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Keeping your peeps; Better’s economic impact; new to us; and other highlights from our favorite tax bloggers. Tsunamis of change John R. Dundun II EA (http://johnrdundon.com/): Favorite headline of the week: “Partnerships and Income Tax – Staring into the Abyss of IRS Form 1065.” Mauled Again (http://mauledagain.blogspot.com/: Throughout most of our lives we walk the
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Content Freshness Usefulness A step-by-step guide to systematize your business. If you buy something through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. How many hours do you work each week? If you’re like most small business owners, that number is upwards of 50 hours! But it’s work you love, so
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Withum, a Top 25 Firm based in Princeton, New Jersey, is adding Restivo Monacelli LLP, a firm headquartered in Providence, Rhode Island. As part of the deal, eight partners and approximately 50 staff from Restivo Monacelli will join Withum roster and continue working from their locations in Providence and Boca Raton, Florida. Financial terms of
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Today, Representative Nancy Mace (R-SC) released the States Reform Act, which would deschedule, regulate, and tax cannabis products with a novel federal excise tax design—based on quantities and predefined categories, not dissimilar from how the federal government taxes alcohol and tobacco. Rep. Mace’s bill would impose a tax of 3 percent on the removal price
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After many sleepless nights, months of planning, and years of hard work, you’re finally ready … it’s time to take the leap and start your small business! Now, we know tax payments are probably the last thing you want to think about right now but trust us — filing small business taxes for the first
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Driving to work the other day, I heard the song “Ice Ice Baby” by 1980s rapper Vanilla Ice (don’t ask me what stations I listen to). There’s a great line: “If there’s a problem yo, I’ll solve it.” That lyric really stuck with me. At the end of the day, that’s what we should be
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Laura Howden / 500px | 500px | Getty Images The travel industry might get a much-wished-for gift this holiday season, if the latest predictions about year-end travel turn out to be true. Pandemic-weary Americans seem to be ready to take trips for Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s and other winter celebrations, several studies have found. AAA
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In the end, did our firms really need the Paycheck Protection Program federal grant/loan that we all received? For the majority of firms, most likely not! Of course, at the time PPP was made available, we were all scared, concerned and clueless as to what would lie ahead. If you were the managing partner and