What Can We Learn From Recessions Past?

Look, the economy has been weird for a while now. I can’t pretend to know exactly what’s going on or, more important, what will happen in the future, but I do know it’s unsettling to leave the grocery store wondering how the hell you just spent $40 on mediocre salad ingredients and some chicken. These are mysterious and confusing times, and I don’t have all the answers.

Based on history, things will probably get worse before they stabilize. The Fed is trying to fight inflation by raising interest rates — part of its job — which has had the unfortunate side effect of triggering recessions in the past. Of course, there are other ominous forces at play, too, like supply-chain problems and COVID and the war in Ukraine. No one can predict a recession for sure, but the odds are pretty high.

That’s scary to think about, especially considering that the last big recession (i.e., the Great one) cost millions of people their jobs and their homes. But the lessons from previous recessions can make the next one a little easier to handle, whenever it hits. (And not just “save more money,” although that undeniably helps those who can afford to do it.) I spoke to several financial experts about putting this moment in context, what to remind yourself of when things look hairy, and the mistakes to avoid.

Resist the urge to take drastic action.

When things feel precarious or a recession actually happens, it’s natural to want to do something — liquidate your 401(k), hoard beans, buy random stocks you read about online. Things are urgently bad, and you can’t just sit there! But actually, you probably should: “People tend to want to make big moves when they’re anxious, but it’s almost always better not to,” says Megan McCoy, a financial counselor and professor of financial planning at Kansas State University.

“No one makes great choices when they’re panicking, and economic scarcity is known for triggering irrational actions that don’t serve you best in the long run.” One example of this is the rush to buy homes, which started during the earliest days of the pandemic (technically, the last recession). “I spend a lot of time telling my clients, ‘No, don’t buy a house. Don’t buy an apartment. Stay put if you can — real estate is crazy right now,’” says Georgia Lee Hussey, a certified financial advisor and founder of Modernist Financial.

“They’re trying to anchor themselves to deal with their anxiety, which is completely understandable, but that doesn’t mean you should act on it.” A better way to channel that stress is to take stock of your spending. “The only thing you can really control right now is your cash flow from day to day,” she adds. “If you’re feeling pressured to act, get one of those tracking apps and gamify it for yourself. Knowing where all your money is going and seeing where you can save are good uses of that impulse.”

You may have to improvise.

I’ve written before about how to prepare for a recession, and it certainly helps to have an emergency fund to fall back on. But the truth is that most people don’t. If that’s you, now isn’t the time to beat yourself up about it.

“If job loss does occur, be ready to make adjustments and remember that they are temporary,” says Dr. Preston Cherry, a certified financial planner and head of the financial-planning program at the University of Wisconsin. “You can take an alternative job you may not be thrilled about or sell some belongings. You’re just filling the gap and managing the moment.”

I don’t want to minimize how difficult those things can be. During the Great Recession, I lost my job and, after doing some depressing temp work, eventually found a new position that wasn’t a great fit (I stayed for over a year because health insurance!). I don’t want to do that again, but there’s some comfort in knowing I could if I had to.

Beware the get-rich-quick schemes.

When people are nervous and desperate, they turn to the internet — where bizarre scams proliferate. “Especially at the beginning of the pandemic, when emotions were running high, I saw a lot of things online that were too good to be true,” says Dr. Cherry. “Some are more legitimate than others, but the important thing is that there’s no magic wand for making money.”

Some obvious examples: random cryptocurrencies and meme stocks, which, well, you know how that went. A similar thing happened in 2008, especially with scammers posing as government officers requesting financial information as a precondition for receiving tax refunds — and then opening credit cards in their names.

Even if you come across an “investment opportunity” that sounds aboveboard (and may be, technically), it’s usually not good to experiment with your money during a volatile time. You’re better off putting any funds you’ll need in the near future somewhere boring and safe where you can access them, Dr. Cherry adds.

Don’t be afraid to seize the moment.

No one wants to profit off widespread misfortune and economic suffering. But if you’re one of the lucky ones who can afford it, investing your long-term savings (read: not your emergency fund) in the market during a downturn can be extremely smart. “Putting money into mutual funds when the market is down — that’s the dream,” says McCoy. “It’s not sexy to buy stocks now, but during every recession, some people have made a ton of money by thinking big picture.”

