September 2020

Your PPP Loan: How Do You Apply for Forgiveness?

The PPP loan, for most, has already come and gone — though the second stimulus might very well open it up again. But one of the most appealing aspects of the PPP loan was the fact that it could be forgiven. As long as businesses used a certain amount of the funds towards essential things [...]

Tax Tips for Private Practitioners and the Self-Employed

If you're a Schedule-C business owner, your company is yourself. You're self-employed, a private practitioner, a contractor, a gig worker, or otherwise engaged in your own business operations. And that makes your taxes especially complex because your Form 1040 also includes all your business information. At the end of the year, your personal and business expenses will [...]

What to Do After Receiving a CP Notice

If you've received a CP notice, don't panic. While it's not an ideal situation, there are ways to get it resolved. The IRS is more forgiving than most people think, and they'll usually take the time to explain their notices. But you do need to take action once you receive the notice. The IRS is [...]

The CARES Act: Important Deductions

A $2.2 trillion, 300 page bill, the CARES act set records when it was signed into law in March 2020. But while most people were focused on the stimulus check, unemployment, PPP loans, and EIDL loans, the package also came with a significant amount of tax relief and tax deductions. Here's what you need to [...]

Contact Us Today For A FREE Consultation & $50 Credit Towards Your Tax Prep Services!
We respect your privacy.