With the tax filing season just around the corner, I repeatedly hear the question, “can I deduct my home office?” The answer varies as the IRS has a more restrictive definition of the home office than those heard in ordinary conversation.
The construction industry has been up and down the past few months. What seemed like a rebound in August going into September turned around by December. Early in 2021, backlogs are down, prices are up, and contractor optimism remains.
While we haven't had a lot of legislation in the last few months, we've had a lot of guidance come out from the IRS and the SBA, particularly surrounding PPP funds. So where are we? View PBMares' recent webinar, "The Latest on PPP: Forgiveness Application and Legislative Update", and stay up to date.
This webinar recording covers Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan forgiveness and loan management, helping you navigate the ever-changing rules and regulations of this CARES Act financial provision.
Throughout the past several months investors have seen turbulent markets affect not only their portfolios but their livelihood as well. As we continue to monitor this unsettling time we also see opportunity.
PBMares and Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Virginia teamed up on April 28, 2020, to provide insights and practical next steps as you navigate the COVID-19 crisis.
The CARES Act contains several financial relief provisions to help construction contractors and other companies stay afloat during the coronavirus crisis.
Recent provisions to the SECURE Act make it easier for employees to save for retirement while employers and plan sponsors have new rules to follow for qualified retirement plans.
When business owners have divergent goals, Section 1031 contains several provisions for like-kind exchanges and installment sales that can be used to satisfy all parties involved. Proactive tax planning can minimize and delay taxes due while allowing members to pursue their desired outcome.
Many tax-exempt organizations have filed their 990 series forms electronically for several years. Some smaller organizations are still submitting their 990, 990-EZ or 990-PF in paper form to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).