Archive for May 2021


6 Things to Know About Making Loans to Grandchildren for College

College expenses are constantly on the rise, and even families who plan carefully may find that there are more costs than they are prepared to shoulder. Grandparents who have the […]

How Long Does an IRS Tax Audit Take?

Learning that your small business will be subject to an IRS tax audit can be unnerving. Most entrepreneurs in that position understandably want the audit completed as quickly as possible. […]


Making a Birth Plan for Parents and Birth Teams

Mother’s Day is just around the corner, and expectant moms are looking ahead with anticipation to the arrival of their new babies. A Birth Plan can be a helpful document […]


When Are 2021 Q2 Estimated Taxes Due?

You are, in most cases, required to make estimated tax payments to the IRS if you are self-employed, or if you expect to owe the IRS $1,000 or more when […]

Get Your Vacation Rental Property Ready for Summer

About half a million Americans buy a second home each year. If you are like many of these fortunate second homeowners, you may be considering renting your second property this summer to generate extra income.


Estate Planning: Don’t Forget to Make a Plan for Your Digital Assets

We all have digital assets. In fact, if you use a smartphone, tablet, computer, or maintain an online account, you most certainly have digital assets. Even if these assets do […]

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Extended FFCRA Tax Credit for Employers Offering COVID Paid Leave

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), passed in 2020, has a range of provisions designed to help individuals and families affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Among those provisions was […]