SJG Blog 2020
Form 1099-NEC (Non-Employee Compensation) Replaces 1099-MISC for Reporting Payments to Non-Employees
Businesses Beware: Despite COVID-19, the Internal Revenue Service is moving forward with changing the reporting requirements of Form 1099-MISC box 7, “Non-Employee Compensation” requiring reporting instead on Form 1099-NEC, effective for 2020. Although Form 1099-NEC is straightforward, Box 1 is for reporting Non-Employee Compensation, many businesses will now be required
We expect 2020 to be one of the most crucial years for tax planning due to the COVID pandemic in addition to the unusual fluctuations in business income, expenses and payroll. The material tax implications that will arise from PPP and EIDL loans and the many changes to the tax
Thirty days after this year’s July 15 income tax filing deadline the IRS began issuing automatically generated notices of past due balances including penalties and interest. The practice of distributing these notices is not new for the IRS – they send these to delinquent taxpayers every year – but what
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is intensifying efforts to thwart identity theft. We have seen a recent increase in the volume of IRS notices mailed to individual taxpayers requesting identity verification in order to process income tax returns, issue a refund or apply an overpayment to next year’s estimated tax.
While so many have suffered horrible unforeseen tragedies and continue to struggle as a result of COVID-19, there is optimism on the horizon for many business owners both new and seasoned as states and businesses are beginning to re-open: Merger and Acquisition activity is beginning to pick up as organizations
Although the April 15, 2020 tax deadline was extended to July 15, 2020, there are many good reasons to file income tax returns now for 2019, many of which will put money in your pocket now. To Qualify for Stimulus Payments– We have found many instances where filing 2019 income