Businesses Get Final Regulations, Additional Guidance for Deducting Interest on Expenses

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017 famously adjusted the income tax brackets and lowered the corporate tax rate to 21 percent, but the sweeping legislation contained a host of tax-related changes.… Read more about Businesses Get Final Regulations, Additional Guidance for Deducting Interest on Expenses (Feed generated with FetchRSS) – Story provided by TaxingSubjects.com…

CARES Act Allows Penalty-Free Withdrawals from Some Retirement Plans

Taxpayers can dip into Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act-specified retirement accounts without suffering a penalty, according to an Internal Revenue Service press release published yesterday. This reminder comes just days after the $600 unemployment benefits included in that legislation expired.… Read more about CARES Act Allows Penalty-Free Withdrawals from Some Retirement Plans (Feed generated with FetchRSS) – Story provided by TaxingSubjects.com…

Security Summit Recommends Multi-Factor Authentication

The second week of “Working Virtually” focuses on multi-factor authentication (MFA). While included in the “Security Six” protections highlighted last week, the Summit is specifically namechecking MFA for one simple reason: It works.… Read more about Security Summit Recommends Multi-Factor Authentication (Feed generated with FetchRSS) – Story provided by TaxingSubjects.com…

IRS Issues Guidance on Recapturing Excess Employment Tax Credits

The Internal Revenue Service has issued new guidance to reconcile advance payments of refundable employment tax credits and recapture the benefit of those credits when needed.… Read more about IRS Issues Guidance on Recapturing Excess Employment Tax Credits (Feed generated with FetchRSS) – Story provided by TaxingSubjects.com…