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Didn’t Receive Your Stimulus Check? Here’s What To Do

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Were you eligible to receive the first or second stimulus check, but never received it? If yes, trust me when I say you’re not alone. Many Americans are falling into this category. The second stimulus check had until January 15th to get all the funds dispersed. So if you haven’t received your check by then, these are the steps you need to take.

S-Corp Analysis

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After sitting with clients the last few weeks, I realized I have been discussing the same topic over and over. The reoccurring topic, how to structure your business? After going over the pros and cons of most business structures with clients, we have found most businesses will benefit from an S-Corp the most.

Vacation Home Rules for Losses

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Generally, if you rent out a vacation home to tenants while you’re not using it personally, you can deduct expenses to offset taxable income from the rental. This includes expenses such as mortgage interest, property taxes, repairs, utilities, insurance, etc. In fact, you may even be able to deduct a loss for the year if expenses exceed income.

A New W4, How Does It Help You?

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Most taxpayers have had questions the last two years regarding their federal withholdings on their tax returns. The withholding tables were adjusted after the big tax change (Tax Cuts and Jobs Act) and it left taxpayers questioning if they were going to get a refund or not like in the past. The IRS has finally provided a solution to those questions and it comes in the form of a new W4.

Tax Changes for 2019 Tax Year

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One of the biggest changes in the history of the tax code took place starting for the 2018 tax year. A lot of people were caught off guard with the changes made and didn’t know what to expect. For the 2019 tax year, we are trying to get one foot out in front to make sure everyone knows what to expect.