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23December
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ByA. Liberati
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Many business owners who have small businesses and/or start up businesses may find it annoying that their Accountant and/or Tax Professional asks them too many questions to file their business income tax returns, or Schedule C.  They may think that the question or questions are irrelevant or too analytical.  Amazingly, there are Accountants and Tax Professionals who think the same way.  These Accountants and Tax Professionals need to be properly trained.
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8December
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ByEvans P.
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I have questions about this emerging... um... art form? Platform? “Non-fungible tokens” use cryptocurrencies’ blockchains to sell original versions of digital artefacts Sports leagues, artists and speculative investors pouring money into non-fungible tokens At first blush, Sheldon Corey's Twitter avatar, shown above, isn't the sort of thing you'd think is worth $20,000 US. But to the Montreal investor, it's worth every penny — if not more.
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5November
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ByIntuit Accountants Team
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Recent legislation includes several provisions to help individuals and businesses who give to charity. The new law generally extends four temporary tax changes through the end of 2021. Here’s an overview of these changes.
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16June
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ByAccounting Principals
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Dads. They’re full of advice. Some of it invaluable and some of it, well, frankly out of date. To celebrate Father’s Day, we rounded up a few of Dad’s pearls of wisdom that are more like wooden nickels in this day and age. Dad says: “Find a solid company and work there until you retire.” Our parents’ generation often stayed with one employer for their entire career. Changing jobs every few years would look bad on a resume. Today, that type of loyalty to one company may be not only difficult to achieve, but a really bad idea.
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9June
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ByHansen Sarah
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TOPLINE  The Internal Revenue Service said Monday it has begun sending letters to more than 36 million families likely eligible to receive payments starting in July under the newly expanded Child Tax Credit—one of the major antipoverty initiatives in President Biden’s stimulus plan—and announced the dates those payments are expected to hit bank accounts.
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