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What is the CARES Act? In order to help combat the COVID-19 pandemic, Congress passed the CARES Act which was signed into law on March 27, 2020. The CARES Act contains many important tax provisions which impact most individuals. Some of the most noteworthy tax provisions of the CARES Act for individuals are as follows: […]
With the FFCRA have come many questions about its implementation – implementation which goes into effect now and will affect scores of employees. I have already fielded many calls from employers, and while there is much to know about the FFCRA, with additional regulations anticipated soon, I want to address some pressing, initial issues here.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has implications in Federal Income Tax Law as well as Family Law, and impacts divorce and support cases. This includes changes to alimony, the child tax credit, and federal income tax changes. Read on to learn how this may affect you in the coming year.
The federal government is currently considering broad changes to the federal tax code which, if passed, would have a profound impact divorce & support cases.
In PA, it’s possible for a church or non-profit to own property that is partially tax-exempt and partially taxable, called hybrid real estate tax appeal.
A real estate tax exoneration is an action filed to exempt property from the payment of real estate taxes. Learn about how this can help non-profits and churches in Pennsylvania.