Is Your Organization Taking Advantage of the Work Opportunity Tax Credit?

The IRS has released updated information on the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC), available to employers that hire designated categories of workers who face significant barriers to employment. For employers facing a tight job market, the WOTC may be able to

Get Ready for a New Era of IRS Enforcement – Some Returns Can Be Audited With No Time Limit and 87,000 New IRS Agents?

The recently passed Inflation Reduction Act has generated a lot of confusion for individual taxpayers and large corporations alike. Sensational headlines have given rise to misleading or downright wrong articles from all sides of the political spectrum. Forbes has released

New Home Health OASIS-E Guidance Training Program from CMS

CMS is offering a virtual training program that provides instruction on the guidance for the Outcome and Assessment Information Set (OASIS)-E. This training is part of a comprehensive strategy to ensure home health providers have access to the educational materials

Important Tax Considerations for People Who are Separating or Divorcing

When people go through a legal separation or divorce, the change in their relationship status also affects their tax situation. The IRS considers a couple married for filing purposes until they get a final decree of divorce or separate maintenance.

Did You File an Extension for Your Individual Tax Return? Don’t Wait Until October – File ASAP to Avoid Interest and Penalties!

Anyone who has not yet filed their 2021 tax return, including those who requested an extension, should file as early as possible once they have all their information together. There’s no need to wait until the October deadline. Preparing your