Remember that the economy will recover.

When the economy takes a dive, it can seem as if our entire financial system is crumbling and we’ll be burning our worthless dollar bills to cook our food. And hey, maybe that will happen someday — but in the near future, it’s much more likely that things will bounce back.

That’s because recessions are, unfortunately, a normal part of how our economy functions. They have occurred about once or twice a decade for the past 70 years. And there’s no reason to think the next downturn will be an exceptionally painful one — like, say, 2008’s, which was the worst in almost a century.

“It’s easy to anchor our minds to the Great Recession and worry that things will get that bad again, but the economy is very different now, and there are a lot of promising signals,” says Dr. Cherry. “Not all recessions are created equal.”

This may not be a ton of comfort if you’re stressed about losing your job and taking care of yourself and your loved ones. But it is important to keep an eye on the bigger picture, which is that these downturns do pass.

Source: Lessons From Past Recessions

Critics:

Policymakers should take the lesson from the past two years that vigorous fiscal and monetary policy can boost income for most households and disproportionately for lower-income households and can speed economic recoveries. However, doing too much can have serious downsides that might be difficult to mitigate.

Macroeconomic support for an economy deep in recession with many underused resources can increase output and employment with little effect on inflation. But as the economy gets closer to its capacity, additional macroeconomic support will feed increasingly into inflation instead of improvements in output and employment. Going forward, the magnitude and timing of the response should be improved through more automatic stabilizers, and the targeting of the response should be as well. The good news is such responses can be implemented efficiently if policies are developed in advance of a crisis.

It is important to draw lessons not just from what happened, but also from what did not happen during the COVID-19 recession: for example, there was no financial crisis in the United States or worldwide. The initial, robust response by monetary policy-makers was critical to keeping the financial sector on an even keel. Better preparation in the form of more robust and stress-tested balance sheets for banks prior to the recession also helped.

The preexisting social safety net is inadequate in the face of recessions: it is not generous enough and has too many gaps, which is why it needed to be supplemented by policy action both in the Great Recession and to a much greater degree in the COVID-19 recession. Additional automatic stabilizers are likely part of the answer but are unlikely to be sufficient to avoid the need for well-timed and wise discretionary fiscal responses in the future.

It is still not clear what policies would work better in the United States to lessen the impact of a GDP decline on employment and preserve worker attachment to their employers. Job retention schemes were heavily utilized in European countries compared to state-based work sharing programs in the U.S.—these programs should be explored in greater detail for future downturns.

Related contents:

Economy Is at Risk of Recession by a Force Hiding in Plain Sight The New York Times

12:25
12:21
U.S. Retail Sales up 1% in June, easing fears of a recession Newsy

21:30 Fri, 15 JulUS Economy Business (US) Economy
20:34 Fri, 15 JulNasdaq US Economy Business (US)

More Remote Working Apps:

