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New Hope for Restoring and Fixing the Employee Retention Credit

As you may remember, two bad things happened to the Employee Retention Credit (ERC): 1. On November 15, 2021, Congress retroactively repealed the ERC for the fourth quarter of 2021 (except for start-up businesses). 2. On August 4, 2021, the…

March 30, 2022

IRAs for Kids

Working at a tender age is an American tradition. What isn’t so traditional is the notion of kids contributing to their own IRA, especially a Roth IRA. But it should be a tradition, because it’s a really good idea. Here’s…

March 28, 2022

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Pros and Cons of Offer In Compromise (OIC) Explained

It is often said there are two things in life we can’t escape – death, and taxes. While on one hand death seems to be an acceptable (and somewhat expected) end to a possibly exciting life, taxes, on the other,…

March 15, 2022

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May Top 4 Prominent Individuals Who Have Tangled With The IRS

Well, they may be the glamorous people we all hope to become, but – to both ours and their disappointment – they are just people, flaws and all. And, honestly, we could live with the fact our favorite public figures do…

March 13, 2022

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May Property Lien: What They Are and How They Impact Property Title

  A property lien is a legal document (i.e. a claim on assets) allowing the creditor to collect money or obtain access to the property in case you don’t pay your debts. Before being delivered to the property holder, every property lien…

March 11, 2022

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