Posts Tagged ‘Accounting’
How Billionaires Avoid Taxes, Legally.
Recently tax return data on many of the nation’s wealthiest people became public. Regardless of the breach of privacy, tax avoidance is a hot topic. What are the real reasons why some people seem to avoid paying their fair share of taxes? Some say it’s because rich individuals use sophisticated legal techniques or offshore bank…Read More
Three Options to Stimulus Loan Forgiveness
We are entering the second month of the shutdown. Many of our clients have received their PPP loan funds, no doubt, with a sigh of relief. With money in hand, attention is turning to forgiveness. The percentage of funds used for payroll costs is key to ensuring forgiveness takes place.Read More
UPDATED: 3 Keys to Understanding, SBA, EIDL, and PPP Stimulus
For-Profit Businesses with under 500 team members CARES Act reduces concern about having to furlough employees.SBA advance loan application is simplified, with no forms to submit.Payroll Protection Program loan application process launching this week Key 1 – SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL Advance Loan/Grant) Should I Apply for the SBA up to $10,000 Loan…Read More
Three Decision to Make Now for When Doors Open Again!
We want you to know that we are open and working either in the office or remotely. We are, however, taking precautions to protect the well being of our team members and clients. We are committed to putting you in the best financial position possible through proactive tax, consulting, and accounting regardless of the outside…Read More
Utah “Claimant Guide to Unemployment”
Utah’s “Claimant Guide to Unemployment Benefits” – Helpful Hacks Written by Ed Gabriel, DrillDown Solution See all 24 pages at https://jobs.utah.gov/ui/jobseeker/ClaimantGuide.pdf Qualifying The base period is the first four of the last five completed calendar quarters before the week in which you file your application for benefits. To determine your unemployment benefit amount, you must…Read More