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DWC Welcomes Matt Leach as New Firm Administrator

We are pleased to announce Matt Leach as our new Firm Administrator. Read on to meet the newest member of our operations team.

Planning Considerations as we Continue to Navigate COVID-19

The pandemic has created some additional tax planning opportunities for individuals and businesses. DWC's Paige Curtiss, CPA, provides ways to benefit from the economic environment and recent tax legislation that has resulted from COVIDÔÇÉ19.

Reporting Requirements for Health Care Providers Under CARES

A new Department of Health and Human Services ruling forces some health care providers that received more than $750,000 in CARES Act funding to undergo either a financial audit or a "single audit." Click here to see how you may be affected.

The Percentage-Withholding Method: How It Works

The calculations surrounding withholding can get very complicated, and the redesigned Form W-4 added additional wrinkles. Click through for a look at the bracket vs. percentage methods, and how the math plays out.

Touchless Payments: A Result of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Touchless payments have been around for a while, but the pandemic may give them a boost, as businesses and consumers both want to avoid physical contact. Click through to learn about how they work, and their advantages.

Hobby or Business: The IRS Takes a Stand

With normal work situations upended by the pandemic, many people are turning what had been side gigs into full-time occupations. Click through to learn the tax implications, because the IRS draws a hard line between a hobby and a business.

Are You Ready To Retire Early?

The economic havoc wreaked by the pandemic, including the shuttering of many businesses and the damage to many sectors, may have you wondering whether it's time to retire. Click through for a closer look at how to retire sooner rather than later.

What to Know About Education Credits

An education credit helps with the cost of higher education by reducing the amount of tax owed on your return. Click through to get details on the American Opportunity and Lifetime Learning credits.

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