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Payroll Tax Holiday and Unemployment Boost Are in Flux

There's a lot of information flying around about where we are with additional pandemic relief, but only minimal official guidance. Click through for a summary of where we are and what may happen in the future.

Common Employer Q&A’s During COVID

Employment laws and compliance have become more confusing and difficult during the pandemic, leaving some with more questions. Here are some common Q&A’s.

Meal Expenses: What's the Story?

There's a lot of confusion and misinformation surrounding business meals and how and when you can deduct them. Click through for a brief history of meal deductions, and an intro to the current situation.

How Workers Can Return

Some jobs cannot be done from home on a long-term basis, so businesses may gradually bring employees back to offices. Click through for tips on how best to do this to protect everyone's well-being as the pandemic subsides.

Home Equity Loans Are Deductible -- Sometimes

The ability to deduct interest on home equity loans has always been one of their great advantages. That provision is still in force, but there are severe limitations. Click through to see if your plans align with the rules.

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