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COVID-19 Tax Credits For Businesses

March 31, 2021/ Kristy Donahue / Taxes / 0 comments Tax Attorney, Ian Alden will be hosting an important and informative workshop where you can learn about tax credits for your business. We may be nearing the end of the pandemic, but we’re right in the middle of tax season. This workshop discusses some of…

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Best Tax Software for Small Business Filing in 2021

If you buy something through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Tax preparation may not be the most exciting element of running a small business — but it is essential. Companies have tons of options for preparing their tax returns each year, from online tax preparation tools to working…

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Learn The Top 10 Things Not To Do As A Business Owner.

February 18, 2021/ Kristy Donahue / Business Law, Business Tips, Commercial Transactions, Contracts, COVID-19, Employment Law, LLC, Resolving Disputes, Small Business, Strategic Planning, Taxes / 0 comments Free virtual workshop next week. Top 10 Mistakes Business Owners Make.  Part 1- 2/22/2021  Part 2- 2/25/2021  25 +years and thousands of clients later, Attorney Larry Donahue has…

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What You Need to Know for 2021 Tax Filing

While it will still take a few more months into 2021 to get back to something near normal (or at least pre- 2020 normal), one thing that hasn’t changed is tax season. Although the tax deadline was pushed to July last year because of the coronavirus pandemic, this year, the deadline returns to April 15,…

Fintech Cadre Launches New $400 Million Fund Targeting Individual Investors And Plans To Back Underrepresented Real Estate Operators
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Fintech Cadre Launches New $400 Million Fund Targeting Individual Investors And Plans To Back Underrepresented Real Estate Operators

Cadre’s Ryan Williams graced the cover of Forbes in 2019 as his real estate startup neared unicorn status. After a brutal slog for real estate during Coronavirus, Williams is revving up growth at his company. Jamel Toppin for Forbes Ryan Williams got his start in real estate investing as a student at Harvard University in…

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Are They An Employee Or An Independent Contractor?

January 29, 2021/ Kristy Donahue / Business Law, Business Tips, Contracts, Employee Management, Employment Law, Human Resources, Lawsuit, Resolving Disputes, Small Business, Strategic Planning, Taxes / 0 comments Just because you call them a contractor doesn’t mean they are…. Attorney Joseph Turner looks at the conundrum that many business owners face when dealing with employees….

Self-employed should pay equal tax with employees, says top thinktank
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Self-employed should pay equal tax with employees, says top thinktank

Taxing times: experts have pushed back at the call for self-employed to pay more tax post-pandemic The self-employed and small business owners should pay as much tax as the employed, influential think-tank the Institute for Fiscal Studies argues. The current tax system does not really work for anybody, says the IFS in its report published…

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