What You Should Know About Personal Bankruptcy Laws and COVID-19


Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many individuals have experienced financial hardship. Because of this, there has been an influx of people who are exploring various avenues to help them get […]

When Should Businesses Use Tax Form 1099-NEC Instead of 1099-MISC?


Many small businesses rely on independent contractors either instead of, or in addition to, W2 employees. If you pay independent contractors to provide services for your company, be aware that […]

2021 Eviction Moratorium Extension and Tenant Rent Relief Update


Normally a time to celebrate with family and friends, this year’s winter holiday season was largely spoiled by the global pandemic. The normally joyous countdown to 2021 took on an […]

How to Avoid Eviction During COVID-19


The COVID-19 pandemic, which prompted shelter-in-place and stay-at-home orders in an effort to slow the spread of the virus, upended virtually everyone’s lives. It also disrupted people’s livelihoods, particularly those […]

Protect Your Small Business from Cyberattacks


As a small business, you may not have thought much about cyberattacks. In fact, 54% of small businesses believe they are too small to be subjected to a cyberattack. But […]

What You Need to Know About Becoming a Landlord in 2021


You can argue that 2021 is both the worst and best possible time to be a landlord. Due to COVID-19, tenants are out of jobs and unable to pay rent […]

A Healthcare Power of Attorney is Part of Your COVID-19 Care Plan


COVID-19 is a confusing virus. Some people are barely affected by it, while others become seriously ill. People who are adversely affected can move from sick but stable to a […]

7 Essential Tax Tips for Vacation Property Owners


If you rent your home or another property to vacationers, whether you handle the details directly or use a popular third-party rental service, the income you receive is likely taxable. […]

Starting a Business During COVID-19


COVID-19 has forced businesses, new and old, to be creative about how they operate and how they offer goods and services. The companies that have been able to adjust quickly […]

Should I Make or Revise My Living Will to Allow for COVID-19 Care?


COVID-19 is an unpredictable illness that can quickly turn a healthy individual into someone fighting for their life in a hospital. While the virus does not need to cause panic, […]

When Are 4th Quarter 2020 Estimated Taxes Due?


If you are self-employed or started a business on the side in 2020 for extra income, you are required to pay estimated taxes to the IRS on a quarterly basis. […]

What Is a Furlough and What Does It Mean for Employees?


As a result of the Coronavirus pandemic sweeping the United States, numerous local and state governments have ordered the closure of non-essential businesses. That, in turn, has forced employers to […]