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Kelly Capone | 1.20.2022

New Allegheny County Paid Sick Leave Requirements

Learn more about the recently passed paid sick leave ordinance for Allegheny County.

Individual Tax Filing Season to Begin January 24

Learn more about US individual tax filing season beginning when the agency starts accepting and processing 2021 tax returns on January 24, 2022.

Applicant Promoting and Engaged in Providing Travel Tours Denied 501(c)(3) Status

Learn more about IRS released section 4943 Private Letter Ruling (PLR) 202143001 pertaining to exemption for travel tour cases.

New Beneficial Ownership Reporting Rules

Read about how a new Proposed Rule from the Treasury's U.S. Financial Crimes Enforcement Network changes and clarifies reporting requirements for beneficial owners under the Corporate Transparency Act.
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Are you still waiting for your 2020 IRS refund? What you need to know…

Learn why some taxpayers are experiencing delays in receiving their 2020 IRS refund and the steps you should take.

New Pennsylvania Electronic Payment Requirements for Personal Tax Payments Greater than $15,000 Beginning January 1, 2022.

Learn more about the January 1, 2022 requirement that personal income tax payments equal to or greater than $15,000 must be paid electronically.

2022 Standard Mileage Rates

Learn more about the 2022 Standard Mileage Rates, including some increases as provided by the IRS.

Donor Information Disclosure Requirements

Learn more about federal and evolving state requirements for tax-exempt organizations filing Schedule B with Form 990.
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Important Tax Savings News for the Construction Industry: Meals Portion of Per Diem Rate or Allowance Now 100% Deductible for 2021 and 2022

Learn more about IRS notice 2021-63 providing construction tax savings regarding meals portion of per diem rate or allowance now 100% deductible for 2021.
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Austin Nace | 11.30.2021

Disappointing News for Employers: Employee Retention Credit Ends Before Fourth Quarter of 2021

Learn more about how the Infrastructure Bill signed on November 15 contains a provision that ends the employee retention credit retroactively to September 30, 2021.
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