A US Savings Bond To Consider

We normally do not look too deep into government savings bonds due to the low interest rates, but there is one we feel is worthy of consideration right now. The US Series… Continue On +

IRS Backlog and Delays

We wanted to share an update on some reasons behind IRS delays which are impacting many of our clients. An Annual Report to Congress recently released by National Taxpayer Advocate Erin M.… Continue On +

New Metro and Multnomah County Tax Payment

What Employers Need to do Now for the New Metro and Multnomah County Taxes As you are probably aware from our previous newsletters, Portland Metro District and Multnomah County have recently passed… Continue On +

CORRECTION TO EXAMPLE 2: New Multnomah County Tax

CORRECTION TO EXAMPLE 2 – UPDATE:  The Multnomah County Preschool for All Tax for 2021 The purpose of this letter is to provide a reminder of the upcoming due date of 4/15… Continue On +

HHS UPDATE- WE NEED TO HEAR FROM YOU BY JANUARY 10, 2022

If you received HHS Provider Relief Fund payments in excess of $10,000 between July 1, 2020 – December 31, 2020, you must comply with HHS’ reporting requirement.  The Reporting Portal will open… Continue On +

Workers Opportunity Tax Credit

As people start to return to work there is a tax credit that has been around for years that you may be eligible to receive. The Workers Opportunity Tax Credit provides a… Continue On +

Further Clarification on HHS Phase 4 Eligibility

Phase 4 General Distribution Regarding our recent blog about the HHS Phase 4 Provider Relief Fund, there is one point of clarification we would like to make. For the Base Payment most… Continue On +

10/26 Application Deadline Approaching for HHS Phase 4 Provider Relief Fund Payments – Should You Apply?

Our office has received many questions from clients wondering if they should apply for the HHS Phase 4 General payment. Based on what we know, the answer is “it depends.” First, consider… Continue On +