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Tax Impacts of Biden Administration’s American Jobs Plan
With the recent release of President Biden’s American Jobs Plan, corporations can expect to see tax increases in the near future to help fund the $2 trillion infrastructure plan. Read more.
New Law: Parents and Other Eligible Americans to Receive Direct Payments
The American Rescue Plan created new direct payments to individuals, and eligible parents will also receive additional payments through the revised Child Tax Credit. Learn more.
More Economic Impact Payments on the Way – Be Sure to Check the Mail
If you don’t receive the next economic impact payment via direct deposit, watch your mail for a paper check or EIP card. Read more.
Michigan Extends Tax Deadline to May 17 for Individuals
Following the recent announcement of the federal tax deadline extension, Michigan has also extended its deadline to May 17 for individuals. Learn more.
Tax Deadline Extended to May 17 for Individuals
As Americans continue to navigate through the uncertainty of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Treasury and IRS have extended the deadline for 2020 individual tax returns to May 17, 2021. Learn more.
Latest Stimulus Bill Increases Tax Reporting Measures for Platform Businesses and Workers
The American Rescue Plan Act recently increased tax reporting measures for platform businesses such as Uber and Lyft. Read more.
American Rescue Plan Act Relief Bill Passes Congress
The House of Representatives has approved another coronavirus relief bill: the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021. Gain insight into the bill’s provisions impacting individuals and businesses.
Smallest of Businesses Get Priority in PPP Application Process
Businesses with fewer than 20 employees will now be first in line to access the remaining $150 billion in PPP funding to reopen and rebuild in the wake of the pandemic. Read more.
IRS Urges Taxpayers to E-File and Use Direct Deposit This Unique Tax Season
Want your tax refund quickly and safely this year? To avoid any pandemic-related disruptions, the IRS encourages individuals to file online and select direct deposit as their funding method. Learn more.
Eligible Teachers Now Qualify for COVID-19-Related Expense Deductions
Educators can now deduct certain unreimbursed classroom expenses used to combat the spread of COVID-19, including masks, disinfectant, plexiglass dividers and more, thanks to a new safe harbor from the IRS. Learn more.
4 Key Tax Issues to Be Aware of in 2021
With new COVID-19-related tax laws and guidance affecting the 2021 tax season, Doeren Mayhew’s dedicated tax advisors highlight four tax-related issues you should be aware of.
Consider Your Accounting Options for Booking PPP Loan Forgiveness
Ever-changing regulations and guidance on loan forgiveness make accounting for PPP loans complex. To help you better understand, our PPP advisory professionals have outlined recognition options and tax implications for deliberation.
American Rescue Plan Unveiled by President-Elect
President-elect Joe Biden has announced his plan to provide additional aid to Americans struggling in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic: the American Rescue Plan. Learn more about the proposed plan’s provisions.
How Does the New COVID-19 Relief Bill Affect Retirement Plans?
Another major provision addressed in the new Consolidated Appropriations Act is retirement plan termination relief – gain insight into how both plan sponsors and participants can benefit.
SBA Guidance Released on Second Draw PPP Loan: What You Need to Know
The SBA has released formal guidance on second-draw PPP loans, enacted as part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021, for businesses who have received a PPP loan but are in need of another. Read more.
IRS Releases PPP Deductibility Guidance in Wake of Stimulus Legislation
As a result of the recent passing of the new stimulus legislation, the IRS has released guidance clarifying the deductibility of expenses paid with PPP funds. Read more.
The COVID-19 Relief Law: What’s in It for You?
Can you benefit from the massive new Consolidated Appropriation Act signed into law? Here are some of the tax highlights for individuals.
Retention Tax Credit Continues to Benefit Employers
Thanks to the passing of The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, employers can now benefit from the Employee Retention Tax Credit through June 30, 2021. Gain insight into what this means for your business.
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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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World Health Organization
Internal Revenue Service Coronavirus Tax Relief
American Medical Association
United States Department of Labor
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Small Business Administration’s Lenders and Borrowers FAQ
Updated PPP Loan Forgiveness FAQs
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