductions for business meals in tax years 2021 and 2022. New Provisions include Higher Temporary Meal Deductions In an effort to stimulate …

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SBA Issues New PPP2 Guidance for Businesses

By Beth Swanson | January 7, 2021
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Reading Time: 2 minutes Good news for businesses as guidance from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and Treasury has been issued regarding the second round of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) funding. “It was expected that there would be changes and corrections in interpretation and meaning following the COVID-19 relief bill, and numerous SBA …

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