https://dealcheck.io?fp_ref=armin16   Dealcheck Real Estate Analyzer

https://quintexcapital.com/?ref=arminham     Quintex Capital

https://www.genesis-mining.com/a/2535466   Genesis Mining

 http://www.bevtraders.com/?ref=arminham   BevTraders

https://www.litefinance.com/?uid=929237543  LiteTrading

https://jvz8.com/c/202927/369164  prime stocks

  https://jvz3.com/c/202927/361015  content gorilla

  https://jvz8.com/c/202927/366443  stock rush  

 https://jvz1.com/c/202927/373449  forrk   

https://jvz3.com/c/202927/194909  keysearch  

 https://jvz4.com/c/202927/296191  gluten free   

https://jvz1.com/c/202927/286851  diet fitness diabetes  

https://jvz8.com/c/202927/213027  writing job  

 https://jvz6.com/c/202927/108695  postradamus

https://jvz1.com/c/202927/372094  stoodaio

 https://jvz4.com/c/202927/358049  profile mate  

 https://jvz6.com/c/202927/279944  senuke  

 https://jvz8.com/c/202927/54245   asin   

https://jvz8.com/c/202927/370227  appimize

 https://jvz8.com/c/202927/376524  super backdrop

 https://jvz6.com/c/202927/302715  audiencetoolkit

 https://jvz1.com/c/202927/375487  4brandcommercial

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/375358  talkingfaces

 https://jvz6.com/c/202927/375706  socifeed

 https://jvz2.com/c/202927/184902  gaming jobs

 https://jvz6.com/c/202927/88118   backlinkindexer

 https://jvz1.com/c/202927/376361  powrsuite  

https://jvz3.com/c/202927/370472  tubeserp  

https://jvz4.com/c/202927/343405  PR Rage  

https://jvz6.com/c/202927/371547  design beast  

https://jvz3.com/c/202927/376879  commission smasher

 https://jvz2.com/c/202927/376925  MT4Code System

https://jvz6.com/c/202927/375959  viral dash

https://jvz1.com/c/202927/376527  coursova

 https://jvz4.com/c/202927/144349  fanpage

https://jvz1.com/c/202927/376877  forex expert  

https://jvz6.com/c/202927/374258  appointomatic

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/377003  woocommerce

https://jvz6.com/c/202927/377005  domainname

 https://jvz8.com/c/202927/376842  maxslides

https://jvz8.com/c/202927/376381  ada leadz

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/333637  eyeslick

https://jvz1.com/c/202927/376986  creaitecontentcreator

https://jvz4.com/c/202927/376095  vidcentric

https://jvz1.com/c/202927/374965  studioninja

https://jvz6.com/c/202927/374934  marketingblocks

https://jvz3.com/c/202927/372682  clipsreel  

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/372916  VideoEnginePro

https://jvz1.com/c/202927/144577  BarclaysForexExpert

https://jvz8.com/c/202927/370806  Clientfinda

https://jvz3.com/c/202927/375550  Talkingfaces

https://jvz1.com/c/202927/370769  IMSyndicator

https://jvz6.com/c/202927/283867  SqribbleEbook

https://jvz8.com/c/202927/376524  superbackdrop

https://jvz8.com/c/202927/376849  VirtualReel

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/369837  MarketPresso

https://jvz1.com/c/202927/342854  voiceBuddy

https://jvz6.com/c/202927/377211  tubeTargeter

https://jvz6.com/c/202927/377557  InstantWebsiteBundle

https://jvz6.com/c/202927/368736  soronity

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/337292  DFY Suite 3.0 Agency+ information

https://jvz8.com/c/202927/291061  VideoRobot Enterprise

https://jvz8.com/c/202927/327447  Klippyo Kreators

https://jvz8.com/c/202927/324615  ChatterPal Commercial

https://jvz8.com/c/202927/299907  WP GDPR Fix Elite Unltd Sites

https://jvz8.com/c/202927/328172  EngagerMate

https://jvz3.com/c/202927/342585  VidSnatcher Commercial

https://jvz3.com/c/202927/292919  myMailIt

https://jvz3.com/c/202927/320972  Storymate Luxury Edition

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/320466  iTraffic X – Platinum Edition

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/330783  Content Gorilla One-time

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/301402  Push Button Traffic 3.0 – Brand New

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/321987  SociCake Commercial

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/289944  The Internet Marketing

 https://jvz2.com/c/202927/297271  Designa Suite License

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/310335  XFUNNELS FE Commercial 

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/291955  ShopABot

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/312692  Inboxr

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/343635  MediaCloudPro 2.0 – Agency

 https://jvz2.com/c/202927/353558  MyTrafficJacker 2.0 Pro+

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/365061  AIWA Commercial

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/357201  Toon Video Maker Premium

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/351754  Steven Alvey’s Signature Series

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/344541  Fade To Black

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/290487  Adsense Machine

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/315596  Diddly Pay’s DLCM DFY Club

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/355249  CourseReel Professional

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/309649  SociJam System

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/263380  360Apps Certification

 https://jvz2.com/c/202927/359468  LocalAgencyBox

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/377557  Instant Website Bundle

