Month: February 2021

IRS Unveils New Self-Employed Sick Leave and Family Leave Form

Taxpayers may be aware that the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) includes a refundable tax credit for eligible employers who provide COVID-related sick and family leave. What some might not know is that this credit is also available for self-employed individuals, and a new form from the Internal Revenue Service makes claiming it straightforward.… Read more about IRS Unveils New Self-Employed Sick Leave and Family Leave Form (Feed generated with FetchRSS) – Story provided by TaxingSubjects.com…

Educators Can Now Deduct Expenses for COVID-19 PPE

Since the Coronavirus pandemic began, we’ve heard a lot about front-line health care workers and their risks. Now we’ve come to know that teachers face risks of their own.… Read more about Educators Can Now Deduct Expenses for COVID-19 PPE (Feed generated with FetchRSS) – Story provided by TaxingSubjects.com…

New Law Hikes Deduction Limit for Corporate Cash Contributions for Disaster Relief

Thanks to recent legislation, U.S. corporations can deduct up to 100% of their contributions to relief effort for a qualified disaster. They are also getting a break on how they have to document it.… Read more about New Law Hikes Deduction Limit for Corporate Cash Contributions for Disaster Relief (Feed generated with FetchRSS) – Story provided by TaxingSubjects.com…