Entries by IslerNW

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How States are Reshaping Nexus Laws for Remote Employees Due to COVID-19

Ever since the coronavirus pandemic began impacting the United States, businesses around the country have responded by instituting work-from-home policies. While it is unclear how much longer the nation will be in the grips of the crisis, social distancing is likely to remain in place for many organizations. Some of the country’s most recognizable brands, […]

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PPP Interim Final Ruling Summary

 To our valued clients:  The US Small Business Administration and Treasury recently issued an interim final rule clarifying Paycheck Protection Program forgiveness issues surrounding owner-employee compensation and the eligibility of rent related non-payroll costs.  The guidance states that owner-employees with less than a 5% interest in a C or S corporation are exempted from the […]

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Wealth Transition and Succession Planning: Best Practices for Businesses During COVID-19

Regardless of the type of business you’re running, it’s safe to say that you’ve likely already been impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic that is making its way across the globe. With no complete end to the situation in sight, many have begun to try to settle into whatever this “new normal” actually is. They’re […]

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IRS Extends the Opportunity to Defer Capital Gains

IRS Extends the Opportunity to Defer Capital Gains Article Highlights: Tax Benefits Investment Period Qualified Opportunity Zone Funds Qualified Opportunity Zones Deferral Period 10 Year Election As part of tax reform put into place a couple of years ago, individuals are able to defer both short- and long-term capital gains into what are referred to […]

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Compare the Potential Tax Plans of Trump v. Biden

As the November elections approach, you might want to know what the two front-running presidential candidates’ tax plans for the future are. The following is an overview of their positions, at least what is known now. However, the political and economic landscapes can change, and there is no assurance these plans won’t be revised or […]

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Watch Out for Tax Penalties

Most taxpayers don’t intentionally incur tax penalties, but many who are penalized are simply not aware of the penalties or the possible impact on their wallets. As tax season approaches, let’s look at some of the more commonly encountered penalties and how they may be avoided.


20 Tips for Working From Home

We found this great article on PCMag. by Jill Duffy and wanted to share… Great tips for working from home! The outbreak of the coronavirus has more people working from home than ever. If you’re new to working remotely, these tips from a home-office pro can help you stay productive and maintain balance. The global […]