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Extension Date for Tax Filings and Payments On Friday, March 20, 2020, U.S. Secretary of Treasury Steven Mnuchin announced the extension of tax payments to July 15th, 2020. With this postponement, you will not accrue any interest or deal with penalties on tax payments until July 16th. The postponement of payment is up to $1
The State of New York should immediately suspend the sales tax due, March 20, 2020, in order to give business owners, particularly restaurants, bars and those businesses forced to close, via state mandate, immediate relief. All of us feel terrible for those establishments we’ve done business with for so many years. They need this relief,
As residents of Westchester County there are many options for assisted living and nursing home facilities in nearby CT. However, there are tax reasons you may want your loved one to reside in New York. In New York all Social Security Benefits are subtracted in arriving a taxable income. CT taxes a large portion of
Simple Contributions Timing “When do I need to make my SIMPLE Retirment Contribution by for 2019”? Salary reduction contributions to a SIMPLE must be made to the financial institution no later than January 30. Benefits “How much can I contribute to my SIMPLE IRA”? A SIMPLE is a good alternative for a self-employed individual as an
BACKGROUND: Vapor product manufacturers such as Juul Labs, as well Marlboro maker Altria Group’s Nu Mark have become the hot topic of conversation over the Thanksgiving table due to the increasing nationwide respiratory illness developed by young adults through inhaling a nonflammable liquid and, or gel with or without nicotine that are manufactured into a
As you’ve seen in our past blogs, the changes to the tax law under President Trump are affecting many Americans withholding’s this tax season. Many American’s are under withheld and in result seeing more in their paycheck but less come back in April. While you can’t go back in time and change your W-4 for