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How COVID-19 Could Affect Your Taxes

COVID-19 Could Affect Your Taxes  The COVID-19 outbreak has had dramatic effects on our health, finances, businesses, and almost every…

When are my 2019 state taxes due?

The IRS extended the federal tax due dates to July 15 a couple of weeks ago due to the current pandemic situation. Most states have aligned with that date by now but a few outliner states have a different date. Make sure you are aware of your state tax deadline.

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Tax Tip Tuesday: Tax Deductions for Homeowners

Tax Deductions for Homeowners Owning a home is a huge milestone for most people. It’s probably the biggest investment you’ll make and comes with a ton of financial responsibility. But did you know you can get special tax breaks for simply owning a home? It’s beneficial to know what deductions

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The CARES Act: Everything you need to know

The CARES Act, which was officially signed by the president last Friday, provides an economic stimulus package for businesses and individuals affected by the current Pandemic. This law is a direct response to help businesses and individuals during the economic downfall directly related to COVID-19. The CARES Act includes (but

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SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans

The governor of Nebraska declared a state of emergency. This allows businesses who have been directly affected by the pandemic to apply for a disaster loan. The Small Business Association offers this low-interest loan program to small businesses to help stimulate and provide vital economic support. Up to $2 million

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What is the Families First Coronavirus Response Act?

Families First Coronavirus Response Act What’s in it for businesses? the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA or Act) mandates the payment of paid family leave and sick pay due to COVID-19 by certain employers not previously required to pay for these items. The new law requires small employers who

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The SECURE Act: What’s changed?

At the end of 2019, The SECURE Act was passed by the Senate and signed into law by President Trump. The ‘Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement’ (SECURE) Act was created to help improve retirement security by making saving for retirement easier and more accessible to many Americans. The

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