IRS Offers Last-Minute Advice With July 15 2020, Tax-filing Deadline Quickly Approaching

With the new July 15, 2020, tax-filing deadline looming large, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) wants Americans to know that they’re not being left out in the woods. Continue Reading →

Hey Harlem Small Businesses, Here Are 4 The COVID Crisis-Related Tax Solutions

If you’re a small business owner, COVID-19 has likely had a financial impact on your company that may include paying any taxes you owe this year. Continue Reading →

IRS Clears The Air On Why All Stimulus Checks Aren’t The Standard $1,200

To clear up some misconceptions about the pandemic-related Economic Impact Payment, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has sent out new consumer guidance. Continue Reading →

NYC Advisory Commissions On Property Tax Reform Releases Report

The New York City Advisory Commission on Property Tax Reform today released its Preliminary Report with an analysis of the City’s property tax system and a set of ten initial recommendations for system reforms. Continue Reading →