January 21, 2021

The IRS and the Treasury Department have already begun to distribute a second round of stimulus checks to individuals. For those who opted for direct deposit, they can expect to receive their money very soon if they haven’t already. Taxpayers who are receiving their economic impact payment in check form, can expect to receive it throughout all of January.

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If Student Loan Forgiveness is Adopted, it Could Impact Your Taxes.

Student debt cancellation is currently being discussed between Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and President-elect Joe Biden. Because of the ongoing pandemic, many Americans are struggling to financially stay afloat because of the ongoing pandemic. Student loan relief could help those who don’t have the ability to make their monthly payments. Here are some possible tax implications you could face if your student debt goes away.

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Tax Implications when Buying & Selling Stocks 

Although the stock market has been unstable throughout the course of the pandemic, millions of individuals have still been investing in stocks and making the most of stock prices that have hit their lowest. Those who have been investing in the stock market or have sold any stock will need to report any capital gains they received to the IRS in order to avoid any tax implications.

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Small Businesses have been hit with a PPP tax Change. Here’s Everything You need to Know.

The IRS has added additional information to the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program. The additional details entail that tax-deductible items will not be deductible if they were paid through PPP funds.

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