The recent presidential memorandum ordering a payroll tax deferral on wages paid between Sept. 1 and Dec. 31 raises many questions about how it will be implemented. In this podcast, Ed Karl, the AICPA's vice president-Tax Policy & Advocacy, discusses the issues and recent AICPA recommendations.
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Making the right Social Security claiming decisions is critical, but a recent survey by Nationwide suggests many people are unaware of when they will be eligible for full benefits. Here is a look at some critical knowledge for retirement savers.
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The Internal Revenue Service has stopped sending balance-due notices to taxpayers as it works to process its backlog of unopened mail. It is also working to correct certain erroneous penalties for some employers who reduced their payroll tax deposits to claim COVID-19 relief-related credits.
The Internal Revenue Service finalized regulations and withdrew temporary regulations on the Sec. 245A dividend rules, as well as Sec. 954 and the reporting requirements for those new rules under Sec. 6038, which were all amended by the law known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
Can your clients reduce their CapEx? Most likely. Small to mid-sized business owners, once opposed to working-from-home, now plan on staying 100% remote, indefinitely. Learn what’s caused this shift and see if your clients could ditch their brick-and-mortar offices (and save big), today.
With remote work now widespread because of the pandemic, employees will want to demonstrate they are able to stay engaged despite being away from the office. Here are eight tips to do that, starting with overcommunicating about projects.
Users of the video conferencing app Zoom reported an outage Monday morning in the US, creating potential problems for businesses and students who depend on the technology. Zoom said it had resolved the issue later in the day.
Technology is a critical part of the modern business world, and this is particularly true as companies continue to grapple with disruptions caused by the pandemic. This article explains how to overcome resistance to new technology.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is scheduled to discuss possible changes to its definition of an accredited investor. SEC Chairman Jay Clayton has said modernization of the current test based solely on income or net worth is long overdue.
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