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Paycheck Protection Program Gets One-Month Reprieve

The Paycheck Protection Program was slated to end on June 30, but a last-minute bill in Congress extended it until Aug. 8. Click through to find out what this means, and if any other changes are on the horizon.

Gig Economy and Taxes

The so-called gig economy may be the wave of the future for a substantial number of workers. There are lots of implications—especially regarding taxes. Click through for an introduction to how the IRS handles gig workers.

Physician Practices and Their Tax Issues

If you're a physician or run a physician's office, you need to know that sorting through all the tax issues can be a complex and time-consuming task. Click through for a quick overview so you can understand the basics.

A Business Bankruptcy: Helpful but Complex

Starting and running a business is hard, and there's no guarantee of long-term success. Sometimes, a bankruptcy is the only exit plan. Click through for an introduction to the key rules of business bankruptcy.

What Small Businesses Need To Know About Tax

Many common tax problems vexing small-business owners involve underpayment of taxes and poor record-keeping. Click through for an introduction to some basic rules, so you can make life easier for yourself.

Working at Home — the New Reality

Both businesses and workers have been ambivalent about telecommuting, but the pandemic may have forced everyone's hands. Click through for some insights into why, for many businesses, working from home may be the new normal.

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