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Courtney Brunson making waves!!!! Harvard Law Student, President of Harvard Legal Aid Bureau and Part-time Policy Adviser to the Black Economic Council of Massachusetts (BECMA),  a nonprofit working to advance the economic well-being of Black citizens in the state..  Click the image or title to learn how Courtney is working with BECMA to establish a Public Bank in Massachusetts and how this intersects with a bill drafted by HLS Professor Christine A. Desan and a number of Harvard Law Students working under her direction and the Massachusetts Public Banking coalition which includes BECMA .

The Child Care and Dependent Tax Credit for 2021

The pandemic profoundly disrupted people's incomes and livelihoods. The federal government responded by approving pandemic relief legislation, including changes to the child care tax credit. Click the image or title for a review of what you may be entitled to.

What To Know About the New Lease Accounting Standard

The effective date for private companies to comply with Accounting Standards Codification 842 is on the horizon. The new standard clarifies definitions and businesses will need to make sure they're familiar with the terms. Click the image or title to make sure you're familiar with the basics.

FLSA Mistakes To Avoid

Most employers must adhere to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) but the FLSA can be complex — and mistakes are common and costly. Click the image or title for a quick list of common FLSA errors you should avoid.

S Corporations and PPP Loan Forgiveness

S corporations are passthrough entities created for tax purposes. However, their status raises some problems around how the relief packages passed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic are taxed. Click the image or title for a review of the key provisions that apply to this special situation.

IRS wraps up its 2021 "Dirty Dozen" scams list

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) wraps up its "Dirty Dozen" scams list with warnings for people to be on the lookout for promoters who peddle false hopes of large tax deductions from abusive arrangements.  These aggressively marketed abusive arrangements include; syndicated conservation easements, abusive micro-captive arrangements, potentially abusive use of the US-Malta tax treaty, improper claims of business credits and improper monetized installment sales.  Click the image or title to learn more

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