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Two Month Extension for PPP Loans

On March 30, 2021, President Biden signed HR 1799—the PPP Extension Act of 2021. This bill extends the timeframe to apply for PPP Round 1 and PPP Round 2 loans from the original deadline of March 31 to May 31, 2021. Lenders have until June 30, 2021 to approve loans....

American Rescue Plan Act of 2021

Summary of American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 for Individuals Below is a summary of the American Rescue Plan for Act 2021 (H.R. 1319) for individuals. The bill was signed into law on 3/11/2021. Special information that may impact individuals who received unemployment in...
What is my refund status?

What is my refund status?

Do you want to see the current status of your refund? See the links below. Internal Revenue ServiceMinnesota RevenueWisconsin Department of RevenueNorth Dakota Tax StatusIowa Department of RevenueCalifornia Franchise Tax Board Most of the state links will require you...
How long should I keep my tax returns?

How long should I keep my tax returns?

This is a question we hear often. For the vast majority of our clients, they will want to keep the past three years of tax returns. There are some special situations where it can make sense to hold onto them longer, but they won’t apply to most. Below is great...

Professional Bookkeeping & Payroll Services

As a small business owner, time is limited. You need to make decisions quickly and effectively. To help you, we have developed bookkeeping and payroll packages for small business owners starting at $200/month. Basic Back Office Package Includes: QuickBooks Online...
How to Pay  2021 Estimated Taxes Online

How to Pay 2021 Estimated Taxes Online

Do you have payment vouchers to pay your 2020 estimated taxes, but you would prefer to do it electronically online? Here is how to do it: Federal Direct Pay Link: https://www.irs.gov/payments/direct-pay Instructions: 1.) Click the blue “Make a Payment” button. 2.) On...

CARES Act NOL Change

This year in 2020 is going to be challenging for many companies that are likely to incur net operating losses (NOL’s). To help create cash for businesses to survive, Congress changed the rules on NOL carrybacks for the 2018-2020 tax years. Before we discuss the...

Minnesota Unemployment for Employers

Our office continues to get questions from business owners who have had to lay off employees during the pandemic. Here are some of the common questions: Will my unemployment rates go up if I let employees go? Answer: If the reason is COVID-19 related, then the answer...