The Internal Revenue Service won’t further delay the tax filing and payment deadline past July 15, despite requests to do so, the agency said Monday.
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Bill Smith, managing director of the National Tax Office of CBIZ MHM, discusses the loan forgiveness provisions of the PPP, along with the employee retention credit, net operating loss carrybacks and economic impact payments, along with the prospects for the next round of stimulus in Washington.
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With a resurgence of the coronavirus threatening a nascent rebound of the U.S. economy, the White House and Congress are under increased pressure to come to terms on another round of stimulus.July 2
$1.5 billion is available for taxpayers who didn’t file a federal income tax return.July 1
If you have an income of $1 million or more there’s less than a 1% chance that the IRS has called you in for an audit, according to new figures from the agency.July 1
Avalara Returns for Small Businesses arrives at the two-year mark of the Supreme Court Wayfair decision, which allows states to now collect sales tax from remote sellers.July 1
The IRS still hasn’t found everyone who is due a $1,200 stimulus check from the government, and locating everyone eligible for the payments will be key for any additional pandemic relief Congress may pass later this year.July 1
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The new format aims to showcase the IRS’s work in fiscal year 2019, along with an additional message about its response this year to the novel coronavirus pandemic.June 30
Business leaders and accountants should understand three significant SALT issues, if they're expecting an increase of remote employees working in new state or local tax jurisdictions this year.June 29