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IRS Issues Final Regs on Meals and Entertainment

The 2017 TCJA changed the rules for M&E deductions, but years later many subtleties have continued to cause confusion. Fortunately, recent IRS guidance may answer a lot of questions. Click through for an overview of the final regulations.

Disaster Relief Payments: A Simple Way To Help Employees

There's an underrated benefit flying under the radar as the COVID-19 pandemic rages on — and it comes in the form of tax-free disaster relief payments. Click through for insight into this simple, tax-advantaged program.

QuickBooks How To Videos

QuickBooks provides many helpful and short "how to" videos for their accounting software users.  Here are some tutorials you may find helpful.

What Are the Rules on Hazard Pay?

Since the arrival of COVID-19, whether employees should receive hazard pay has been much discussed. Are there rules or best practices? Click through to learn about hazard pay and whether you should provide it.

Short-Term Investing Options

In these confusing times, you may want to keep some money set aside and not make an immediate long-term commitment. Fortunately, you have a range of choices. Click through for unique ways to earn money in the short term.

Know How To File Interest and Dividends

Do you have interests and dividends? Then you'll need to learn about Schedule B, which helps compute the income tax due on these. Click through for an introduction to the types of interest subject to federal income tax.

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