Earlier this month, the IRS reopened its campuses and began the monumental task of processing nearly 11 million pieces of unopened mail, in addition to the 20 million notices that
Senior citizens are one of the most vulnerable populations when it comes to the coronavirus. Not only are those 65 and older more likely to die from the virus, but
To date, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has sent out more than 150 million stimulus payments to the tune of $218.4 billion. Another 35 million checks are still waiting to
The coronavirus pandemic has altered the way Americans work. Many have lost their jobs. Others are dealing with reduced work schedules. This has led many to consider independent contractor and
The coronavirus pandemic has dramatically altered the way most businesses operate. From remote workforces to curbside pickup, the ability to adapt and be flexible is now essential for future success.
The new tax deadline is currently July 15, but there is a chance that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) could push it back to October 15, or even later. Due
In April, 20.5 million Americans lost their jobs and the unemployment rate soared to 14.7%, according the U.S Department of Labor. That’s the highest number of unemployed since the 1930s