Self-Employed with No Employees? – How to still get the PPP Loan

Self-Employed with No Employees? – How to still get the PPP Loan

Regrettably, in the early weeks of the Stimulus plan, some banks anxious to help their customers would allow sole proprietors to apply with a simple 1099, or a profit and loss statement, or even a 2018 tax return. If any of these situations occurred to you, and ultimately received a PPP loan based on this information, it’s important you get professional advice immediately on how to move forward in the forgiveness stage and subsequent application.

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Ongoing Changes to the Federal Stimulus & 10 Legitimate Strategies for Business Owners

Ongoing Changes to the Federal Stimulus & 10 Legitimate Strategies for Business Owners

There are 10 key pieces of the legislation that can assist business owners in one form or another. Also, realize that the definition of a ‘small business owner’ encompasses a lot of people, including you. This means sole proprietors, LLC owners, S-Corp owner/shareholders, those with employees, those without, and remember this includes the ‘gig economy’ as it’s termed such as uber drivers and those selling on the web with a side hustle!

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Maximizing the Home Office Deduction in 2020

Maximizing the Home Office Deduction in 2020

The Home Office Deduction is still alive and well…don’t let any accountant tell you otherwise. There are several strategies on how to maximize the Home Office Deduction. It is NOT high risk and every good business owners should take advantage of a home office write-off.

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Where to Set-up my Corporation or LLC

Where to Set-up my Corporation or LLC

Choosing the State in which to set-up your corporation or LLC is actually a very straightforward decision. Don’t let someone talk you into setting up your new entity in Nevada, Delaware, Wyoming or Utah…just to name a few.

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The New Home Mortgage Interest Deduction

The New Home Mortgage Interest Deduction

The new law first imposes a lower dollar limit on mortgages qualifying for the home mortgage interest deduction. Beginning in 2018, taxpayers may only deduct interest on $750,000 of new qualified residence loans ($375,000 for a married taxpayer filing separately), and the limits apply to the combined amount of all mortgage loans. Moreover, the extra $100,000 of home equity interest is gone entirely. 

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