How St. Pete’s 4th Street Shrimp Store is still adapting to change
Businesses had to make big changes in 2020 to stay afloat. How are they managing now?
Big change may be ahead for real estate investors: The Biden Administration wants to limit 1031 exchanges
It’s common for real estate investors to immediately invest profits from a sale into a new property to defer taxes, but that may all be changing due to a proposed change in the tax code.
Check out our new nonprofit accounting digest!
We’re excited about our first edition of a quarterly newsletter highlighting the latest trends in the industry of nonprofit accounting.
Employee Retention Credit extended (5 things you should know)
The IRS guidance released this week clarifies changes included in the American Rescue Plan.
Should you start a business? 7 steps to evaluating your idea
In the pandemic economy, entrepreneurs are still starting businesses all over the country. Before you dive in, check out our steps to evaluating your business idea.
35 Million: The total backlog of tax returns the IRS had at the end of tax season
The Internal Revenue Service has released a midyear report to Congress that details a significant backlog of tax returns dating back to the end of tax filing season, and many of those returns have yet to be processed.