Q1 2020 Tax Headlines For Business Owners
As Ben Franklin said, “In this world, nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” As the tax laws continue to evolve, you can’t even be certain about taxes anymore. Read on for a roundup of five tax headlines that taxpayers should know about in the new year.
by Michigan Department of Treasury
The Michigan Department of Treasury warns Michigan residents with past-due tax debt to be aware of a new scam.
by Mike Godfrey, Tax-News.com Washington
The House of Representatives recently passed the Taxpayer Certainty and Disaster Tax Relief Act of 2019, a bill that extended temporary tax provisions as well as curtailed taxes that were intended to fund Obamacare.
by Gail Cole
While local sales and use tax rates frequently change in many states on January 1, this year nearly half of the United States find rate changes have occurred. Read on to see if your state is among those affected.
by David Floyd
President Trump enacted the largest overhaul to the tax code in decades, but how will it impact your taxes today?
Wondering how the latest round of tax cuts impacts small business owners? According to NFIB, the outlook is good!
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Topics: Tax Topics