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/377194  GMB Magic Content

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/376962  PlayerNeos VR

https://jvz8.com/c/202927/381812/  BrandElevate Bundle information

https://jvz4.com/c/202927/381807/ BrandElevate Ultimate

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/381556/ WowBackgraounds Plus

https://jvz4.com/c/202927/381689/  Your3DPal Ultimate

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/380877/  BigAudio Club Fast Pass

https://jvz3.com/c/202927/379998/ Podcast Masterclass

https://jvz3.com/c/202927/366537/  VideoGameSuite Exclusive

https://jvz8.com/c/202927/381148/ AffiliateMatic

https://jvzoo.com/c/202927/381179  YTSuite Advanced

https://jvz1.com/c/202927/381749/  Xinemax 2.0 Commercial

https://jvzoo.com/c/202927/382455  Living An Intentional Life

https://jvzoo.com/c/202927/381812  BrandElevate Bundle

https://jvzoo.com/c/202927/381935 Ezy MultiStores

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/381194/  DFY Suite 4.0 Agency

https://jvzoo.com/c/202927/381761  ReVideo

https://jvz4.com/c/202927/381976/  AppOwls Bundle

https://jvz8.com/c/202927/381950/  TrafficForU

https://jvz3.com/c/202927/381615/  WOW Backgrounds 2.0

https://jvz4.com/c/202927/381560   ALL-in-One HD Stock Bundle

https://jvz6.com/c/202927/382326/   Viddeyo Bundle

https://jvz8.com/c/202927/381617/  The Forex Joustar

https://jvz3.com/c/202927/384044/   ADA Web Accessibility Compliance 

https://jvz3.com/c/202927/383942/  10 Bold Actions In Positive Life & Work

https://jvz3.com/c/202927/383700/   Adtivate Agency

https://jvz1.com/c/202927/384099/   My Passive Income Blueprints

https://jvz3.com/c/202927/329145/  Content Tool Kit

https://jvz6.com/c/202927/382663/    ReviewReel

https://jvz3.com/c/202927/383940/    QR Verse Bundle

https://jvz4.com/c/202927/379307/    VIADZ Ad Template

https://jvz2.com/c/202927/383051/    EngageYard Ad Creator

https://jvz4.com/c/202927/381011/   Videevolve

https://jvz4.com/c/202927/383751/  Local Leader Bundle

 

 

Tax Refund Chart Can Help You Guess When You’ll Receive Your Money In 2021

Hear that? It’s the sound of millions of taxpayers cheering across the country: the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has announced the open of the tax filing season. That date is February 12, 2021.

If you want to get your refund as fast as possible, the IRS recommends that you e-file your tax return and use direct deposit (be sure to double-check those account numbers before you send your return). If you file by paper, it will take longer. According to the IRS, eight out of 10 taxpayers get their refunds by using direct deposit.

Assuming no delays, here are my best guesses for expected tax refunds based on filing dates and information from the IRS. I can’t stress enough that these are simply educated guesses. I like math and charts as much as the next girl, but there are a number of factors that could affect your tax refund (keep reading)

PROMOTED Civic Nation BrandVoice | Paid Program The Role Of A Mentor Grads of Life BrandVoice | Paid Program How Reimagining Employment Practices Can Advance Racial Justice UNICEF USA BrandVoice | Paid Program UNICEF-Supported Vaccinators Won’t Stop Until They Eradicate Polio In Afghanistan

refund chart
KPE

* No matter when you filed your tax return, if you claimed the EITC or the ACTC, don’t forget to take into consideration that hold date.

My numbers are based on an expected IRS receipt date beginning on the open of tax season, February 12, 2021, through the close of tax season on April 15, 2021. To keep the chart manageable, I’ve assumed the IRS received your e-filed tax return on the first business day of the week; that’s usually a Monday, but if there’s a holiday (like President’s Day), I’ve skipped ahead until Tuesday. The same logic holds true for issuing refunds. In reality, the IRS issues tax refunds throughout the week, so the date could move forward or backward depending on the day your return was received.

MORE FOR YOU

McConnell Blocks Trump’s, Democrats’ Bid To Increase Stimulus Checks To $2,0005 Mistakes To Avoid With Retirement Account Beneficiary SelectionsTrump May Not Sign Stimulus Bill Without $2,000 Stimulus Checks; Here’s What Could Happen Next

Other sites may have different numbers but remember they’re just guessing, too: The IRS no longer makes their tax refund processing chart public.

