January 15, 2021
Filing Deadlines and Updates
Here are a few reminders for upcoming tax deadlines.
January 31, 2021 - Filing and issuing 1099-MISC/NEC
March 15, 2021 - Filing/requesting and extension for 1120S. S Corporations must file 1120S and prepare Schedule K-1 for each shareholder.
March 15, 2021 - Filing/requesting an extension for 1065. A partnership/multi-member LLC must file 1065 and prepare Schedule K-1 for each partner.
March 31, 2021 - Apply for PPP2
November 28, 2020
Preparing for the Tax Season
Now is the time to get your financial and business information organized so you are prepared for the tax season.
Tips to get organized and prepared for the new year
If you are one of those business owners who are behind with your bookkeeping now is the time to get your books done. This will help your Tax Accountant to better advise you about things you can do before the year ends to reduce your taxes. If your books are not up to date and accurate you cannot get professional advice on how to reduce taxes.
April 8, 2020
Cares Act Summary
The CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act) was signed into law on Friday March 29, 2020 by President Trump. The Act brings economic relief to individuals and businesses impacted by COVID 19. We are providing a summary of the main provisions in the bill that relates to individuals and small businesses to help you understand and access relief that might be available to you under the Act.
We cover the most relevant provisions, but the bill is 900 pages long, so not everything is captured in our summary.
September 30, 2019
Three Ways to Keep Your Business on Track
Separate Personal and Business Expenses
As a small business owner, it is critical to know your cash flow: the money going in and out of your business. Many business owners make the mistake of mixing business and personal expenses. If you keep your business and personal funds in one account, it's impossible to tell how much cash your business is generating. Knowing your business cash flows will help you make informed decisions about how to manage your cash most efficiently. Read more.
July 16, 2021
The Advance Child Tax Credit (CTC) Payments in 2021
The advance child tax child payment started yesterday, July 15. The IRS will pay qualifying taxpayers with kid(s) under the age of 18 half of the total credit based on their 2019 or 2020 tax return filed.
You can check if you are enrolled to receive the six monthly payments on the 15th of each month for the rest of the year or opt out on IRS website https://www.irs.gov/credits-deductions/advance-child-tax-credit-payments-in-2021 .
You can opt-out to stop getting advance payments. Here is why you might want to unenroll or opt out:
Your income increases or you have capital gains this year. That could make you ineligible for CTC or reduce the amount you usually get and require you to pay back the advance payments you received when you file your taxes for 2021 next year. This is because the IRS is using your most recent tax return (2019 and 2020) to determine if you are qualified and the amount you should receive.
Divorced parents should also be aware that the advance payments will go to the parent that claimed the child on their 2019 or 2020 return. If the situation has changed that parent may owe the IRS if they don’t opt out of the advance payments.