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Most recent changes to the New CARES Act

Since the Federal government originally passed the CARES Act to help those suffering the effects of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, there have been many changes to the Act itself.  Coupled with the latest legislation, here are the latest changes to the CARES Act.  First, the PPP loan portion that can be forgiven can now be [...]

2020-06-29T18:57:54+00:00June 29th, 2020|Blogs|

Selling your home during coronavirus

Due to the economic impacts of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, many individuals have begun reassessing their personal finances including their asset holdings. Some of this reassessment has occurred due to loss of income or simply accelerating future plans. One of these considerations has been selling one’s personal home. However, when selling your home, or any [...]

2020-06-23T20:01:24+00:00June 23rd, 2020|Blogs|

Evictions and Covid-19

As COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, continues its effect on our lives, one important issue creating cause of concern is one’s home especially if you rent.  While the economy is slowly opening up, many individuals are having difficulty making regular monthly payments including paying their rent.  Now, the good news for tenants is the government has [...]

2020-06-18T19:27:16+00:00June 18th, 2020|Blogs|

What Everyone Needs To Know Now About PPP Loans & Deductible Expenses

The current COVID-19 pandemic has caused massive ripple effects throughout the global economy.  In the US alone, the novel coronavirus has led to many business closures with small businesses being the most impacted.  Thankfully, the federal government passed the Payroll Protection Program (PPP) as part of the CARES Act.  The program provided funds to small [...]

2020-05-19T21:01:47+00:00May 15th, 2020|Blogs|

REVEALED: Potential Restart Of IRS Collections Is A Real Threat due to COVID-19

As everyone is aware, COVID-19, also known as the novel coronavirus, has caused great turmoil in our lives.  Along with the obvious issues such as the virus pandemic itself and significant job loss, there have been many overlooked consequences of the pandemic such as difficulty paying bills.  One of those bills no one has been [...]

2020-05-19T20:53:19+00:00May 15th, 2020|Blogs|

March: Let’s Recap! Income, Expenses, and Assets

Throughout the month of March, we discussed information that had to be reported to the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) if a taxpayer wished to reduce their tax debt. Among this information is the taxpayer’s income, expenses, and any assets he/she may own. Here is a quick recap of the information we brought you during the [...]

2018-03-30T19:56:47+00:00March 30th, 2018|Blog @es, Blogs, Legal Advice, Taxes|

Reducing Your IRS Tax Debt: A Quick List of Assets that Must Be Reported

This week, we are continuing our discussion about the process to reduce your IRS tax debt, and the information that must be reported to the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”). In addition to income and expenditures that must be reported, the IRS also requires that taxpayers wishing to reduce their debt report certain assets that they [...]

2018-03-22T19:00:02+00:00March 22nd, 2018|Acquisitions, Blogs, Legal Advice|

Reporting Expenses: A Breakdown of Items You Didn’t Know had to be Reported

When attempting to reduce one’s debt, the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) needs to be provided with an accurate picture of one’s finances. If you are seeking to et your tax debt reduced or permanently eliminated, your tax professional will need certain information from you that they will provide to the IRS.  As we discussed last [...]

2018-03-15T19:32:44+00:00March 15th, 2018|Blogs|

Reducing Tax Debt with the IRS: Income You need to Report to reduce or eliminate tax debt

The Tax Code has made some changes in terms of reducing tax debt with the IRS. Keep in mind, however, that if you had debt prior to the enactment of the Code, you still have this debt balance. Therefore, if you are seeking to get your tax debt reduced or eliminated, your tax professional (e.g., [...]

2018-03-09T21:00:07+00:00March 9th, 2018|Blogs|

Things You Might Not Know, But Should: Select Provision of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

In previous weeks, we have discussed changes to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that many people are aware of, such as tax credits and small business taxes. However, there are a number of things you might not know, but should, with respect to the Act. These changes are some that the general public does [...]

2018-02-22T19:56:58+00:00February 22nd, 2018|Blogs, Legal Advice|