Survey Finds Most Satisfied with Workplace Retirement Plans

COVID-19 created challenging financial conditions for businesses, individuals, and families alike, with stay-at-home orders and mandated closures forcing many businesses to cut hours, enforce furlough, or terminate employees. This had a cascading effect on income and savings as many of those impacted turned to distributions or plan loans to bridge

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What Proposed Tax Changes Mean for You – Q&A with a Top Tax Pro

Q: What’s the goal of the current tax proposals? A: Overall, the Biden administration’s tax proposals seek to increase tax revenue to support various government plans to fund needs such as investment in infrastructure. By targeting specific groups, such as large corporations with overseas operations, the intent is to move

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Last Call for 2020 Tax Planning (Yes, in April 2021)

Believe It or Not, There’s Still Time to Implement This Smart Strategy The global pandemic has relentlessly hammered business owners from every angle – and while massive relief legislation eased some of the burden, it also increased the workload. Developing and maintaining alternative business operations to keep employees and customers

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How to Use 529 Plans for College Funds and Education

529 plans are an investment vehicle that allows taxpayers to save for all levels of education. Contributions are made with after-tax dollars, but accumulated earnings and qualified withdrawals are tax-free for federal taxes. If savings towards education for your child or another beneficiary is a priority to you, this type

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Shuttered Venue Operators – Apply Early for Aid

Though virtually no industry remains untouched by the pandemic’s economic impact, live venue operators are among the hardest hit – and the latest round of COVID-19 relief funding includes special provisions to help them weather the storm. Relief is coming, with the Small Business Administration (SBA) expected to begin accepting

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