Paycheck Protection Program Calculator

Paycheck Protection Program Calculator

Paycheck Protection Program: how much can you get? The CARES Act of 2020 included the Paycheck Protection Program. This stimulus is to help businesses in need during the Coronavirus pandemic as many have a disruption in business. The $349 billion …

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Unprecedented Territory – Updated March 31st, 2020

2020 CARES Act Info

Tax Returns, CARES Stimulus & More We are living history, folks. Stay tuned here for more updates on this fluid situation! Dept of Treasury Paycheck Protection Program SBA Disaster Loan Assistance Application Online Paycheck Protection Application | Supplemental Information Coronavirus …

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Coronavirus Info

2020 Michigan Tax Deadline

To our CPA Nerds family, As you can imagine, we are trying to stay healthy so we can keep serving you to the best of our ability. We’re working hard to meet your deadlines and get through the rest of …

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Steps to Becoming a CPA

How to Become a CPA

How to Become a Certified Public Accountant   A Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is an accountant who is licensed through your individual state’s Board of Accountancy. There are educational requirements, experiential requirements, and licensure information for becoming a CPA. The …

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2020 Tax Deadline Help

Michigan IRS Tax Help

Michigan IRS Tax Help Did you decide to do your taxes yourself? April 15th is around the corner and rather than risk torture in a Turkish prison, talk to the professionals to handle your tax return. Corporate, personal and foreign …

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Congress Updates Retirement Funding Rules

Congress Changes Retirement Funding Rules

Congress Updates Retirement Funding Rules With the stroke of a pen, Congress can essentially do whatever they want, and they have again. But this time, in a pretty good way. Within the massive 643 page spending bill that was recently …

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Understanding Income Tax Brackets

Tax Brackets 2020

How Do Tax Brackets Work? Have you ever heard someone claim something like “I’m in the 22% tax bracket!”? Claims such as these are often misguided. There is a misconception that all of your income is taxed at a certain …

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IRS Releases a New W-4 Form for 2020

New W-4 Form 2020

W-4 Forms Have Changed – Here’s What’s Changed The IRS just released the new Form W-4 which will take effect beginning in 2020, and it has major implications for taxpayers. The new form is intended to make Federal withholding more …

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Tax Tips for Millennial Homebuyers

Millennial Homebuyers Tax Tips & Advice

Michael’s Advice for Millennial Homebuyers Of the many confusing experiences to navigate when saving for a home, buying a home, or selling a home, understanding the tax implications is certainly near the top. If you’re entering the US housing market data …

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Should You Pay a CPA to Do Your Taxes?

Should You Hire a CPA to Do Your Taxes?

How Using a CPA to Do Your Taxes Pays Off With an abundance of free and affordable tax preparation tools out there, many taxpayers are asking themselves if it’s still worth it to hire a CPA to do their taxes. …

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