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New Rules for Sole Proprietors, and Time is Running Out!

Act Immediately to Get a Paycheck Protection Program Loan.

The deadline for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans is March 31, 2021, and many lenders will quit accepting applications as early as next week to process what is in their pipeline. For these reasons, it is imperative that any business or organization that qualifies for a PPP loan, first or second draw, apply immediately.

PPP expenses: deductible for federal tax purposes, but what about the states?

When Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans were initially introduced, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) made clear that loan proceeds would not be treated as gross income on federal income tax returns.

IRS opens universal access to Identity Protection PIN program

This year the IRS has opened up its Identity Protection PIN system to all tax filers who wish to opt-in; being a victim of identity theft is no longer a requirement.

2021-02-17T11:48:28-05:00February 17th, 2021|2021 Spring Edition, News & Views, Tax|

What are you doing to secure your data?

The consequences of being a victim of a cyber-attack can be devastating to all sizes and types of organizations, as we saw with the recent cybersecurity breach involving SolarWinds software.

Local tax refunds may be available to some Kentucky employees

Kentucky is one of a handful of states where local taxing jurisdictions, such as cities, counties, and school districts, impose income taxes. Kentucky law permits employees to file for a refund from a local jurisdiction if their employer withheld taxes for that jurisdiction while they worked in another jurisdiction, either within or outside Kentucky.

2021-02-17T11:48:14-05:00February 17th, 2021|2021 Spring Edition, News & Views, Tax|

Some key tax provisions from COVID-19 related legislation

Significant tax legislation due to the COVID-19 pandemic was enacted last year, including charitable donations, business meals at restaurants, and personal protective equipment purchased by teachers.

2021-02-17T11:48:07-05:00February 17th, 2021|2021 Spring Edition, COVID-19, COVID-19 Tax, News & Views, Tax|

PODCAST: 2020 is over, but the uncertainty remains

Maddie Schueler, a Dean Dorton colleague and tax law expert, joins host Justin Hubbard in this episode. Maddie and Justin speculate on the vast uncertainty across the political spectrum and discuss President Biden’s tax proposals. This episode was recorded on January 6, 2021, the day after the Georgia Senate runoff but before the outcome was final.

2021-02-08T14:44:35-05:00January 27th, 2021|Tax, Unhinged Podcast|

On-Demand Video: PPP Loans and the Employee Retention Credit

In this on-demand video, Erica Horn, Maddie Schueler, and John Wurtenberger provide an overview of changes made by the year-end Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021. The Act made significant modifications to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), and the Employee Retention Credit (ERC).

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