For Many Employers and Self-Employed People, Deferred Social Security Tax Payment Due Jan. 3

This article was published by the IRS. The Internal Revenue Service is reminding employers and self-employed individuals that chose to defer paying part of their 2020 Social Security tax obligation that a payment is due on January 3, 2022. Most affected employers and self-employed individuals received reminder billing notices from the IRS. The agency noted, however, [...]

The Current Financial Status of Social Security

With talk that Social Security funds will begin to be depleted in coming years, many people are interested in staying on top of the health of Social Security. Each year, the Social Security Board of Trustees issues its annual report on the current financial status of the Social Security program. In this video, Steve Goss, the [...]

Changed Your Name After Marriage or Divorce?

This video was published by the IRS. If you changed your name after a recent marriage, divorce, or for some other reason, you need to notify the Social Security Administration of that change before you file your tax return. Otherwise, IRS computers can't match your new name with your Social Security number. Names that don't match [...]

Town of Plymouth’s “COVID-19 Daily Update” – May 27, 2020

In this week’s Wednesday episode (May 27, 2020) of the Town of Plymouth’s “COVID-19 Daily Update,” Heather reported that she still hasn't seen movement on fixing the issue of expenses being deductible regarding the PPP loans, which will directly impact how many taxes are owed at the end of the year. The AICPA is working hard [...]

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