Do not rely on any tax refund chart—this one included—for date-specific planning like a large purchase or a paying back a loan. 

Remember that if you claim the earned-income tax credit (EITC) and the additional child tax credit (ACTC), the IRS must wait until February 15 to begin issuing refunds to taxpayers who claim the EITC or the ACTC (that’s pretty close to the start date). Don’t forget to consider regular processing times for banks and factor in weekends and the President’s Day holiday. The IRS expects to see tax refunds begin reaching those claiming EITC and ACTC during the first week of March for those who file electronically with direct deposit and there are no issues with their tax returns.

If you want to get your tax refund as fast as possible, the IRS recommends that you e-file your tax return and use direct deposit. Keep in mind that if you e-file, the day that the IRS accepts your return may not be the day that you hit send or give the green light to your preparer. Check your e-filing confirmation for the actual date that the IRS accepts your return.

If you file by paper, it will take longer. Processing times can take more than four to six weeks in the best of times (and these are not the best of times) since the IRS has to manually input data. Don’t forget about postal holidays, too, when counting on the mail. There’s just one official postal holiday during tax season, Monday, February 15 (President’s Day), and one that follows just after tax season, Monday, May 31 (Memorial Day).

Even if you request direct deposit, you may still receive a paper check. Since 2014, the IRS has limited the number of refunds that can be deposited into a single account or applied to a prepaid debit card to three. Taxpayers who exceed the limit will instead receive a paper check. Additionally, the IRS will only issue a refund by direct deposit into an account in your own name, your spouse’s name or both if it’s a joint account. If there’s an issue with the account, the IRS will send a paper check.

If you’re looking for more information about the timing of your tax refund, don’t reach out to your tax professional. Instead, the IRS encourages you to use the “Get Refund Status” tool. Have your Social security number or ITIN, filing status and exact refund amount handy. Refund updates should appear 24 hours after your e-filing has been accepted or four weeks after you mailed your paper return. The IRS expect that the refund tool will be updated for those claiming EITC and ACTC, beginning on February 22, 2021. Otherwise, the IRS updates the site once per day, usually overnight, so there’s no need to check more than once during the day.

If you’re looking for tax information on the go, you can check your refund status with IRS2Go, the official mobile app of the IRS. The app includes a tax refund status tracker.

Remember that the IRS will not contact you by phone or by email regarding your refund. If you receive a call from someone claiming to be from the IRS or a debt collection agency regarding your tax refund, hang up immediately: it is a scam. Follow me on Twitter or LinkedIn. Check out my website

Kelly Phillips Erb

Kelly Phillips Erb Years ago, I found myself sitting in law school in Moot Court wearing an oversized itchy blue suit. It was a horrible experience. In a desperate attempt to avoid anything like that in the future, I enrolled in a tax course. I loved it. I signed up for another. Before I knew it, in addition to my JD, I earned an LL.M Taxation. While at law school, I interned at the estates attorney division of the IRS. At IRS, I participated in the review and audit of federal estate tax returns. At one such audit, opposing counsel read my report, looked at his file and said, “Gentlemen, she’s exactly right.” I nearly fainted. It was a short jump from there to practicing, teaching, writing and breathing tax. Just like that, Taxgirl® was born.

.

Gregg Learning

Once the tax liability has been determined, we must consider the final three items in income tax preparation: tax credits, other taxes, and payments. When an overpayment occurs, the taxpayer has the option of receiving a refund or applying the amount of the overpayment to next year’s estimated tax.

.

