Newsletter – September 30, 2020


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Welcome to Dennis & Associates Newsletter

Welcome to our firm's newsletter! We plan to give you helpful information every two weeks. Click through to learn all about the valuable free information we'll be sending.






Is This Your Situation: Concerned About Strategic Tax Planning and Itemizing

The changes made by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 make itemizing deductions out of reach for most taxpayers. With good tax planning, however, taxpayers still may be able to itemize. Click through to learn about alternate-year itemizing and other strategies.


A New Normal in an Uncertain World

Strategizing for an uncertain future is not easy. But businesses that take a closer look at their response to the pandemic can learn how to do just that. Click through to learn about strategic planning in today's environment, which also can help you in the future.






Tax Scams: The Pandemic Edition

With all the things that are changing in 2020, there is one constant you can count on: Tax scams are still with us. Click through to learn what to watch out for as scammers find ways to incorporate the pandemic into their schemes.


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.



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