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Tax Planning Strategies as 2020 Comes to End

2020 has been quite a challenge, to say the least. The COVID-19 crisis brought massive unemployment, business closures, and an enormous amount of uncertainty. All of this has made 2020 seem like the year that never ends. In fact, I'm sure some of us can't wait for it...

Year-End Tax Planning

It has been quite a year, a declared pandemic, multiple rounds of government-injected stimulus packages and nationwide closures have completely changed the way we currently do business. Only three years ago, we were just beginning a conversation about major tax...

Lingering Tax Related Coronavirus Legislation

Businesses Await Answers No Tax Deduction for Expenses Paid with Forgiven PPP Funds A tax surprise could be around the corner for business owners who participate in the federal government’s forgivable loan program — unless Congress intervenes. The PPP was created by...

What a Fed Rate Cut Means for the Markets

Stocks and bonds gain when Fed policy becomes more accommodative U.S. and international stock prices rise after a first Fed rate cut. Gains are strongest when there is no U.S. recession. Bond prices consistently rise prior to an initial rate cut, but are stagnant...

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