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Part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act allowed employers to defer payment of their share of payroll taxes required between March 27 and December 31, 2020. Those deferred payroll taxes are paid back in two installments – the first due December 31, 2021 and the remaining by December 31, 2022. Also,…

With 2020 finally in the rear view mirror, make 2021 free of tax issues and take care of one last piece of 2020 business before you say goodbye for good – your 2020 taxes and those lingering tax issues. Tax Day is back to April 15th in 2021, so there is still time to work…

It’s After October 15th. What Happens Now? The extension deadline to file your individual tax return has come and gone. Maybe you got your tax return in on time. Maybe you didn’t. Key question to ask is – what happens now? Let’s start with the on-time scenarios – your taxes were done and filed by…

Tax Resolution 101 – Penalties and Interest You already owe a tax debt to the IRS or State. Then they add interest and penalties on top of that? Talk about adding insult to injury. It is important to understand how interest and penalties are applied by the IRS to know how it impacts your tax…

IRS and State Penalties and Interest IRS and State penalties and interest are punishments placed against a taxpayer that has an outstanding tax debt. Penalties and interest continue to accrue on the debt until the full tax debt is paid, regardless if a taxpayer enters into an agreement with the IRS. To understand how penalties…

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