Many tax changes have been enacted recently to help mitigate the financial damage caused by COVID-19. They may affect you if you collected unemployment last year or if you buy health insurance through a “Marketplace.”
Are you eligible to receive direct payments under the new law that passed on March 11?
Business owners may be able to save tax with home office deductions. If you’re working from home (like lots of people these days), you may qualify. Here’s a rundown of the rules.
Can you benefit from the massive new Consolidated Appropriation Act signed into law? Here are some of the tax highlights for individuals.
There are a number of tax obligations that must be met when a business closes its doors. Sadly, because of COVID-19, many businesses are facing this reality. Here are the basic requirements.
Have you lost your job and collecting unemployment? Or are you fortunate to be working from home because of the pandemic? Both of these situations could have tax implications.
Back to school in the COVID-19 era may mean remote learning for your college student. But parents may be able to take advantage of one of these tax breaks for their education expenses.
Businesses that received PPP loans should be aware of the tax consequences. Here’s a look at the issue.
Scholarships are generally tax-free but there are times when academic awards result in taxable income.
Once your 2019 tax return has been filed, there still may be some issues to consider. We’re often asked about refund status, record retention and amended tax returns. Here are some answers.