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Tax Changes to Think About in 2022

A lot has changed since provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act expired Dec. 31, 2021, rather than being extended. Plus, the proposed Build Back Better Act is on the horizon. Click through for some insight into the 2022 tax landscape.

Can You Claim the Credit for Other Dependents?

If you don't qualify for the child tax credit, you may be able to claim the credit for other dependents. Click through for an introduction to this often forgotten tax break, to see whether you're eligible to claim it on your tax return.

Small Business Resilience Depends on Keeping a Focused Perspective

You've probably read a variety of studies that support a range of viewpoints. How do you know what to believe? Small-business owners need to put these findings into context. Click through for a quick guide on how to look at stats.

Key Rules--And Extended Deadlines--for PPP Loan Forgiveness and the ERC Tax Credit

As business owners who received a Paycheck Protection Program loan prepare to file their 2021 taxes, they need to consider whether they are also eligible to claim the Employee Retention Credit. Click through for an introduction to the complex tax situation and the ERC deadline rules, extended as far as 2025.

Security Is Key for Shared Applications

Taking measures to secure your personal and identifiable information has always been important. It is even more important now that many companies that share applications with their employees are all operating remotely. Click through for tips on how to protect your personal information. 

Unemployment and Tax: Back to Normal

The federal government typically taxes unemployment compensation, but it granted a partial break for income earned in 2020. That break has expired. Click through to learn what to expect for unemployment compensation earned in 2021.

Advertising Costs: More (and Less) Deductible Than You Realized

Recent guidance from the IRS highlights the tricky nature of advertising costs. Some peripheral expenses are deductible, in fact, while a few seemingly acceptable ones are not. Click through for the details on advertising deductions.

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