Payroll Tax Deferral: Proceed With Caution

The latest panacea to the pandemic is the Payroll Tax Deferral, whereby employers can opt not to withhold the Social Security tax (Medicare must be continued to be withheld) on employees whose annualized salary does not exceed $104,000 ($2,000 per week). Deferral is the key word here! The deferral period of the 6.2% tax began on ...
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Let's Review: The Home Office Deduction in 2020

The coronavirus forced many corporations and small businesses to move non-essential employees to work from home indefinitely. Some companies like Google have extended its work-from-home policy through the end of 2020. Facebook has implemented a work-from-home policy forever. Likewise, self-employed workers might be using their homes more frequ...
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Stimulus money: When are stimulus checks being sent out? Find out if you qualify

You've probably heard that the IRS will be making millions of "economic impact payments" (also known as "recovery rebates") in the coming months to help people stay afloat during this time of economic uncertainty related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's what you need to know about this program. Amount of Payment: The IRS will soon begin making paym...
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Find out if you qualify for the 2020 IRS recovery rebate check.

The Senate unanimously passed a $2 trillion dollar stimulus deal also known as the CARES ACT late last night. The highlight of this package deal includes individual rebate checks to many Americans. The biggest questions now are 1. How will it work? and 2. When should I expect to receive my check? How much money will I receive? The Senate stimulus b...
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