More Contents:

SimplyNoted Integrates with PropertyRadar http://www.propertyradar.com – Today[…] Property type Owner occupied Transaction volume per month Estimated equity Assessed value Estimated tax rate More Between the criteria you select to build your lists and the deep insights you get fo […]1

Thoughts on the Beginning by Al Sikes talbotspy.org – Today[…] faced by small businesses, I also noted how big businesses operate within a framework of tax advantage. They retain a variety of international experts to help them minimize taxes. Tax specialists guide them through the intricacies of reduction as they move manufacturing, sales […] intricacies of reduction as they move manufacturing, sales, distribution and even headquarters to tax-advantaged locations. President Biden is recommending a corporate tax increase going from 21% to 28%. Specific tax thresholds can get very complicated and are well beyond these several paragraphs […]0

WeekWatch – 25_01_2021 | St. James’s Place Wealth Management partnership.sjp.co.uk – Today[…] ahead, there are some fears that the chancellor’s rumoured plans to hike the main rate of corporate tax could dampen the recovery […]6

Hydropower Provisions Included in 2021 Appropriations Bill | Troutman Pepper – JDSupra http://www.jdsupra.com – Today[…] Next, the Act extends the production tax credit (PTC) and investment tax credit (ITC) in lieu of PTC through January 1, 2022 at existing rates […]0

WeekWatch – 25_01_2021 | St. James’s Place Wealth Management http://www.hjpcfp.com – Today[…] ahead, there are some fears that the chancellor’s rumoured plans to hike the main rate of corporate tax could dampen the recovery […]0

Investments and Insurance – Popular Private Client – Popular Bank http://www.popularbank.com – Today[…] the benefits of your employer-sponsored plans, a 401(k), 403(b), or 457, and tapping into the other tax-advantaged plans such as IRAs and small business retirement plans, is one of the best ways t […] Not all tax advantages may be available to you […] as they relate to your individual retirement accounts, should be reviewed with your professional tax advisor […]28

— Are financial savings and insurance products safe… cmsgroupca.tumblr.com – Today[…] Tax-free savings account The tax-free savings account is an occupied or seizable savings product, regardless of the kind o […] The people who have a justifiable social insurance number to set money apart from tax-free throughout their lifetime. The benefaction of a tax-free savings account is not conclusive for income tax purposes […]0

Saudi sovereign wealth fund to invest billions to tackle soaring joblessness http://www.middleeasteye.net – Today[…] pandemic and a drop in oil prices prompted the top crude exporter to triple its value-added tax and suspend a monthly allowance to civil servants to rein in a ballooning budget deficit […]0

Thomas Azzara on LinkedIn: Google has no office, no staff and little more than a plain PO Box http://www.linkedin.com – Today[…] ; “We are pleased to tell you that our examination of your tax return(s) for above periods shows no change is necessary in the tax reported.” – Lowrery / Chief Examination Division/IRS (tax reported was 0$) (IRS audit was for Thomas Azzara) Google’s PO Box in Bermuda […] They probably have several companies in Bermuda – a no tax haven. Trade stocks tax-free (Capital Gains Taxes) OK under the Internal Revenue Code for foreign companies […]0

Save The Poudre – Help us save the Poudre from the NISP/Glade Reservoir http://www.savethepoudre.org – Today[…]  If you can afford $100 or $250 or more, that’s great too! All donations are tax deductible Please donate on our website at: http://www […] ” The memo reminds the City Council that the citizens of Fort Collins tax themselves to buy these Natural Areas, most recently by a city-wide vote in 2014 with 82 […] All donations are tax deductible Please donate on our website at: http://www […]49

Strength * Rose Quartz, Aquamarine, Moonstone & Carnelian – crystal-point-gems.com – Today[…] 00 Tax included […]0

School choice legislation on the fast track myemail.constantcontact.com – Today[…] the “Missouri Empowerment Scholarship Accounts Program” and specifies that any taxpayer may claim a tax credit, not to exceed 50% of the taxpayer’s state tax liability, for any qualifying contribution to an educational assistance organization for all tax years beginning on or after July 1, 2022. The cumulative amount of tax credits issued in any one calendar year shall not exceed $50 million […]0

Medicare Advantage Plans (Medicare Part C) | James DeMinno CPA http://www.deminno.tax – Today[…] The information in this material is not intended as tax or legal advice. It may not be used for the purpose of avoiding any federal tax penalties. Please consult legal or tax professionals for specific information regarding your individual situation […]0

OMG: The Right Is Trying to Turn Insurrectionist Snowflake Josh Hawley Into a Free Speech `Martyr’ http://www.dailykos.com – Today[…] that the job of the Republican Party to team up with corporate America to force deregulation and tax cuts on the public […]0

