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PPP2 Application & Additional Guidance

Late on January 6th, the SBA issued 120 pages of guidance in the form of Interim Final Rules. The revised application for Paycheck Protection Program Part 2 was released on January 8th.

The SBA will begin taking applications on January 11th although only new borrowers in underserved communities will have access today and tomorrow. On Wednesday, January 13th, all eligible entities nationwide will be able to apply.

Sam Estes Joins Dent Moses Team

Dent Moses LLP., is pleased to announce that Sam Estes recently joined the firm as a Staff Accountant. Prior to joining Dent Moses, he served as Staff Accountant at Carr, Riggs & Ingram, LLC., where he audited governmental entities and employee benefit plans, and prepared tax returns for corporations and individuals. He received his Bachelor…
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What to do with all these pesky 1099s directed toward your business

I received an email from a dental client of mine yesterday – he unwittingly inspired this post. His question was, “What do I do with this mountain of 1099s that I have received in the business?” This is a short question with a long answer. First, the rules The may be a refresher for most…
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Cents-per-mile rate for business miles decreases slightly for 2020

This year, the optional standard mileage rate used to calculate the deductible costs of operating an automobile for business decreased by one-half cent, to 57.5 cents per mile. As a result, you might claim a lower deduction for vehicle-related expense for 2020 than you can for 2019.

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act – C Corporation Tax Rates

Last time, we looked at individual tax rates. This time, let’s look at the bigger picture of C Corporations. PART 2   C Corporations currently pay taxes on a graduated scale up to 35% of taxable income. Personal service corporations (attorneys, engineers, etc.) pay at a flat 35%. Beginning in 2018, all C Corporations will…
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What You Need to Know About IRS Scam Calls

This summer has seen an uptick in IRS scam calls, and an evolution of strategies from the scammers themselves. We have received many calls and e-mails attempting to verify whether or not a call is legitimate, and most have unfortunately been fraudulent. On August 2nd, the IRS released a bulletin in which Commissioner John Koskinen…
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Use Tax Compliance for Business Owners

Business owners pay many different kinds of taxes every year. Of those taxes, sales tax is probably the easiest to understand. If a business owner buys $100 in dental supplies and the tax rate is 10%, then the business owner pays an extra $10 to cover the tax. The vendor collects and pays the sales…
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