Does your business have an accountable plan? If not, you are leaving money on the table.
Tarrant County, Texas announced a grant opportunity designed to provide financial assistance to impacted small businesses whose workforce has been adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Do you qualify?
Yes, I know that we all wear designer clothes, and those Tory Burch shoes aren’t cheap, but if you claim a non-cash contribution on your tax return of $5,000 or greater, you best get an appraisal. Property contributions over $5,000, with certain exceptions, have strict guidelines...
Even though there is a lot of unknown tax law changes, there are some changes that we do know about. This is not an all-inclusive list but is some of the most popular.
I decided to upgrade my wardrobe after I heard someone speak about what you wear portrays your professional image. Not that I needed an excuse to go shopping for clothes, I set out to find the best deals in high end business attire.
I remember when my daughter was young, and she wanted to do EVERYTHING. Every type of sport, dance, camp; we did it. She had a blast! My wallet…. not so much. It only took one year of spending this kind of money when I realized I could take advantage of a great tax strategy just by hiring my daughter to come work in my tax practice.
How many of you love watching HGTV? A lot of you, I’m sure. It is the fourth most-watched cable network in the United States.
The new Covid-19 stimulus act sets aside $35 billion for first-time PPP applicants, with $15 billion of that made in loans for first-time applicants .
If there is ever an opportunity for scammers to find a way to take your personal information, they are on it!
What is an SLRP? SLRPS stands for Student Loan Repayment Programs. Employers contribute a fixed amount per month to their employee’s student loans.
For purposes of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, any amount which (but for this subsection) would be incredible in the gross income of the eligible recipient because of forgiveness described in subsection (b) shall be excluded from gross income.
I could not tell you how much my phone rang this year with clients asking were their refund was or that they went online to check their refund status only to find out their return had yet to be processed. It did not matter what I said, or the proof I sent over, I could tell they still did not believe.