Advancing Innovation to Make the U.S. More Globally Competitive spark.adobe.com – TodayTax Policy Tax policy not only helps drive competitiveness, but is an effective tool to support economic growth […] maintains an internationally competitive tax system, including a competitive and fiscally responsible corporate tax rate. Policymakers also have the opportunity to leverage tax policy to promote growth in high-skilled, highly paid jobs, including by supporting innovation an […] certainty for businesses worldwide and turn the tide against the proliferation of unilateral tax measures that contravene key international tax policy norms and impact the competitiveness of U […]0

Janet Yellen’s Senate confirmation vote to be treasury secretary set for Monday – CBS News http://www.cbsnews.com – Today[…] Yellen on a number of her positions, particularly in the tax policy arena, but she has committed to us that she will work with us on these issues and th […]0

Rémi Belliveau on Lost Classics of Acadian Disco and Rock ’n’ Roll – canadianart.ca – Today[…] When she replies that she’s not only Acadian, but also a proud tax-paying (my terminology) Québécoise (she’d been living in Montreal for almost 20 years by that time) […]43

“It Ain’t Over Till It’s Over” – Newsroom – About.usps.com about.usps.com – Today[…] The Postal Service receives no tax dollars for operating expenses and relies on the sale of postage, products and services to fund its […]15

PSW Tax Coffee Chat – 2020 Tax Relief Bill – Cvent | Online Registration by Cvent events-meetings.kpmg.com – TodayLegal | Privacy © 2021 KPMG LLP, a Delaware limited liability partnership and a member firm of the KPMG global organization of independent member firms affiliated with KPMG International Limited, a private English company limited by guarantee. All rights reserved. For more detail about the structure of the KPMG global organization, please visit https://home.kpmg/xx/en/home/misc/governance.html.N/A

Security Summit Alert: New Two-Stage Email Scheme Targets Tax Professionals | Internal Revenue Service http://www.irs.gov – Today[…] 11, 2017 WASHINGTON – The Internal Revenue Service, state tax agencies and tax industry leaders today warned tax professionals to be alert to an email scam from cybercriminals posing as clients soliciting thei […] The tax professional may think they are downloading a potential client’s tax information or accessing a site with the potential client’s tax information […]5

Samoa: Staff Concluding Statement of the 2021 Article IV Mission HTML File http://www.marketscreener.com – Today[…] The surplus in FY2020 was driven by a favorable outturn in tax revenue collection owing to improved tax compliance in advance of the phased rollout of the Tax Invoicing Management System (TIMS) […] through revenue mobilization over the medium term: A holistic approach will be needed by improving tax compliance, increasing excises (e.g., alcohol and tobacco), and broadening the VAT tax base in light of a gradual revenue loss expected from the PACER-Plus agreement […]0

HMRC waives penalty for late filing of self-assessments http://www.bbc.co.uk – Today[…] The tax agency said more than 8.9 million customers have already filed their tax returns. However, taxpayers are still required to pay their tax bills by 31 January […] However, they will need to file their 2019-2020 tax return first. People who have tax bills over £30,000, or who need longer than 12 months to pay their bill, are advised to call HMRC […]0

Money Management – Webster First Federal Credit Union http://www.websterfirst.com – Today[…] more Search by keyword or amount, or filter by account and date to quickly find specific entries Tax deductible transactions can be marked throughout the year and filtered for easy access come tax time               Keep track of spending and set budgets Use a visualization of spendin […]0

HOT JOBS & COOL JOBS: RN/LPN CHARGE NURSE 10PM 630AM 5000 SIGN ON BONUS BIRMINGHAM AL USA http://www.e-physician.info – Today[…]  Pay package is based on 12 hour shifts and 36 hours per week (subject to confirmation) with tax  […]  Pay package is based on 12 hour shifts and 36 hours per week (subject to confirmation) with tax  […]0

Paychex | Paychex-IFA Empower Hour pages.paychex.com – Today[…] of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), changes to the employee retention and paid leave tax credits, and more […]

%d bloggers like this: