COVID-19-related leave donation programs now eligible for tax relief

COVID-19-related leave donation programs now eligible for tax relief

The IRS recently announced special tax relief. It applies to leave-based donation programs set up by employers to aid those directly affected by COVID-19.
Tax Refund for 2018 in 2020? New Extenders Bill Could Mean Yes!

Tax Refund for 2018 in 2020? New Extenders Bill Could Mean Yes!

You may be eligible for a tax refund from your 2018 tax return. Last December, Congress passed the long-awaited extenders bill. Find out if it can help you.
“Qualified Improvement Property” Changes with New COVID-19 Law

“Qualified Improvement Property” Changes with New COVID-19 Law

A new law contains a change in tax rules for qualified improvement property (QIP). Fiducial has the scoop on how the changes may affect you.
July 15th Tax Deadline Is Coming and Not Just for Individual Tax Returns

July 15th Tax Deadline Is Coming and Not Just for Individual Tax Returns

The July 15th tax deadline is coming. It is more than just the deadline for filing your 2019 tax return. It is also the deadline for other things tax.
Tax Due Dates for Businesses and Individuals in July 2020

Tax Due Dates for Businesses and Individuals in July 2020

July is a busy month for taxes in 2020! The IRS extended many tax due dates from April 15th to July 15th. So, this is the month when many taxes are due..
Tax Deadlines Related to COVID-19 Affect HSAs and Retirement Plans

Tax Deadlines Related to COVID-19 Affect HSAs and Retirement Plans

The IRS issued another notice extending tax deadlines because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Notice 2020-35 supplements IRS Notice 2020-23 and earlier guidance.
COVID-19 Tax Credits Provide Much-Needed Relief

COVID-19 Tax Credits Provide Much-Needed Relief

Employers are entitled to refundable tax credits provided under two laws passed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fiducial has the latest.
Business meal deductions: The current rules amid proposed changes

Business meal deductions: The current rules amid proposed changes

Rules for business meal deductions for “wining and dining” current/potential customers and employees have changed. But, you can still claim some write-offs.