Newsletter – March 2, 2022

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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.






IRS Provides Guidance on Schedules K-2 and K-3

The IRS has provides further details on additional relief for certain partnerships preparing schedules K-2 and K-3 for 2021. Click through for an overview of these complex but important changes.


10 Considerations for Claiming 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. The two must work together. Click through for an introduction to the complex tax situation.






Taxes and Business Startups

New entrepreneurs think about production, marketing, sales and human resources — but often forget the tax angle. You need to be on top of your IRS situation from day one. Click through for an overview of taxes for new businesses.


Intro to the Accounts Payable Process

It doesn’t matter whether your business brings in $50,000 a year or $50 million — it needs an effective bill-paying system. Click through for some tips on building and managing an efficient accounts payable process.



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