Tax Update for Unemployment Recipients

IRS PROVIDES INFORMATION ON 2020 UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS The IRS has provided the following information regarding 2020 unemployment benefits and the 2021 tax filing season: Unemployment benefits A record number of Americans applied for unemployment compensation in 2020 due to the pandemic. Anyone who received unemployment benefits will need to report it on their tax returns. However, … Continue reading Tax Update for Unemployment Recipients

Freedom from complicated PPP loan forgiveness applications if your loan was <=$50K

The U.S. Small Business Administration, in consultation with Treasury, unveiled late in the evening of October 8 a simpler loan forgiveness application for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans of $50,000 or less.“The PPP has provided 5.2 million loans worth $525 billion to American small businesses, providing critical economic relief and supporting more than 51 million … Continue reading Freedom from complicated PPP loan forgiveness applications if your loan was <=$50K

Fight Procrastination Day! September 6th

September 6th was Fight Procrastination Day. Although we missed the opportunity to write something witty around the theme of procrastination, we want you to be proactive in keeping your personal and business finances in order. So, please make sure you meet these important tax deadlines if they apply to you or your business: September 15 … Continue reading Fight Procrastination Day! September 6th

A Time to Recover

I've had to take some time to process all that has transpired this past week. The emotions, the traumatic videos, the grief, the worry and the racist actions and comments on social media all weigh heavy on me and my family. I am a black woman, the mother of a black son and daughter and … Continue reading A Time to Recover

Join me at the Free Financial Wellness Seminar for Womxn September 12th in Philadelphia

Register for the FREE Financial wellness Seminar September 12th