Most people don’t think about taxes when it’s not tax season, but you absolutely should. 2020 has been unusual in every way, and the upcoming tax season will likely follow suit because there are tax moves you can make before the end of this year that will benefit you once you.
The coronavirus pandemic has significantly affected the way we conduct business, especially when it comes to sales. We’ve all had to get creative about how we build meaningful connections and establish or maintain business relationships virtually. Until in-person meetings return to full capacity (which likely won’t be any time soon), most.
The United States Senate legislated the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), geared toward providing financial support to the American public and American businesses in light of the economic fallout from the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. A principal component of the CARES Act is the allowance of $349 billion.
Because of the need for physical distancing to help stop the spread of COVID-19, many of us are required to work from home. While for some this may be a new challenge in a difficult time, adjusting to working from home can be easily done when armed with the right information.
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